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Chapter 6 Thanks to Thien
Mr. Temple's US History

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Colonists hated the privileges that accompanied “noble” birth George Washington’s Society of the Cincinnati were rejected as “hereditary peerage” Laws of primogeniture (being the first born) and entail were outlawed Westerners fought for more equality, centralized state capitals State churches were disestablished Quaker John Woolman urged the abolition Standards about slavery were openly discussed Natural rights seemed to contradict slavery The accomplishments of Phyllis Wheatley were celebrated who was a former slave lived in Boston He published a volume of poetry in 1773 Benjamin Banneker was also highly accomplished as a writer, city planner, scientist He published a well-known almanac Exchanged letters with Thomas Jefferson

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