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The Triumph of Nationalism/The House Dividing
Topic: Culture of the Common ManTopic: Cult of DomesticityTopic: ReligionTopic: ExpansionTopic: America in 1850
Topic: Culture of the Common Man
Overview of Triumph of Nationalism
Resource Menu: Culture of the Common Man
Text 1. Andrew Jackson
Text 2. Mark Twain
Text 3. Thomas W. Dorr
Text 4. Mechanics/Workers
Text 5. Richard Allen and David Walker
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Text 6. Nathaniel Hawthorne
Text 7. James Fenimore Cooper
Text 8. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Text 9. John C. Calhoun
Text 10. Walt Whitman


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5.  Richard Allen, selection from Confession of John Joyce, 1808

Richard Allen

 David Walker, excerpts from David Walker's Appeal, 1830

David Walker's Appeal
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Allen:
http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/pds/triumphnationalism/
cman/text5/allen.pdf


Walker:
http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/pds/triumphnationalism/
cman/text5/walker.pdf


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Resources from PBS site, Africans in America
-   Biography of Richard Allen

-   Richard Allen in Walker's Appeal

-   Biography of Walker



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