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Servidio SS Chap 14

Servidio Review for Chapter 14 MC/CR Test

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What was the purpose of the slave codes? To prevent the slaves from running away
What were four slave code laws? Slaves could not learn to read and write, could not own a gun, gather in groups of three or more, or leave the plantation without written permission from the slave owner
How did slaves keep their spirits up? They sang songs, told folk stories, became Catholics, and tried to stay with their extended families
Define abolitionist A person who wanted to abolish, get rid of, slavery
Identify one famous abolitionist? Harriet Tubman
Who was the Conductor of the Underground Railroad? Harriet Tubman
What was the Underground Railroad? A set of hidden spots and homes to help slaves escape to the North
Who was Nate Turner? Abolitionists who wanted to give guns to slave to fight for their freedom
Who was John Brown? Abolitionists who wanted to give guns to slave to fight for their freedom
Who was Henry “The Box” Brown? A former slave turned abolitionist who sent himself in a crate to the North for freedom
Who was Dorthea Dix? A reformer who changed both the prison system and the treatment of the mentally ill
Who was Horace Mann? A reformer who changed the way education was taught and received
Who was Lyman Beecher? A social reformer who wanted to end the consumption of alcohol
Who was Thomas Gallaudet? He created a school for the deaf
Who was Samuel Gridley How? He created books for the blind
Who was William Lloyd Garrison? He created the newspaper The Liberator
Who was Harriet Beecher Stowe? She wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin
Who were Sarah and Angelina Grimke? White Abolitioionists
Who was Fredrick Douglas? A former slave turned abolitionist
Who was Alice Paul? A women’s’ rights activist who wanted the right to vote
Who was Lucretia Mott? A women’s’ rights activist who attended the Seneca Falls Convention
Who was Susan B Anthony? A women’s’ rights activist who attended the Seneca Falls Convention
Who was Elizabeth Cady Stanton? A women’s’ rights activist who attended the Seneca Falls Convention
Define discrimination The act of treating someone differently because they are different from you
Define penal system The prison system
Define temperance The idea of banning alcohol
What was the Seneca Falls Convention? A gathering of men and women to help gain women’s rights
Explain the Declaration of Sentiments? Modeled after the Declaration of Independence it stated that all men and women are created equal
Explain picketing When protesters are signs and march for their beliefs
Explain die-ins When protesters pretend to die and cause problems getting in and out of places
Explain sit-ins When protesters sit in an area causing problems getting in and out of places
Explain petition When protesters sign a document in support of what it says
Explain a riot When protesters use violence and chaos to get their ideas to others
Explain a teach-in When protesters teach the public about their beliefs
Explain soap-boxing When protesters stand above others and discuss their opinions about a certain belief
Define reform A change
Identify some rights women were lacking in the 1820’s? No citizenship or voting, no ability to own property or keep a salary, and was seen inferior in society
Created by: Suzanne Servidio