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Who succeeded Jackson as President?
Martin Van Buren (10)
Who was the country’s 9 th President and what political party was his part of?
William Henry Harrison, Whigs (20)
When Harrison died, who became President?
John Tyler (30)
Why were the Whigs unable to win the 1836 election?
They ran three candidates which split the vote. (40)
What economic issues was Martin Van Buren forced to deal with?
Panic of 1837 – paper money became worthless because of inflation and people could not get access to gold and silver from pet banks. (50)
Major religious reform movement known as what?
Second Great Awakening (10)
How were new religious reform ideas commonly spread?
Revivals! Large gatherings, could last 4-5 days, with up to 20,000 people (20)
What system stressed the relationship between humans and nature?
What made the religious reforms of the S.G.A. so novel?
You were now responsible for your own salvation (40)
Name two leading transcendentalists.
Ralph Waldo Emerson Henry David Thoreau (50)
What does “suffrage” mean?
Voting rights (10)
What name was given to the social concept that women should only do housework and raise children?
Cult of Domesticity (20)
What were the ideas from the Seneca Falls Convention based on?
Declaration of Independence (30)
How did immigration impact workplace reforms?
Immigrants were coming in huge #s and willing to work for less – made it harder to fight for better working conditions (40)
How did the women’s rights movement and workplace reforms movement impact each other?
More women began working, but were given unequal wages and treatment. (50)
What was the most pressing social issue for reformers?
Who benefitted the least from education reforms?
Females – were not taught math, science, or history (20)
What major successes did education reformers see?
Schools were free and funded by taxes Teachers were trained Students required to attend (30)
Where did the Underground Railroad take slaves?
1.North towards Canada 2.South to the Caribbean 3.West to Mexico (40)
Why did abolitionists have to get slaves out of the country?
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 required citizens to return fugitive slaves. (50)
Where did Ms. Schram go to college?
Boston College (10)
What is Ms. Schram’s favorite movie?
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (20)
What did W.H. Harrison die from?
Who was the country’s fattest president?
W.H. Taft at 335 lbs (40)
Name all 5 Great Lakes
Huron Ontario Michigan Erie Superior (50)
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