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This movement started in the 1790s rejected the Calvinistic belief of predestination in favor of a more democratic God?
Second Great Awakening
This philosophical and literary movement emphasized living a simple life and celebrated the truth found in nature and in personal emotion and imagination?
Henry David Thoreau argued that people should peacefully disobey unjust laws in this writing?
He was the most famous preacher of the era, who used highly emotional sermons to convert people (who then had a duty to convert others)?
Charles G. Finney
A.M.E. stands for this?
African Methodist Episcopal (Church)
He was the most radical white abolitionist who was a newspaper editor that argued for immediate emancipation of slaves?
William Lloyd Garrison
This man led a revolt of slaves in 1831 that resulted in the death of about 60 white people and about 200 black people during and after the rebellion?
Due to the large number of petitions and divisiveness of debates in Congress about slavery, Congress passed a ___ in 1836?
The term for “pre-Civil War” is?
By 1830 approximately how many slaves were there in the United States?
The restriction that women should limit themselves to activities in the home and for the family after marriage became known as?
Cult of Domesticity
The movement to limit and prohibit the drinking of alcohol was known as the?
The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 drafted and adopted this document that outlined women’s grievances?
Declaration of Sentiments
These two daughters of a South Carolina slave-owner fought for abolition and later women’s rights?
Sarah and Angelina Grimké
Isabella Van (Wagener) Baumfree traveled the country preaching and arguing for abolition and later women’s rights. What did she change her name to?
The first major mill to be created in the US was by Francis Cabot ____?
Between 1830 and 1860 immigration rose dramatically in the U.S. The majority of immigrants in this time period were from ___ and ___?
Germany and Ireland
In the early mills of New England (1820s) most workers were?
Young, single, women
The system of manufacturing goods prior to the factory system being developed where people worked from the home was known as the?
Artisans in the early 19 th century prior to the development of the factory system, progressed through stages as they gained experience, what were the three stages?
Apprentice journeyman master
He was a black abolitionist who had been born a slave, escaped, and established The North Star newspaper?
This free black abolitionist argued that blacks should fight for their freedom in his Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World?
This reformer helped create public hospitals for the mentally ill in an effort to rehabilitate instead of imprison them?
Who is considered the “father of transcendentalism”?
Ralph Waldo Emerson
This utopian community believed in millernarianism, limited free love, and developed a silverware industry that outlived their community?
What were the causes and effects of the Second Great Awakening and the various reform movements that swept the nation in the first half of the 19 th century?
Religion & Reform Slavery & Abolition Women & Reform.
Reforming American Society. Section 1: Religion Sparks Reform The Second Great Awakening Transcendentalism and Reform Americans Form Ideal Communities.
Second Great Awakening: religious movement in which individual responsibility for seeking salvation and the need for personal and social improvement.
Write Question AND Answer. 1.Identify one transcendentalist and give a detail about them. 2.Identify two details about education reform in the early-mid.
Ch. 8 Reforming American Society To understand the various social and labor reform movements that swept the nation during the 1 st half of the.
CHAPTER 8 Reforming American Society Main Ideas: A religious revival sparks reform movements; including calls to outlaw slavery. Factory laborers.
Chapters 8, 9 and 13 REVIEW. Second Great Awakening 19th century religious movement in which individual responsibility for seeking salvation was emphasized.
Textile mill in Reforming American Society A religious revival sparks reform movements, including calls to outlaw slavery. Factory laborers begin.
Reforming American Society Chapter 8. Religion Sparks Reform Section 1.
Reform in the Antebellum Era. The Second Great Awakening “Spiritual Reform From Within” [Religious Revivalism] Social Reforms & Redefining the Ideal of.
Bell Ringer What elements of society today do you think should change?
Chapter 8. RELIGIOUS REVIVALS THAT SWEPT ACROSS THE U.S. IN THE 17 TH AND 18 TH CENTURY REVIVAL – AN EMOTIONAL MEETING DESIGNED TO AWAKEN RELIGIOUS.
Unit Four: Reform Movement Vocabulary. Day 1 Transcendentalism: A philosophical and literary movement of the 1800s that emphasized living a simple life.
Social Reform SSUSH7 Students will explain the process of economic growth, its regional and national impact in the first half of the 19th century, and.
CH 8 Sections1 New Religions and Ideas.. The Second Great Awakening was a religious movement that swept across the United States after It relied.
