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Reform and a New American Culture

Social Reform an organized attempt to improve what is unjust or imperfect in society
Predestination protestant idea that God decided in advance which people would attain salvation after death
Second Great Awaking widespread religious movement in the United States in the early 1800s
Temperance Movement campaign against alcohol consumption
Deptor person who cannot pay money he or she owes
American Colonization Society organization in the early 1800's that proposed to end slavery by helping African Americans move to Africa
Abolitionist person who wanted to end slavery completely in the United States
Underground Railroad network of black and white abolitionists who secretly helped slaves escape to freedom in the North or Canada
Seneca Falls Convention an 1848 meeting at which leaders of the women's rights movement called for equal rights for women
Women's Rights Movement organized campaign to win property, education, and other rights for women
Created by: altdog1