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  • Religious Efforts
  • South
  • North
  • Charles Finney: Finally the government will let me spend all my rich plantation owning money to support my church with the new concept of voluntarism, they even let my wife work in the church instead of encouraging social activism and suffrage.
  • Educational Reform Movement
  • The south is finally becoming somewhere worth living now that we are considered to be the bible belt with all this denomination growth and enlightenment ideals from Jefferson and Mason. Ever since the prevention of an established church and the impact of the 2nd great awakening (CUL) life's been great in the south.
  • North
  • We're better than the south
  • Abigail: Well in the north boys and girls attend school and the private colleges are being funded by churches
  • South
  • What's 1+1 ?
  • Horace Mann was a member of the Massachussetts Board who was identified with the Common School Movement. Mann believed that education was a childs "natural right" (WOR).
  • Both girls and boys attended "dame schools". (Kindegartens today) Private colleges funded by the church were opened The Troy Female Seminary was created in Troy, NY by Emma Willard which aimed to teach woman. Very few boys and almost no girls went to secondary school. College was reserved for the wealthy.
  • Population was more dispersed in the South than the north(MIG). It was difficult to find enough children in one area to justify a school(GEO). The south did not have a tradition of public education to build on. They believed that education was a private manner and not a concern for the state.
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