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

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