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Reforming society

Second Great Awakening late 1700s-early 1800s movement of Christian renewal
Charles Grandison Finney minister who challenged some traditional beliefs
temperance movement movement to encourage people not to drink alcohol
Lyman Beecher minister who spoke against both Charles Grandison Finney and alcohol consumption
Dorothea Dix prison reformer
common-school movement movement to have all children, regardless of background, taught in a common place
Horace Mann education reformer
Catherine Beecher founder of all-female academy in Hartford, Connecticut
Thomas Gallaudet education reformer for the hearing impaired
Created by: mohamedelhussien