Native Americans would not have called this "The Era of Good Feelings." They would not called it this because Americans were pushing them out of there land. They would have to keep moving every single time someone would come and take their land. "They kept moving west." They would not stop taking land. The women back in that time could have not liked it too, they didn't have as much rights as others. Slaves had it tough too, "They would not have wife, children and no rights." (pg376)
So what its like to be an american in the 1800s was peaceful many people enjoined it. The music was beautiful we got are country anthem. The art showed how proud they were of our country. Politics was about who was president and the wars that was happening. Literature tolled stories that described their life. So i decided to have this photo because it shows what some women wore back then mostly rich people wore this or people who had lots of money and could afford good clothes.
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