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The Spread of New Ideas

QuestionAnswer
public school a school supported by taxes
dame schools school that women opened in their homes to teach boys and girls to write
Anne Bradstreet First Colonial Poet
Phillis Wheatley A slave who was educated by her owners. Published first poem at 14. America's first poet of African descent.
Ben Franklin Best loved colonial writer. Started newspaper in Philadelphia, Pensylvania Gazette. Most widely reqad paper in conolnies. Discovered electicity, invented llibrary, fire dept., bifocals, stove
Jonathan Edwards Massachusetts preacher asked people to comit lives to God. Helped spread Great Awakening
natural rights rights that belong to every human from birth
Divine rights the beliefs that monarchs get the authority to rue directly from God
separation of powers division of the power of government into separate branches
Created by: apetosa