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Social Reform Movements : Temperance (ban of alcohol) Women’s Suffrage (right to vote) Education Reform Abolitionism
Horace Mann reformed education when he supported mandatory Public School for all American children.
First and Second Great Awakenings: Religious revival movements where Americans rededicated themselves to Faith.
Abolitionism: the movement to end slavery
William Lloyd Garrison and The Liberator
Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad
John Brown Captured and executed after breaking into the military warehouse at Harper’s Ferry, Virginia
Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton Lucretia Mott
Seneca Falls Convention 1848 “all men and women are created equal” Declaration of Sentiments
Zachary Taylor (Whig) 1848-1850 12th President
Millard Fillmore (Whig) 1850-1852 13th President Gadsden Purchase Compromise of 1850
1849 The 49’ers
Compromise of 1850 North gets California as free state South gets Fugitive Slave Act
Franklin Pierce (Democratic) 1852-1856 14th President Kansas-Nebraska Act
Overturns Missouri Compromise … popular sovereignty on issue of slavery in Kansas and Nebraska Territories Kansas - Nebraska Act, 1854
Bleeding Kansas Abolitionist John Brown leads attacks in Kansas against pro-slavery settlers
Harriet Beecher Stowe’s book Uncle Tom’s Cabin caused an increase in the number of abolitionists in the North during the 1850’s
James Buchanan (Democratic) 1856-1860 15th President Dred Scott Case
Directions: Using a scratch piece of paper, make two cards. Label one card fact and the other fib. When I put the statement on the screen decide whether.
Slavery in the North Though legal, slavery was largely unnecessary in the North. By 1804, all Northern states had outlawed slavery within their borders.
The Crisis Deepens Take notes as the lecture is given. You will need to copy the titles and what is in red.
SECTIONALISM The Union in Crisis. Slavery Divides the Nation Northern Views on Slavery African Americans inferior in North Many Northerners were never.
1. This vocabulary word means voting rights. A) emigrant B) abolition C) suffrage D) transcendentalism.
Compromise and Conflict in the early 19 th century (early 1800s)
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
Chapter 15 Section 2 The Crisis Deepens
(2:4) 11th President: James K. Polk ( )
Westward Expansion: Abolition and Suffrage SOL USI.8d: The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to.
+ The Reformers Open Book Quiz. + Reformers and their Cause Lyman Beecher – against alcohol Horace Mann – Education Thomas Gallaudet – Special Needs Education.
Rules of the Game If the team answers the question correctly, the amount will be added to the team’s score. If the team answers incorrectly, the team.
A struggle for Equality. Native Americans were forced out west by who? What was the name of the path they took? Describe their journey? STARTER – OCTOBER.
20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40 pt 50 pt 10 pt 20 pt 30 pt 40pt 50 pt 10pt Westward.
CH. 5-3: BIRTH OF THE AMERICAN REFORM MOVEMENT Women were not permitted to vote in federal elections until They were very active in reform movements.
Manifest Destiny The belief that the US was to expand to the Pacific Ocean and into the Mexican Territory. We believed that it was our God given right.
Abolitionism and Women’s Rights Is there a connection between the fight to end slavery and the fight for women’s rights? Why do you think rights granted.
Jumpstart Pick up your folder, the Unit 5 vocabulary list #3, and the Unit 5 vocabulary practice #3. Sit in your assigned seat.
The Abolition Movement
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Popular antislavery novel written by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
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