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+ The Reformers Open Book Quiz
+ Reformers and their Cause Lyman Beecher – against alcohol Horace Mann – Education Thomas Gallaudet – Special Needs Education (hearing impaired) Dorothea Dix – Inmate care/prisons
+ Temperance Movement Movement to stop the sale, manufacturing, consumption of alcohol. 18 th Amendment – Only Amendment to be repealed with the 21st
+ Reasons for Temperance Poverty Break up of Families Crime Insanity
+ Abolitionist Reformers who wanted to abolish/end slavery
+ Abolitionists William Lloyd Garrison- Pamphlets Grimke Sisters- Pamphlets Frederick Douglas- Autobiography Sojourner Truth – Public Speaking
+ Three Ways to Help Enslaved People Underground Railroad Pamphlets – “The Liberator” Public Speaking
+ Women’s Movement Lucretia Mott- Organized female Anti- Slavery Society Elizabeth Cady Stanton – Suffrage Susan B. Anthony – Suffrage Both ran the Women’s Movement
+ Seneca Falls Convention Suffrage Drafted the “Declaration of Sentiments” “All men and women are created equal”
+ Rights worth fighting for: Education Suffrage Marriage/Family Laws
Reform The Age of Reform Changing American Life in the 19 th Century.
Chapter 14 Sec 4 1.Abolitionists call to end slavery A. Abolition: to abolish or end slavery B. William Lloyd Garrison: Editor of an abolitionist newspaper,
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
Aim: How did the Women’s Rights Movement create social change in America? Do Now: Pop Quiz HW: Declaration of Sentiments Worksheet.
Chapter 14 The Age of Reform.
Unit 4 Notes 3 19th Century Reforms.
Good day, Scholars! Add a new entry in your journal – REFORMERS.
To Do Check in with group, verify what each person needs to complete for final product. Have notebook ready Make sure you’ve picked up handout and updated.
Reform What is reform? Changes made to improve something Why did America need reform? –Slavery –Industrialization –Changing society.
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.
Reform Review. ABOLITIONIST MOVEMENT GoalHarriet Tubman the immediate, release of all slaves. Most famous “Conductor” of the Underground Railroad After.
Social Reform Movements : Temperance (ban of alcohol) Women’s Suffrage (right to vote) Education Reform Abolitionism.
Jumpstart Pick up your folder, the Unit 5 vocabulary list #3, and the Unit 5 vocabulary practice #3. Sit in your assigned seat.
Bellringer: EOCT Review Questions
The Age of Reform $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 Improving Society
Chapter 14 “A New Spirit of Change” Significant People that worked for a better America As we go through this power point you will need to use a Thinking.
New Movements in America Chapter 13. Immigrants Push Factors –Starvation –Poverty –No political freedom Pull Factors –Jobs –Freedom & equality –More land.
The Age of Reform Changing American Life in the 19 th Century.
In the 1800s and 1900s people fought for the rights we have today. Those people are called reformers. Many reforms occurred during this time. Reformer.
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