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Reformers-100 This famous conductor made 19 trips on the Underground Railroad and had $40,000 reward for her capture Who is Harriet Tubman? BACK
Reformers-200 This was a former slave that wrote an autobiography that described the horrors of slavery Who is Frederick Douglass? BACK
Reformers-300 This woman fought for womens rights and organized the Seneca Falls Convention Who is Elizabeth Cady Stanton? BACK
Reformers-400 This person helped to reform prisons and the care of the mentally ill Who is Dorothea Dix? BACK
Reformers-500 This person helped to reform education Who is Horace Mann? BACK
Pioneers-100 This group went west to trap beavers for the fur trade Who are the Mountain Men? BACK
Pioneers-200 This group went west to flee religious persecution Who are the Mormons? BACK
Pioneers-300 This groups legacy was to popularize settling in the Oregon Territory Who are the missionaries? BACK
Pioneers-400 This group expected to strike it rich in California Who are the Forty-Niners? BACK
Pioneers-500 This groups legacy was proving there was no Northwest Passage Who are the explorers? (Lewis and Clark) BACK
Events-100 This treaty gave the U.S. control of Florida What is the Adams-Onís Treaty? BACK
Events-200 This event came to a conclusion with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo What is the Mexican-American War? BACK
Events-300 This religious event caused people to want to reform society to make it better What is the Second Great Awakening? BACK
Events-400 The Red River Basin was ceded to the U.S. at this event What is the Convention of 1818? BACK
Events-500 The Declaration of Sentiments was signed here What is the Seneca Falls Convention? BACK
Terms-100 This term refers to the belief that the U.S. should expand to the Pacific What is Manifest Destiny? BACK
Terms-200 This term refers to the banning of slavery What is abolition? BACK
Terms-300 This term refers to the movement that worked toward the banning of alcohol consumption What is temperance? BACK
Terms-400 This prevented the discussion of slavery and prohibited the reading of slavery petitions in Congress What is the gag rule? BACK
Terms-500 This term refers to what reformers argued prisoners should go through while in jail What is rehabilitation? BACK
Land Acquisitions-100 This territory doubled the size of the U.S. What is the Louisiana Territory? BACK
Land Acquisitions-200 This territory was gained in order to have good land for railroad out west What is the Gadsden Purchase? BACK
Land Acquisitions-300 This territory was split in half with the U.S. and Britain What is the Oregon Territory? BACK
Land Acquistions-400 This territory was added to the U.S. 10 years after it won its independence from Mexico What is Texas? BACK
Land Acquistions-500 This territory was gained from Spain What is the Florida Territory? BACK
Wild-100 This group of people suffered from a famine in their homeland which caused them to immigrate to the U.S. Who are the Irish? BACK
Wild-200 This idea popularized by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau stressed the individual over the state and advocated that people question authority What is transcendentalism? BACK
Wild-300 This person published an abolitionist newspaper called The Liberator Who is William Lloyd Garrison? BACK
Wild-400 This was a female former slave that fought for abolition and womens rights Who is Sojourner Truth? BACK
Wild-500 Henry David Thoreau wrote an essay called this What is Civil Disobedience? BACK
USI.8 EXPANSION USI.8A describe territorial expansion and how it affected the political map of the United States, with emphasis on the Louisiana Purchase,
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
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America establishes its boundaries
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Review Chapter 13.
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STAAR 8 th Grade Social Studies CATEGORY TWO continued: SOCIAL INFLUENCES/CULTURE.
SS A severe food shortage that results in widespread hunger and death is known as_______________. 2. A person who leaves his or her country to live.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 1 Reform and Westward Expansion Analyze growing democratization, as well as limits on democracy, in the.
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Westward Expansion Content Objective: Students will be able to describe how expansion affected the political make-up of the United States.
Chapter 8 Religion and Reform.
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Expansion. Manifest destiny – belief that the U.S. would and should expand into the West.
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