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mrs t's lms history

7.4-7.6 abolition, women's rights and arts and literature

an example of civil disobedience against the practice of slavery was the underground railroad
what was adopted by southern legislatures in an attempt to prevent the freedmen from advancing very far from slavery black codes
he was a leading African American supporter of the abolition movement in the 1800's Fredrick Douglas
What document most influenced the Seneca Falls Convention and activists such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton Declaration of Independence
The abolition movement evolved out of the Second Great Awakening
What was an example of how African Americans tried to achieve the abolition of slavery in the 1800's armed rebellions
The Liberator, an abolition newspaper, was published by William Lloyd Garrison
Horace Mann, Dorothea Dix and William Lloyd Garrison were all what kind of reformers social reformers
what movement caused, meetings to be held across america, sales of liquor drop by 50%, and states to pass laws regulating alcohol temperance movement
what was not a major focus of reformers in the decades before the Civil War limitations of hours for factory workers
why did many reformers support the temperance movement in the early 1800's reformers were concerned that alcohol was having a negative influence on American society
Women's rights declared that women were citizens equal to men
Dorothea Dix reform efforts influenced the care of the mentally disabled by states began treating the disabled as patients instead of criminals
The reformers influenced education in the United States by the opening of free public schools being opened
the abolition movement eventually led to the Emancipation Proclamation
During the nineteenth century, what social issue did many of the leaders of the women's rights movement also support abolition movement
By seeking peaceful ways to protest unjust laws, public leaders such as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. have been most influenced by what 19th century writer Henry David Thoreau
Harriet Beecher Stowe's 1852 book Uncle Tom's Cabin was influential because it forced Americans to closely examine slavery as a social issue
By studying the fine arts in the United States across different eras, one can get a sense of continuity and change in the American way of life
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