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2 This founder of the Hudson River School painted “The Oxbow” and many other paintings depicting America’s natural beauty
3 Who is Thomas Cole?
4 The Scarlet Letter
5 Who is Nathaniel Hawthorne?
6 Moby Dick
7 Who is Herman Melville?
8 Leather Stocking Tales: The Last of the Mohicans, The Pathfinder, The Deerslayer
9 Who is James Fenimore Cooper?
10 This artist’s paintings focused on portraying the lives of the common man.
11 Who is George Caleb Bingham?
12 The Transcendentalist movement focused on intuition an feeling over rationalism, much like this movement in Europe.
13 What is the Romantic Movement?
14 This leader of the Transcendentalist movement was also an early feminist and co-founder of Brook Farm.
15 Who is Margaret Fuller?
16 This leading Transcendentalist’s 1837 Phi Beta Kappa speech “The American Scholar” was considered a call to arms for a new generation of American intellectual leadership
17 Who is Ralph Waldo Emerson?
18 His Walden and essay on Civil Disobedience are considered masterpieces of American philosophy
19 Who is Henry David Thoreau?
20 This Transcendentalist founded Brook Farm as an experiment in communal living in accordance with the beliefs of Transcendentalism
21 Who is George Ripley?
24 This became the nickname for upstate New York due to all of the revivals that took place there in the early 1800’s.
25 What is the “burned-over- district”?
26 Thanks to circuit preachers like Peter Cartwright, these became the two largest Protestant denominations in America.
27 What are the Baptists and the Methodists?
28 This Presbyterian minister from upstate New York helped to spark the 2 nd Great Awakening by preaching a “Christianity of Action”.
29 Who is Charles Grandison Finney?
30 Joseph Smith founded this religion in upstate New York in1830. After his death, his followers moved to Utah to escape religious persecution.
31 What is Mormonism?
32 The Shakers, New Harmony, Oneida, and Fourier Phalanxes were all examples of this type of response to the rapid change of early 19 th Century America.
33 What is Communalism? Or What are “Backwoods Utopias”?
34 This woman was a major force in reforming the treatment of the mentally ill
35 Who is Dorothea Dix?
36 This view of women as the moral leaders in the home and primary educators of children emerged in the early 19 th Century.
37 What is the “Cult of Domesticity”?
38 This was the most popular (and in many states most successful) of the 19 th Century reform movements. The Washingtonians were part of this movement
39 What is the Temperance Movement?
40 Many moderate northeners would agree with this society’s goal of returning freed slaves to Africa. Their colony of Liberia was founded in 1822.
41 What is the American Colonization Society?
42 Founded the Oneida Community
43 Who is John Humphrey Noyes
44 Two founders of the women’s movement, and the driving forces behind the Seneca Falls Convention
45 Who are Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott
46 This escaped slave, abolitionist, and feminist one said “I have plowed and reaped and husked and chopped and mowed, and can any man do more than that?”
47 Who is Sojourner Truth
48 He was “as harsh as truth” in The Liberator.
49 Who is William Lloyd Garrison
50 This was the first Secretary of the Massachusetts Department of Education
51 Who is Horace Mann?
1 Ch. 15 The Ferment and Reform of Culture. 2 2 nd Great Awakening Western New York State called “The Burnt Over District” Methodists & Baptists Frontier.
Religious Awakening Chapter 4, Section 1.
the wrong motive that lay behind public education in American was that educators wanted to promote immorality wanted to promote Unitarianism believed.
Religion & Reform Slavery & Abolition Women & Reform.
Reform Movements between 1800 and 1860
Unit Four: Reform Movement Vocabulary. Day 1 Transcendentalism: A philosophical and literary movement of the 1800s that emphasized living a simple life.
Transcendentalism and the Hudson River School
The Ferment of Reform Second Great Awakening Caused new divisions with the older Protestant churches Original sin replaced with optimistic.
The Ferment of Reform and Culture Chapter 15. Second Great Awakening ¾ of 23 million Americans attended church ¾ of 23 million Americans attended church.
American Arts Section 2.
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.
Movement to create a better America (Early – Mid 1800s)
Pre-Civil War Reformers Charles Grandison Finney Famous Preacher Figure in the Second Great Awakening & Revival Movement.
1821 – Challenges to traditional values & institutions Social injustice & instability The emergence of mvmts. to “reform” the nation Women’s.
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.
Revival and Reform. Standards & Essential Question SSUSH 7c: Describe the reform movements, specifically temperance, abolitionism and public school. SSUSH.
Early 19 th Century Reformers. Women’s Rights Movement Cult of domesticity Housework & child care only proper activities for married women Seneca Falls.
The Antebellum Period An Age of Reform
Chapter 11: Society, Culture, and Reform ( )
Immigration and Reform Period 4: Immigration Work with a partner to complete immigration analysis.
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