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1 From what I took in from romanticism is that it is a time where peoples problems don’t exist. They have nothing to worry about other than to just enjoy themselves in a quiet area and have no worries. Definition

2 Thomas Cole The Hudson River

3 Literary Work  Edgar Allan Poe was known for being a literary figure for romanticism. He wrote many poems and different forms of literature in his own way.  Edgar Allan Poe wrote some of the most individual and extraordinary literature to date.

4 Transcendentalism  Definition  Transcendentalism is basically what you believe in. Whether it be spiritually or literally it is based off of your opinion.

5 Asher B. Durand

6 Ralph Waldo Emerson  Emerson’s basic philosophy on transcendentalism is that the ultimate source of truth is within ourselves.  We should trust ourselves so we don’t rely on other people or other sources.

7 Abolitionism  Definition  This was the movement to get rid of slavery.

8 Thomas Nast

9 Harriet Beecher Stowe  A women who wrote the book Uncle Tom’s Cabin changed peoples views of slavery throughout the world in that time period.  "...the enslaving of the African race is a clear violation of the great law which commands us to love our neighbor as ourselves"

10 Music  John Brown’s Song  YFI8 YFI8

11 Feminism  Definition  Is the movement to give all women equal amount of rights and treat them as the men were treated

12 Women Standing Up For Equality

13 Elizabeth Candy Stanton  She and Lucretia Mott organized the first women's-rights convention at Seneca Falls, N.Y.  She joined forces with Susan B. Anthony and traveled widely to speak at conventions  In addition to writing countless letters and pamphlets, as well as articles and essays for numerous periodicals, she coedited the women's-rights newspaper The Revolution

14 Industrialism  Definition  When the people began to use technology less of the agricultural.

15 Artists During Industrialism  William Morris, Walter Crane, Norman Shaw, and Philip Webb  These men created art in there reaction towards what was going on during the industrial age.

16 Ida Tarbell  In 1894, Ida Tarbell was hired by McClure's Magazine  Best known for the two volume work, originally articles for McClure's, on John D. Rockefeller and his oil interests: The History of the Standard Oil Company, published 1904.

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