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8th STAAR Era 5

What is the social movement to end slavery, led by Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth and William Lloyd Garrison? abolition
Led by Horace Mann, what movement led to free public schools in the north? Education
What is the social movement where workers began to go on strike and form unions to get better wages, hours and conditions? labor
What movement sought the equal treatment of women, including suffrage? women's rights
What social movement called to stop drinking alcohol? temperance
Which region had already outlawed slavery prior to the Civil War? north
What was the abolitionist newspaper by William Lloyd Garrison? The Liberator
Who is the escaped slave who led others to freedom on the Underground Railroad, and was referred to as "Moses"? Harriet Tubman
Which two abolitionists had escaped slavery, and toured the nation speaking for abolition? Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth
Who wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin" which portrayed the horrors of slavery and helped spark the Civil War? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What event in 1832 increased sectional conflicts between the North and South over tariffs? Nullification Crisis
What was the conflict from 1854 to 1859 between pro and anti-slavery people? Bleeding Kansas
What compromise in 1820 preserved the balance of free and slave states by admitting Missouri as a slave state, and Maine as a free state? Missouri Compromise
What allowed popular sovereignty on the slavery issue in Kansas and Nebraska? Kansas and Nebraska Act
Who led the women's rights movement for suffrage? Susan B. Anthony
What was the women's rights movement in New York? Seneca Falls
Who authored a declaration of women's rights, and helped organize the Seneca Falls convention with Lucretia Mott? Elizabeth Cady Stanton
What area did Dorothea Dix fight for reform in? the mentally ill
What was the religious movement that help begin the era of reform? Second Great Awakening
What was the group of artists who painted landscapes? The Hudson River School
Who was John James Audubon? painter of birds; most comprehensive study on American birds
When was the Civil War? 1861-1865
Why did the first 7 states secede? Abraham Lincoln, a Republican, was elected POTUS
Who was the President of the Confederate States of America? Jefferson Davis
Who was the commander of the Union Army, and future POTUS? He accepted Lee's surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. Ulysses S. Grant
Confederate general who won early victories, but lost the Battle of Antietam and Gettysburg was? Robert E. Lee
What was the Emancipation Proclamation? document issued by Lincoln in 1863 that freed the slaves in the Confederacy (although in reality, it freed few)
First battle of the Civil War? Fort Sumter
What was the single bloodiest battle? Antietam
What battle did Lincoln give a famous speech for, stating that the USA was worth fighting for? Gettysburg
Where did Lee surrender? Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia
What was the process for admitting the southern states back into the US after the Civil War? Reconstruction; 1865-1877
What was the 10% Plan? presidential reconstruction plan, where 10% of a state's population had to take an oath to the US, and the state had to adopt the 13th amendment
Who wanted to use the federal government to impose a new order on the South and grant citizenship to former slaves? Radical republicans
Which amendment freed the slaves? 13th
Which amendment granted citizenship to freed slaves, as well as protects the rights of all citizens, born or naturalized 14th
Which amendment granted voting rights to African American males? 15th
Who was the first African American to be elected to the U.S. senate? Hiram Rhodes Revels
Who was the naval fighter who won the Congressional medal of honor? Philip Bazaar
What was the cause of the Civil War? states' rights over slavery, tariffs, secession....
Created by: lauren.davis