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Monday, April 9 1.Turn in your cards. Put them in the Spurs bag in front of my desk. 2. Update your Table of Contents if you did not on Thursday DateEntry.

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1 Monday, April 9 1.Turn in your cards. Put them in the Spurs bag in front of my desk. 2. Update your Table of Contents if you did not on Thursday DateEntry TitleEntry # 3/29Westward expansion map 46 3/30“Go West Young Man/Women” 47 4/3Pioneer West movie48 4/4Immigration worksheet 49 4/5Era of Reform notes 50 2.Turn to entry #50

2 Did Mrs. Siek take role???? Yes – go on to next slide No – GO TAKE ROLE NOW!!!!!

3 2nd Economic Expansion Map– Learning Recovery Monday, April 9 KazandraX JeremyX HannahX

4 3rd Monroe Doctrine worksheet –LR Wednesday, April 4 Life and Work in the NE England Mills – LR Wednesday, April 4 AmbienXx Economic Expansion map Learning Recovery, Monday April 9th TreyX AmbienX RebeccaX AlexX

5 5th Economic Expansion map Learning Recovery, Monday April 9th XaiverX JesseX Noah N.x Emilyx

6 6th Economic Expansion map Learning Recovery, Monday April 9th HollyX MadisonX Shannonx Andrew S.x

7 8th Economic Expansion map Learning Recovery, Monday April 9th DianeX Allysonx Henryx

8 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit I.Reform *A movement that tries to make changes in society that corrects social abuses and living conditions. *Started with the Second Great Awakening (religious fervor in the 1800’s) *People would meet from all over and listen to preachers speak about reform

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10 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit I.Reform *A movement that tries to make changes in society that corrects social abuses and living conditions. *Started with the Second Great Awakening (religious fervor in the 1800’s) *People would meet from all over and listen to preachers speak about reform II.Temperance *Alcohol was blamed for poverty, crime, the break up of families, and insanity *Reformers wanted little or no drinking *Some states passed laws banning the making and selling of alcohol (prohibition)

11 Social Reform %20Government?uak=ipw %20Government?uak=ipw

12 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit I.Reform *A movement that tries to make changes in society that corrects social abuses and living conditions. *Started with the Second Great Awakening (religious fervor in the 1800’s) *People would meet from all over and listen to preachers speak about reform II.Temperance *Alcohol was blamed for poverty, crime, the break up of families, and insanity *Reformers wanted little or no drinking *Some states passed laws banning the making and selling of alcohol (prohibition) III.Education *1820’s children of farmers did not go to school and the wealthy had tutors *Horace Mann (from Mass.) started the “common school” movement -offering free public education that was funded by the government -Formed “normal schools” to train teachers

13 Humanitarian Reform %20Government?uak=ipw %20Government?uak=ipw

14 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit IV. Hospital and *Dorothea Dix Prison Reform*Before = were in chains and lived in cages Children and adults were not separated Mentally ill were treated as criminals Insufficient mental hospitals *After= New Asylums Stopped putting debtors in prison Special justice system for children Cruel punishment outlawed

15 Abolitionism 20Government?uak=ipw

16 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit V.Abolitionism*Person who wants to abolish slavery *Important people: William Lloyd Garrison – published the “Liberator” newspaper denouncing slavery

17 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit V.Abolitionism*Person who wants to abolish slavery *Important people: William Lloyd Garrison – published the “Liberator” newspaper denouncing slavery Grimke Sisters – Former slaveholders who moved north and fought against slavery thru writings and speeches

18 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit V.Abolitionism*Person who wants to abolish slavery *Important people: William Lloyd Garrison – published the “Liberator” newspaper denouncing slavery Grimke Sisters – Former slaveholders who moved north and fought against slavery thru writings and speeches Fredrick Douglass – escaped slave; started the newspaper “The North Star”; fought for freedom and equality

19 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit V.Abolitionism*Person who wants to abolish slavery *Important people: William Lloyd Garrison – published the “Liberator” newspaper denouncing slavery Grimke Sisters – Former slaveholders who moved north and fought against slavery thru writings and speeches Fredrick Douglass – escaped slave; started the newspaper “The North Star”; fought for freedom and equality Sojourner Truth- born a slave in NY but received her freedom; fought against

20 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit V.Abolitionism*Person who wants to abolish slavery *Important people: William Lloyd Garrison – published the “Liberator” newspaper denouncing slavery Grimke Sisters – Former slaveholders who moved north and fought against slavery thru writings and speeches Fredrick Douglass – escaped slave; started the newspaper “The North Star”; fought for freedom and equality Sojourner Truth- born a slave in NY but received her freedom; fought against Harriet Beecher Stowe – wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (a story about the evils of slavery

21 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit V.Abolitionism*Person who wants to abolish slavery *Important people: William Lloyd Garrison – published the “Liberator” newspaper denouncing slavery Grimke Sisters – Former slaveholders who moved north and fought against slavery thru writings and speeches Fredrick Douglass – escaped slave; started the newspaper “The North Star”; fought for freedom and equality Sojourner Truth- born a slave in NY but received her freedom; fought against Harriet Beecher Stowe – wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin (a story about the evils of slavery *Underground Railroad -system of escape routes that slaves took to freedom -Harriet Tubman – a leading conductor

22 Women’s Rights 20Government?uak=ipw

23 #50 April 5:The Reforming Spirit VI.Women’s Movement *Women enjoyed few legal rights and couldn’t vote *Seneca Falls Convention – to discuss women’s rights -organized by Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton -wrote the Declaration of Sentiments – “all men and women are created equal” and listed the grievances against men


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