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1 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt VocabularyReformsAbolitionCulture Hodge Podge

2 Term referring to the immediate 40 years before the start of the Civil War

3 Antebellum

4 The idea that God decided the fate of someone's soul, even before their birth.

5 Predestination

6 A person who was against slavery, and fought to get rid of it.

7 Abolitionist.

8 The right of women to vote

9 Women’s Suffrage

10 The idea that people should peacefully disobey unjust laws if their consciences demanded it.

11 Civil Disobedience

12 This movement sought to limit the amount of alcohol consumed by Americans; it would eventually lead to Prohibition on the 20 th Century.

13 Temperance Movement

14 She was the person responsible for the reforms in dealing with the mentally ill, and in reforming the cruelty that was present in the prison system

15 Dorothea Dix

16 This state was not only the first state with public schools, but also the first to require training and certification for public schools.

17 Massachusetts

18 This meeting of Women’s Rights leaders, led to a declaration where they professed to seek the same treatment as their male counterparts.

19 Seneca Falls Convention

20 While not initially a leader of the Women’s Rights Movement, she became the most famous and vocal advocate for equal rights for women.

21 Susan B. Anthony

22 The path that escaped slaves would travel from slave states, to northern states or to Canada

23 Underground Railroad.

24 Without question, he was the most famous black Abolitionist; he himself was an escaped slave.

25 Frederick Douglass

26 Two types of abolitionists; they disagreed on the length of time it would take to end slavery,

27 Immediatists & Gradualists

28 William Lloyd Garrison wrote this newspaper in an attempt to bring attention to the evils of slavery.

29 The Liberator

30 The American Colonization Society advocated free slaves be forced to do this…

31 Return to Africa and leave the United States.

32 A movement that sought to explore the relationship between humans and nature through emotions rather than through reason.

33 Transcendentalism

34 These two writers were the leaders of their philosophical movement, which was centered around Walden Pond in Concord, MA

35 Ralph Waldo Emerson & Henry David Thoreau

36 Stephen Foster’s music was uniquely American, including this little tune about a river in Florida.

37 Way Down on the Swanee River

38 Herman Melville wrote this Whale Tale.

39 Moby Dick

40 Nathaniel Hawthorne’s landmark novel which inspired plays and movies. It dealt with puritan life in the colonies, and the life Hester Prynne; a puritan charged with committing adultery.

41 The Scarlett Letter

42 This building was built in the style of neoclassical Greece, including large columns and domes.

43 U.S. Capitol Bldg.

44 While not remembered as the most famous woman in the suffrage movement, she was the one who organized the movement and was its first leader.

45 Elizabeth Cady Stanton

46 Charles Finney popularized this religious ceremony, which often consisted of praying for sinners by name, long nightly meetings, and speaking bluntly.

47 Revival

48 This was the first all- female college.

49 Mt. Holyoke College

50 He was the reformer who changed education from something done at the town/village level, to a state system that is seen around the country today.

51 Horace Mann

52 Final Jeopardy Category: Reforms

53 The Temperance Movement was popular, but unable to affect any real change in laws for a long time. What was the biggest reason as to why changes in alcohol laws took so long to occur?

54 The Temperance Movement eventually led to the 18 th Amendment in 1919. The reason it took so long for a law to change was due to The Civil War.

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