reform movement

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transcendentalism

a religious movement that came in the late 1820 and 30s in the eastern region of the united states.it was a protest against the state of spirituality at Harvard university.

brook farm community

Brook Farm Association for Industry and Education was a utopian experiment in communal living in the United States in the 1840s. it was founded by former Unitarian minister George Ripley and his wife Sophia Ripley at the Ellis Farm in West Roxbury, Massachusetts. Each member could choose to do whatever work they found most appealing and After its failure most of the buildings at Brook Farm eventually burned down.

utopian movement

the Utopian Movement was a time period during American History when people with radical views started to create their own perfect communities. These were called Utopian Colonies, or perfect little communities. However most of them were unsuccessful and died out after a few years for various reasons. Some examples of these colonies were Brook Farm New Harmony and Shakers.

noah webster

He was a pioneer in this science. An American Dictionary of the English Language 2 volumes 1828. Many Americans today have a Webster Dictionary in their homes. It is still the most popular dictionary in the United States.he was lexicographer, textbook pioneer, English spelling reformer, political writer, editor, and prolific author.

washington irving

Washington Irving 1783-1859 has often been called the Father of American Literature.He is thought of, for instance, as the first American writer to make his living primarily through his creative work, and he is the first American acclaimed by the English literary establishment as worthy of recognition.he was th the first literary humorist.he was also the first to use history for entertainment.