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U.S history 3rd 9 weeks study guide for chapter 8

Second Great Awakening/revivals A series of religious revivals starting in 1801; stressed a religious philosophy of salvation through good deeds and tolerance for all Protestant sects.
Abolition the action or an act of abolishing a system, practice, or institution.
William Lloyd Garrison founder of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Emancipation the fact or process of being set free from legal, social, or political restrictions; liberation.
Frederick Douglass Runaway slave who became a leader of the abolitionist movement; known for his oratory and anti-slavery writings.
Nat Turner Led to new legislation making it unlawful to teach slaves, free blacks, or mulattoes to read or write.
Antebellum occurring or existing before a particular war, especially the American Civil War.
Gag Rule a rule that limits or forbids the raising, consideration, contribution, or discussion of a particular topic by members of a legislative or decision-making body.
Cult of Domesticity True womanhood. They believed that women should stay at home and should not do any work outside of the home.
Temperance Movement a social movement urging personal moderation in the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Seneca Falls Convention the first women's rights convention.
Cottage Industry a business or manufacturing activity carried on in a person's home.
Journeyman is an individual who has completed an apprenticeship and is fully educated in a trade or craft, but not yet a master.
Mill Girls Working Conditions female workers who came to work in textile workshops.
Strike/reasons why workers went on strike because they think their company has been unfair.
National Trades’ Union center is a federation or confederation of trade unions in a single country.
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