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Reform

8th Grade Unit 8 CBA Review

TermDefinition
Laissez-Faire Allows businesses to be unregulated
Mark Twain Wrote about small town life in the South
Cotton Gin Led to an increase in slavery
Susan B. Anthony and Lucretia Mott Wrote publications about women's rights
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Wrote "Declaration of Sentiments" and fought for women's rights
Slavery Increased due to demand for cotton in northern textile mills
Railroads and Canals Moved goods and people quickly
Steam Power led to a growth in industry
Walt Whitman Transcendentalist who wrote "Leaves of Grass"
Second Great Awakening time of religious revival and led to social changes and reform
Mentally Ill reforms Reformers wanted to build hospitals for them
Urban City, many factories, immigrants worked in factories
Rural Agriculture and slaves
Industrialization in the 1800s increased population, natural resources, and developments in transportation
Women in workplace the factory system allowed for young women to get jobs in urban areas.
Abolition Movement Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, and the Underground Railroad
Seneca Falls Convention where Stanton read "Declaration of Sentiments" and fought for women's rights and suffrage
Railraod Led to a national market for goods
Samuel Morse invented the telegraph
Know-Nothing Party started due to anti-immigration feelings
Entrepreneurs expect profit and their private property to be protected
Transcendentalists Used nature as a subject in their work
Henry David Thoreau Civil disobedience by not paying his taxes
Frederick Douglass Abolitionist who spoke about his life as a slave
New Immigrants Came to U.S. due to demand for factory labor
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