By: Andrew, Brooke, Taylor, Tiara 02/08/2012 3th period
Mother Ann Lee She is best known as the founder of the American Shaker Movement. She was the founder of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing.
Lymon Beecher A Presbyterian clergyman An outstanding preacher Achieved national fame as a reformer and a educator of Theological
Horace Mann Known as the “Father of American Education” He called for public schools and universal education Wanted the state to oversee education, not the federal government
William Lloyd Garrison He was an abolitionist that published “The Liberator” He fought for black rights for twenty years after the Civil War In his last fourteen years, he fought for women’s suffrage.
Frederick Douglas He escaped slavery He wrote an autobiography He became a leader of the abolitionist movement
Henry Clay The man that created the American System Leader of the Whig Party A strong enemy against the Jackson Democrats
Nicholas Biddie Former President of the once National Bank
Charles Grandsion Finney Rejected the Calvinist doctrine of passive salvation Believed that anyone who accepted God is saved American evangelist during 1820s
William Ellery Channing Minister of the Federal Street Church in Boston Massachusetts Spokesman during the Unitarian controversy
Joseph Smith Founder of the Church of Latter Day Saints.
Sojourner Truth Famous advocate for women’s rights as well as black rights. Gave speeches at the Women’s Right Convention
Angelina and Sarah Grimke Spoke in front of crowds of men and women Published the most powerful tracts of antislavery of the antebellum
Elizabeth Cady Stanton A women that was a social activist and a leading figure of the early women’s movement.
Dorothea Dix Improved the treatment of the insane She recruited women to join the Army Medical Bureau
John Humphrey Noyes Founder of the Oneida Community Teachings of “Mutual Criticism”, “Complex Marriage”, and “Male Continence”