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The Age of Reform

Ch. 14 8th

teaching males and females together coeducation
the right to vote suffrage
reformer working to end slavery abolitionist
frontier camp meeting revival
drinking little or no alcohol temperance
A community based on a vision of the perfect society utopia
The name of the former enslaved African American who attracted huge crowed to hear her eloquent speeches Sojourner Truth
Wave of religious fervor in the 1800s Second Great Awakening
network of escape routes out of the South for enslaved people Underground Railroad
Famous person who helped runaway slaves reach freedom Harriet Tubman
wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe
reformed care for mentally ill Dorothea Dix
demanded woman suffage Elizabeth Cady Stanton
North Star editor Frederick Douglass
Leader of education reform Horace Mann
First white abolitionist to call for emancipation of enslaved people William Lloyd Garrison
Location of the first woman's rights convention New York
Purchased his freedom from a slaveholder Frederick Douglass
Graduated first in class and became a doctor after being turned down for medical school Elizabeth Blackwell
founder of Troy Female Seminary Emma Willard
founder of Mount Holyoke Mary Lyon
Liberia "place of Freedom"
practiced civil disobedience Henry David Thoreau
Famous transcendentalists that were writers Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau
formed when woman recognized their own oppression while fighting to end slavery woman's rights movement
Wrote the narrative poem Song of Hiawatha Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The most controversial issue at the Seneca Falls convention suffrage
Created by: Hintze



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