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American Cycles 1820s
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21 star flag of 1819 includes the state of Florida. 23 star flag of 1820 includes Alabama & Maine.
24 star flag of 1822 includes Missouri.

This Overview is a brief look at the time and the influence of Cycles. Significant events from each year are noted along with the position of the Cycles to show how history is moving in Rhythm. Enjoy the walk through history.

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The overall energy of the 1820s was moderately High.  However, the Physical Cycle was low throughout the decade as it ended its 3rd Quarter of Review in 1824 and went into 4th Quarter Alternatives for the rest of the decade. The Emotional Cycle was High, having peaked in 1820, and remained high in 2nd Quarter Improvement until the Downward Emotional Crossover of 1829/30. The Intellectual Cycle was High and in 1st Quarter Foundation until it reached a Peak in 1830.


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  March 21, 1950 -
  March 21, 1951
 
1820: In classic Physical 3rd Quarter Review, Congress made slave trading and act of piracy punishable by death.  The Emotional High saw Southern Chivalry arise in literature in the 1820.  In this Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation John Gorham published the 2-volume "Elements of Chemical Science" which served as the standard textbook for years..
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  March 21, 1951 -
  March 21, 1952
 
1821: Connecticut rescinded the property voting requirement in the Physical 3rd Quarter Review. The first women's seminary appeared in this Emotional High with Troy Female Seminary in New York. The Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation brought the first high school in the US, established in Boston, Massachusetts.
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  March 21, 1952 -
  March 21, 1953
 
1822: Football was prohibited at Yale and violators were reported & fined in this Physical Low. The Emo-Intellectual High was reflected in literature with the romantic treatment of American Indians by works like "ontwa, Son of the Forest" by Henry Whiting, and by the romantic sea adventure, "The Pilot" by James Fennimore Cooper that became a best-seller. Hobart College was established in Geneva, New York in this Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation.
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  March 21, 1953 -
  March 21, 1954
 
1823: With the Physical Low came the Monroe Doctrine that marked a withdrawal to defensive positions of US. The In 1823 African American women appeared on stage for the first time as Edwin Forrest appeared in blackface as Ruban in a farce by Sol Smith, “Tailor in Distress”  in this Emotional High. Charles J. Ingersoll defended American culture against the criticism of British Intellectuals in his address before the American Philosophical Society in this Intellectual High.
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  March 21, 1784 -
  March 21, 1785
 
1824: As a result of the 1824/25 Congressional elections, Federalists disappeared and Republicans split during this Physical 4th Quarter Alternatives. American Sunday School Union was established in Philadelphia during the Emotional High to promote and coordinate Sunday school activity. America's first school of science and engineering opened in the Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation and would be called Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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  March 21, 1955 -
  March 21, 1956
 
1825: In the Physical 4th Quarter Alternatives Robert Owen pioneered a utopian experiment as an alternative community at New Harmony, Indiana. The Hudson River School of Painting romanticized landscapes in this Emotional High. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow published many of his early poems were published in the “United State Literary Gazette”  in this Emotional High - Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation.
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  March 21, 1956 -
  March 21, 1957
 
1826: Despite President Adam's request, Congress would only allowed US representatives to attend the Panama Congress as observers, not consultants, as America was less likely seek active involvement in foreign affairs in the Physical Low. During this Emotional High American Home Missionary Society formed. The American Lyceum & Millbury Lyceum Number 1 were established in this Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation.
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  March 21, 1957 -
  March 21, 1958
 
1827: The Physical 4th Quarter Alternatives effected religion as Orthodox & Hicksite Quakers varied as did Old & New School Presbyterians in 1827/28. Mardi-Gras Celebrations began in New Orleans, Louisiana in this Emotional High. Joseph Henry invented the electromagnet during this Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation.
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  March 21, 1958 -
  March 21, 1959
 
1828: The first recorded strike of textile factory workers failed in New Jersey in this Physical Low. 1828 The Democratic Party formed this year, and the National Republican Party began in 1829 amid these Emotional 1st Quarter FoundationNoah Webster published "American Dictionary of the English Language" which defined many characteristics of  American English language in this Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation.
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  March 21, 1959 -
  March 21, 1960
 
1829: New York Workingmen's Party formed this year and demanded a reduction of the work day to ten hours and other alleviations such as non-imprisonment for debt in a move toward lessened hardship and enforcement on workers in the Physical Low. Senator Samuel A. Foot introduced a resolution for temporary restrictions on the sales of western public land sales which proved to be a move that would grow into the Webster-Hayne debate over states' rights and federal sovereignty in the Emotional Downward Crossover of 1829/30. Jacob Bigelow coined "Technology" and published "The Elements of Technology" that set precedents in the Intellectual 1st Quarter Foundation.