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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Religion & Reform Slavery & Abolition Women & Reform The Changing Workplace Potpourri
Religion & Reform $100 What was the name of the religious movement that rejected earlier Calvinist teachings and emphasized personal responsibility for salvation?
Religion & Reform $100 The Second Great Awakening
Religion & Reform $200 What philosophical movement emphasized living a simple life and finding truth in nature?
Religion & Reform $200 Transcendentalism
Religion & Reform $300 What women dedicated her life to improving life in prison and improving the treatment of the mentally ill?
Religion & Reform $300 Dorothea Dix
Religion & Reform $400 What man was responsible for reforms in the education system in Massachusetts, which soon spread to all of the states?
Religion & Reform $400 Horace Mann
Religion & Reform $500 What was the name given to groups of people who isolated themselves from society and tried to create ideal worlds based on self-sufficiency?
Religion & Reform $500 Utopian Communities
Abolition & Slavery $100 Who was the former slave who was the founder of the abolitionist newspaper called the North Star
Abolition & Slavery $100 Frederick Douglass
Abolition & Slavery $200 Who was the slave preacher who believed he was chosen to lead his people out of slavery and began a slave revolt in Virginia.
Abolition & Slavery $200 Nat Turner
Abolition & Slavery $300 Who was the white abolitionist who published the newspaper called The Liberator?
Abolition & Slavery $300 William Lloyd Garrison
Abolition & Slavery $400 Who was the free black man who urge slaves to fight for their freedom instead of waiting for owners to free them?
Abolition & Slavery $400 David Walker
Abolition & Slavery $500 What is the name given to the process of preventing debate on a topic, that was used to stop the debate on slavery in Congress in the late 1930s?
Abolition & Slavery $500 Gag rule
Women & Reform $100 What former slave became a leading spokeswoman for abolition and women’s rights?
Women & Reform $100 Sojourner Truth
Women & Reform $200 What woman helped set up the Seneca Falls Convention, which was the first women’s rights conference of its kind?
Women & Reform $200 Elizabeth Cady Stanton OR Lucretia Mott
Women & Reform $300 What woman conducted a national health survey that found women were often ill due to lack of exercise and infrequent bathing?
Women & Reform $300 Catharine Beecher
Women & Reform $400 What movement that blamed the evils of society on alcohol was comprised mostly of women?
Women & Reform $400 Temperance Movement
Women & Reform $500 What is the term used for the belief that the only proper activities for women were house work and child care?
Women & Reform $500 Cult of Domesticity
The Changing Workplace $100 What is the term used for a young worker learning a craft from a master artisan?
The Changing Workplace $100 Apprentice
The Changing Workplace $200 In what Massachusetts town was the first textile mill established?
The Changing Workplace $200 Lowell
The Changing Workplace $300 What immigrant group settled mostly in eastern cities and took low-paying, unskilled work?
The Changing Workplace $300 Irish
The Changing Workplace $400 What group of immigrants settled in the west and worked at a variety of professions?
The Changing Workplace $400 Germans
The Changing Workplace $500 What Supreme Court case upheld the right of workers to organize for better working conditions and higher pay?
The Changing Workplace $500 Commonwealth v. Hunt
Potpourri $100 What is the word used when referring to anything before the Civil War?
Potpourri $100 Antebellum
Potpourri $200 What word is a synonym for freedom, and was used in reference to slavery in the mid-1800s?
Potpourri $200 Emancipation
Potpourri $300 What man was the leader of the Transcendentalist movement?
Potpourri $300 Ralph Waldo Emerson
Potpourri $400 What was the name of the community established in Massachusetts to “prepare a society of liberal, intelligent, and cultivated persons”?
Potpourri $400 Brook Farm
Potpourri $500 Emma Willard and Mary Lyon are most noted for their work in what field?
Potpourri $500 Women’s Education
Reformers PioneersEventsTerms Land Acquisitions Wild
Reforming American Society
“What is a man born for but to be a Reformer, a Remaker of what man has made; a renouncer of lies, a restorer of truth and good…” Ralph Waldo Emerson,
Religious Awakening Chapter 4, Section 1.
Religion Sparks Reform Slavery & Abolition Women &
Ch.3 Sec.5. People wanted to improve themselves & society Influence of Jackson (people control) 2 nd Great Awakening Christian movement 1790s-1830s.
Reform Movements between 1800 and 1860
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
Unit Four: Reform Movement Vocabulary. Day 1 Transcendentalism: A philosophical and literary movement of the 1800s that emphasized living a simple life.
Good day, Scholars! Add a new entry in your journal – REFORMERS.
Reform and the Amerian Culture
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.
United States History Chapter 8
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.
American History Chapter 3: An Emerging New Nation III. Religion and Reform.
Early Reform Movements. Second Great Awakening Period of rapid and dramatic religious revival, Revivals Intense, “Born again.” Emphasized personal.
Reform in the Antebellum Era
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