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Unit 9

Reform movements

What was the most controversial issue at the Seneca Falls Convention? Suffrage (the right to vote)
Who brought attention to the challenges faced by the mentally ill and pushed for care facilities? Dorothea Dix
Who were the most well-known leaders of the women's rights movement? Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and Sojourner Truth
What event inspired the reform movements of the 1800's? The Second Great Awakening
What was the temperance movement? The movement to end alcohol consumption in the U.S.
What did workers form to fight for their rights? Labor Unions
What was the education reform movement? Movement for free, public education for ALL citizens.
Who was the leader of the education reform movement? Horace Mann
Which reform movement was Frederick Douglass associated with? Abolitionist movement
What problems did labor reform work to correct? Dangerous working conditions, no maximum length of work day, no minimum wage, no laws against child labor
What was the women's reform movement? The movement to gain equality for women.
Which groups were the most supportive of the temperance movement? Women and religious leaders
What was the abolitionists movement? The movement to end slavery
Who were major leaders of the Abolitionists movement? Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and the Grimke sisters
What led to the Second Great Awakening? Americans felt that the nation had been morally declining
What two movements did Sojourner Truth support? Abolitionists movement and women's rights movement
What was the Declaration of Sentiments? The document drafted and signed at the first women's rights convention, where Stanton addressed issues facing American women.
What document in the mid-1800's was modeled off of the Declaration of Independence? The Declaration of Sentiments
Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau believed strongly in the relationship between humans and nature as well as in the importance of the individual conscience. These ideas are known as? Transcendentalism
Created by: Ms. Mckenzie