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1Abolitionists, who were active in the North before the Civil War, believed in what? a. doing away with slaveryb. helping slave ownersc. helping the aboriginal peoplesd. doing away with alcohol
2Study the above cartoon Study the above cartoon. How does this cartoon use bias to express a point of view?a. It shows women in long dresses.b. It shows women happily voting.c. It switches the roles of men and women.d. It exaggerates the meanness of women.
3Refer to the above cartoon Refer to the above cartoon. The cartoonist shows the man holding a baby to suggest that ____.a. men should participate in parentingb. men are good providers for their familiesc. women must teach men how to parentd. voting rights for women feminizes men
4Which of the following describes a major contribution of Frederick Douglass to American society? a. helped win passage of the Compromise of 1850 to calm tensions over slaveryb. wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin, an attack on slaveryc. led a raid on Harpers Ferry to help the abolitionist caused. traveled widely, speaking out for African American rights
5Which of the following American leaders spoke these words? a. William Lloyd Garrisonb. Frederick Douglassc. Levi Coffind. John Brown
6Read the excerpt from the letter below Read the excerpt from the letter below. A reasonable conclusion based on this passage is that Abigail Adams supported ____.a. republicanismb. abolitionc. temperenced. women’s rights
7Read the excerpt below. What is the main idea of this passage? a. Women should have rights equal to those of men.b. There should be as many schools for women as for men.c. Women should have more opportunity to go to college.d. Education of men and women should be the same.
8The National Woman Suffrage Association was founded by _____ and Elizabeth Cady Stanton in 1869. a. Lucretia Mottb. Alice Paulc. Susan B. Anthonyd. Lucy Stone
9At the Seneca Falls Convention, Elizabeth Cady Stanton shocked the delegates by proposing a resolution that women should have the right to ____.a. divorce their husbandsb. votec. attend colleged. hold jobs in any field
10What do the people in the following list have in common? Sarah GrimkeAngelina GrimkeSojourner Trutha They were former slaves and activists.b. They spoke out for the temperance movementc. They were abolitionist speakers.d. They spoke out for prison reform..
11Read the excerpt below. The women of the Seneca Falls Convention modeled their document on what other important American document?a. Articles of Confederationb. Bill of Rightsc. Declaration of Independenced. Constitution
12Read the excerpt below. What message did Susan B Read the excerpt below. What message did Susan B. Anthony mean to convey with these words?a. A woman wants a man to support her, but she does not want him to control her.b. It is a woman’s duty to bake the family’s bread and obey her husbandc. No man can support a woman as much as she deserves.d. No woman wants a man to support her, because it gives him power over her.
13Read the following excerpt. What female reformer spoke these words? a. Ida B. Wellsb. Lucretia Mottc. Dorothea Dixd. Sojourner Truth
14The following passage shows a relationship between what two reform movements? a. immigration laws and women’s rightsb. temperance and abolitionc. women’s rights and abolitiond. women’s rights and school reform
15Which of the following was a main goal of the public education reform movement of the mid-1800s? a. separate schools for African American childrenb. aid to help poor children attend private schoolsc. free elementary education for all childrend. integration of public schools
16By the mid-1800s, the consumption of alcohol had declined significantly across the United States. What reform movement helped to achieve this result?a. suffrage c. prison reformb. women’s rights d. temperance
172007 OAT QUESTION13. The women who participated in the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 issued a Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions modeled after the Declaration of Independence. What controversial change was called for in this declaration?A. abolition of slaveryB. voting rights for all citizensC. reform of public educationD. a ban on alcoholic beverages