Early Reform Movements. Second Great Awakening Period of rapid and dramatic religious revival, Revivals Intense, “Born again.” Emphasized personal.
Reforming American Society. A Spiritual Awakening Inspires Reform The Second Great Awakening- Widespread Christian movement to awaken religious sentiments.
Reforming American Society 8 8 CHAPTER Overview Time Lines Transparencies Chapter Assessment Religion Sparks Reform Slavery and Abolition Women and Reform.
Reform & Abolitionist Movement Goal 2.5 & 2.6 Reform Society Reform mov’t of mid-1800’s stemmed from religious growth. Ministers preached that citizens.
Chapter 9 Religion and Reform. Section 1 Middle-Class Reform.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 13 Section 1 Technology and Industrial Growth Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 3 The Antislavery.
Expansion. Manifest destiny – belief that the U.S. would and should expand into the West.
RELIGION AND REFORM IN THE EARLY 19 TH CENTURY JACKSONIAN REFORM MOVEMENTS.
Jeopardy! Life and Reform in the North Reformers 1 These sisters were among the first women to speak publicly against slavery Angelina and Sarah.
Reform Movements between 1800 and https://video.search.yahoo.com/video/play?p=brother+love%27s+traveling+salvation+show&vid=cd31248f95b1e4db534a7f231016c078&l=4%3A54&turl=http%3A%2F%2Fts1.mm.bing.net%2Fth.
Religion Sparks Reform Ch 8 Sect 1. Charles Finley Father of modern revivalism Most famous preacher of the era Lectured on the depth of the conversation.
Slavery & Abolition Ch 8 Sect 2 Pg 248. Abolition Abolition – the call to outlaw slavery 1820s antislavery societies were advocating for resettlement.
Reforming American Society Chapter 8. Religion Sparks Reform Chapter 8 Section 1.
8 Reforming American Society QUIT CHAPTER OBJECTIVE INTERACT WITH HISTORY INTERACT WITH HISTORY TIME LINE VISUAL SUMMARY SECTION Religion Sparks Reform.
Religious Reforms. Second Great Awakening New religious fervor swept through US in 1830s –Concentrated in upstate NY.
America’s History, 8 th Edition, Chapter 11 Review Video Religion and Reform (1800 – 1860)www.Apushreview.com Check out the description for videos that.
Religious & Women’s Reform Chapter 15. Religious Reform The Second Great Awakening: religious movement that swept America in the early 1800’s The Second.
Chapter 13 “New Movements in America” Ms. Monteiro.
Religion and Reform. Transcendentalism Believed spiritual discovery and insight could lead to truth Urged self reliance and acting on one’s own beliefs.
The Anti-Slavery and Women’s Reform Movement of the 19 th Century America.
United States History Chapter 8 Higher Order Thinking Skills Homework.
Key People of the Reform Movements. He escaped from slavery and purchased his own freedom, then became a leader of the abolitionist movement. Well- known.
Reforms in 19 th Century America. The Second Great Awakening 1.Was a broad religious movement that swept the US after The preachers of this period.
Why did slavery continue to be an issue as reformers tried to put an end to it? What type of challenges did the people of the United States face as a.
Religious Awakening CHAPTER 4, SECTION 1. Second Great Awakening The revival of religious feeling in the U.S. during the 1800s was known as the Second.
The issue of slavery. “Necessary Evil” Slave Codes Gave owners full control over life –Marriage –Travel –Education (illegal to read) –“Rights”
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
Short Answer and Essay Questions. African Americans & The Great Awakening Christianity was spread in the African American communities during the Second.
C18: An Era of Reform. C18.2 The Spirit of Reform.
Reform Goal 2. Utopian Communities During the early 1800s, some Americans wanted to distance themselves from the evils of society. Organizers of utopias.
Chapter 8 Section 3 Page 254. Women faced limited options ◦ Restrict activities after marriage to the home & family. ◦ Housework & child care were only.
Jeopardy The Game of Knowledge 19 th Century Reformers Industrial Rev/Jackson ReformersVarious Westward Expansion.
Reforming American Society Chapter 8. The Second Great Awakening Charles Grandison Finney (the father of modern revivalism) was one of many preachers.
Goal 2 Nationalism v. Sectionalism. Erie Canal.
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