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1 What did the suffrage movement support?
1 Equal rights for women Home
2 Name three reasons why abolitionists thought slavery was wrong.
2 Morally wrong, Cruel and inhumane, and Violation of democratic principles
3 Which abolitionist leader is known for her work with the Underground Railroad?
3 Harriet Tubman Home
4 Which abolitionist leader was a former slave who gave speeches against slavery?
4 Frederick Douglas
5 Which abolitionist leader published a newspaper, the Liberator, against slavery?
5 William Lloyd Garrison
6 The quote All men and women are created equal is associated with which movement?
6 Suffrage Movement Home
7 Name the former slave who gave speeches to support the suffrage movement.
7 Isabel Sojourner Truth
8 Name three women known for their support and work for womens suffrage.
8 Isabel Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Home
9 Name three basic rights that were denied to women in the first half of the 1800s.
9 Right to vote, Higher education, Equal opportunities in business, and Limited property ownership
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USI.8 EXPANSION USI.8A describe territorial expansion and how it affected the political map of the United States, with emphasis on the Louisiana Purchase,
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The 2nd Great Awakening 1. Was in the “Burned Over” District of NY, and across the entire nation. 2. A time of religious renewal in the nation.
Test tomorrow!!. What was Susan fighting for? a) the right to work b) African American rights c) women’s suffrage d) the right to own land.
Essential Question What were the primary tensions over slavery?
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In the early 1900s who was for and against womens suffrage and why?
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U.S. History Review. Great Awakening A period of history that saw: An increase in religious tolerance An increase in religious practice An increase in.
The Civil War and Reconstruction Standard 4. Regional Characteristics USHC-4.1 Compare the social and cultural characteristics of the North, the South,
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