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Reform Movements Review

Author: Ekwue Grace
Description: Match the person or event to the correct description. You may choose your matching method.
Keywords: , , , , , , online teaching

Content:
Definitions:
0. Temperance Movement
1. Women%27s Rights Movement
2. Frederick Douglass
3. Trans-cendentalism
4. 18th Amendment (XVIII)
5. William Lloyd Garrison
6. Dorothea Dix
7. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
8. Abolition Movement
9. Second Great Awakening
10. First Amendment
11. Hudson River School Artists
12. -Ralph Walso Emerson -Henry David Thoreau
13. Harriet Beecher Stowe
14. Horace Mann
15. Declaration of Sentiments

Answers:
0. education reformer; helped get free public schools for all
1. main goal was to abolish (end) slavery in the U.S.
2. painting school that focused on romantic lanscape images
3. abolitionist who wrote %22Uncle Tom%27s Cabin%22 (exposed horrors of slavery)
4. wrote %22The Liberator%22, an anti-slavery newspaper
5. main goals were women%27s suffrage and equal rights
6. leaders of trans-cendentalism movement
7. helped change prison conditions and care for the mentally ill
8. -leader of the Women%27s Rights Movement -%22Declaration of Sentiments%22
9. Religious revival that encouraged self-change and society reforms
10. wrote %22North Star%22, an anti-slavery newspaper
11. these Constitutional freedoms helped shape reform
12. main goal was to keep people sober by banning alcohol
13. banned alcohol in the U.S.
14. movement that focused on nature and self (not religion)
15. document that promoted equality for women
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