Presentation on theme: "SS 8. 1. A severe food shortage that results in widespread hunger and death is known as_______________. 2. A person who leaves his or her country to live."— Presentation transcript:
1. A severe food shortage that results in widespread hunger and death is known as_______________. 2. A person who leaves his or her country to live elsewhere is called ______________________. 3. A person born in a country who wants to eliminate foreign influence from his or her country is known as ____________________. 4. A negative opinion that is not based on facts is called a ____________________________. 5. People who come to a country to settle are called ___________________________________.
1. This was a political party that existed to fight immigration. 2. This way of thinking stressed that the spiritual world was more important than the physical world. 3. What was a pull factor that bought people to the US? 4. This stressed creativity, emotion, individual and imagination. 5. Breaking laws non-violently is called?
1. Know Nothing Party 2. Transcendentalism 3. Freedom/Economic Opportunity/Abundance of Land 4. Romanticism 5. Civil Disobedience
1. In the late 1700s – early 1800s, the labor union movement inspired Americans to believe that they could make society better. 2. Churches in the early 1800s tried to reawaken religious faith by organizing revivals. 3. Organized by churches, the Second Great Awakening was a campaign to stop the drinking of alcohol. 4. Horace Mann was shocked to find that some prisoners were in jail not because they had committed crimes, but because they were mentally ill. 5. After Nat Turner’s Rebellion, it became illegal to teach slaves to read. Round Directions: Write TRUE or FALSE on the line for each question.
1. I was an anti-slavery reformer and also advocated for women equal rights with my newspaper 2. I was a famous conductor on the Underground Railroad and had a huge bounty placed on me. 3. I ran the Seneca Falls Convention with Lucretia Mott. 4. I wrote The Scarlet Letter. 5. I wanted to reform mental institutions.
1. William Lloyd Garrison 2. Harriet Tubman 3. Elizabeth Cady Stanton 4. Nathaniel Hawthorne 5. Dorothea Dix
1. This is the fight to end slavery. 2. State 2 PUSH factors. 3. This person called for Americans to develop their own beliefs. 4. This was the name of the time period that was about a bigger push for religious salvation. 5. These were the two big issues that people wanted to address in the 1840’s and 1850’s.
1. Abolitionism 2. Population Growth, Agricultural Changes, Crop Failures, Industrial Revolution, Religious/Political turmoil 3. Ralph Waldo Emerson 4. Second Great Awakening 5. Women’s Rights/Slavery (Must have both)