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Ch14 Social Mov'ts

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QuestionAnswer
abolition An end to slavery
William Lloyd Garrison This man was an American journalist. He started "The Liberator", an anitslavery newspaper.
Frederick Douglass This escaped slave became an abolitionist spokesman and writer. He wrote his biography and "The North Star", an abolitionist newspaper.
Underground Railroad This is a network of people who helped slaves escape to the North.
Harriet Tubman This abolitionist escaped slavery herself and then helped many others escape as well. She is known as the "Moses" of her people.
Women's Suffrage Women's right to vote
Elizabeth Cady Stanton This women's suffragist helped organize The Seneca Falls Convention.
Seneca Falls Convention The first national women's rights' meeting where The Decalration of Sentiments was written.
Temperance Movement the movement to stop the drinking of hard liquor
Common School Movement The movement to have all students taught in a similar way regardless of background
Angelina and Sarah Grimke Women's rights and antislavery activists
Nativists Americans who opposed immigration
Know Nothing Party Folks who supported measures making it difficult for immigrants to become American
Second Great Awakening A Christian revival
Middle Class The social and economic level between the wealthy and the poor
Tenements poorly designed apartment buildings
Susan B. Anthony Well known leader of the women's rights movement
Declaration of sentiments Modeled after the Declaration of Indepedence, this document highlighted the injustices toward women
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