In Boston there were two religious groups that were having similar moral and religious reform movements in the early nineteenth century. The Evangelicals and the Unitarians has many similarities in their doctrine and had many of the same motives in their reform movements. The overlapping views of Evangelicals and Unitarians in Boston lead to religious […]
The population of Boston grew from 25,000 people to a quarter of a million people throughout the 19th century. As the population size changed, the number of elites in the city changed as well. As the 19th century went on, the new generations of elites created more of a cultural and class effort than their […]
This excerpt describes the process government organizations merged with grassroots movements to build playgrounds in Boston.