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chpt 14 quiz 1

social studies vocab

Utopia new communities based on a vision of a perfect society
Revival meeting conducted by a preacher to arouse religious emotions
Temperence movement that pushed for ending alcohol drinking everywhere in America
Second Great Awakening in the early 1800's a wave of religious fervor spread through the nation
Horace Mann A lawyer, who became the head of the Massachusetts Board of Education; he worked to improve the education of both students and teachers
Underground Railroad A system that helped enslaved African Americans follow a network of escape routes out of the South to freedom in the North and Canada
American Colonization Society formed in 1817 by a group of white Virginians who worked to free slaves gradually by buying them them from slave owners in order to send them back to Africa to start new lives
Abolitionist a person who wants to end slavery
Suffrage getting the right to vote
Lucretia Mott a Quaker woman who gave lectures, called for temperance, peace, worker's rights and abolition
Elizabeth Cady Stanton she organized and worked with Susan B. Anthony to fight for women's rights
Seneca Falls Convention first meeting of about 200 women and 40 men to organize and fight for women's rights
Declaration of Sentiments first meeting of about 200 women and 40 men to organize and fight for women's rights
Susan B. Anthony women's rights leader who worked with Elizabeth Cady Stanton to give women the right to vote
Harriet Beecher Stowe abolitionist who wrote the novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, which convinced many northerners to oppose slavery
Elizabeth Blackwell accepted by Geneva College in New York; went on to be one of the first successful female doctors
Carry Nation crusader for temperance; she went to saloons with an ax and broke bottles and kegs
Reform Movements an attempt to fix the problems in society to make it better
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