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USHistorySection8.3

Section 8.3

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Define the cult of domesticity. the idea that women were supposed to do housework and take care of children.
what was the temperance movement about? it was an organized movement in an effort to prevent the drinking of alcoholic beverages.
who hosted the seneca falls convention, when, where, and why? it was hosted by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott, in 1848, in Seneca falls new york, and it was held because of women's rights.
Who ran a school for women with her sister? Sarah and Angelina Grimke.
who was sojourner truth? a slave for the first 30 years of her life and a deeply spiritual women. traveled across the country as a free slave preaching and speaking for women's rights as well as slaves.
who was a key person in the health reform for women? Elizabeth Blackwell
Who were two women that were for women's right s and for abolition? the grimke sisters
what happened to all a women owned when she got married? it went to her husband.
Created by: woomar16