The music of early America was new and fascinating to most Americans. The first type of music was classical music. The music originated from Europe and was very popular for many Americans. This music was danced to by both men and women. Another type of music was square dances. This music told people in the lyrics what to do in the dance or song. The next popular type of music was ministerial songs. This type of music mimicked slave songs. The last popular type of music in the era of good feelings was spiritual. This music was played by violin, drum and banjo. This music now would be considered folk music.
Early american literature was one of the most popular things in the 1800's. Which is also popular today. Washington Irvin was a author of many books in the era of good feelings. His most famous book was Rip Van Winkle. This book was based german folktale. Next is James Fenimore Cooper. He was also an author, but he was famous for stories of settlers moving west and facing dangeros situations. One of the most famous americans ever was Davy Crockett. He told stories of his own life stories as a hunter, scout, soilder and explorer. Finnaly, there was Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. He was known for the song of hihawortha, a book about american indians. " You may go to hell, i'll go to texas" --Davy Crockett.
Some people may agure that the early 1800's was not the era of good feelings. Slavery was still around, the war of 1812 and the constant battles with the natives made america a stressfull place to live in. However, there was more good then bad that came out of the era of good feelings. Many americans would most likely say that it was the era of good feelings." I know america to always be in the era of good feelings ( execpt the great depression) " Fredrick Reines"
In conclusion, the early 1800s was the era of good feelings in america. Art, politics, literature and music began to blown. Adventures west brought new adventures to all setlers accros the nation.