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US History I Ch 8

TermDefinition
Second Great Awakening Protestant revival movement during the early 19th century in the United States
Transcendentalism Religious and philosophical movement that was developed during the late 1820's and 1830's in the Eastern region of the United States as a protest to the general state of culture and society.
Utopian Community Community or society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities.
Abolition Putting an end to something by law.
Emancipation Any of various efforts to procuring political rights or equality.
Gag rule Rule that limits or forbids the raising, consideration or discussion of a particular topic by members of a legislative or decision-making body.
Cult of Domesticity Prevailing value system among the upper and middle classes during the nineteenth century in the United States and Great Britain. This value system emphasized new ideas of femininity, the woman's role within the home and the dynamics of work and family.
Temperance movement
Seneca Falls Convention
National Trades' Union
Created by: Thomas Carlson