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Transcendentalism A reform movement to get people to drink less. Belief that people could rise above the material needs of life. TEMPERANCE
2 ND GREAT AWAKENING DORTHEA DIX A period of dramatic religious conversions in the 1790’s. Led the fight for prison reform..
Utopian Communities Abolish Belief that people could form perfect societies. To end slavery
SENECA FALLS Meeting place of the women’s movement to declare their independence Network of hiding places where a slave could escape to freedom. UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
EMANCIPATION The act of freeing all slaves. The leading voice for education reform. HORACE MANN
Reformers PioneersEventsTerms Land Acquisitions Wild
Chapter 7 – Nationalism and Economic Growth
Religious Awakening Chapter 4, Section 1.
Chapter 9 Religion and Reform.
Chapter 12 The Pursuit of Perfection. Phrenology “Science” could be bent for profit and sheer nonsense could become big business. Phrenology was the idea.
Strive for Perfection. Key Concepts: “The Second Great Awakening unleashed a cascade of reform during the 1820s and 1830s….Some reformers withdrew from.
Religion Sparks Reform Slavery & Abolition Women &
Chapter 14 New Movements in America I. Immigrants and Urban Challenges Between – 4 million European immigrants Irish Potato Famine.
Religion Sparks Reform
Chapter 12 An Age of Reform
Religion & Reform Slavery & Abolition Women & Reform.
Reform= change for the better… Economically, Politically, Socially and Culturally.
Chapter 8 An Age of Reform
Reform Movements between 1800 and 1860
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
C18: An Era of Reform. C18.2 The Spirit of Reform.
The Ferment of Reform Second Great Awakening Caused new divisions with the older Protestant churches Original sin replaced with optimistic.
Reform Movements in a Changing America Between 1840 and 1860, 4 million immigrants flooded into the U.S.—most were Irish and German escaping economic or.
Good day, Scholars! Add a new entry in your journal – REFORMERS.
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