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Mr. Hutchins trimester 2

Reform movements emerged in America in the mid-nineteenth century in part because of a

desire for social stability and discipline in the face of change

In the mid-nineteenth century, the general European attitude toward American art and literature

was that American artists had little to offer Europe

All of the following painters were associated with the Hudson River School EXCEPT

James Whistler

All of the following people helped create a distinct American literature EXCEPT

Sydney Smith

Walt Whitman

Celebrated the liberation of the individual

The writings of Edgar Allen Poe were

primarily sad and macabre

Transcendentalists

regarded reason to be the most important human faculty

The transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau

argued Americans have a moral right to disobey the laws of the United States

The primary goal of the 1840s community experiment known as Brook Farm was

to permit all members to realize their full potential as individual beings

one of the most enduring of the Pre- Civil War utopian colonies was

Oneida

which of the following was arguably the most distinctive feature of Shakerism

complete celibacy

Mormonism

Believed in human perfectibility

Nineteenth-century Protestant revivalists such as the New Light revivalists

formed a crusade against personal immorality

In the 1830s and 1840s, cholera epidemics in the United states

typically killed more then half of those who contracted the disease

During the nineteenth century, the largest obstacle to improved medical care in America was

the abuse of basic knowledge about disease

Prior to 1860, public education in the united States

gave the nation one of the highest literacy rates in the world

The Massachusetts reformer who built a national movement for new methods of treating the criminally ill was

Dorthea Dix

The nineteenth-century practice of placing American Indians on reservations was partially designed to

All of these answers are correct

The 1848 Seneca Falls, New York convention on women's rights

issued a manifesto patterned after the Declaration of Independence

Which of the following nineteenth-century leaders is primarily known for her pioneering work in the American feminist movement

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

The American Colonization society helped to transport blacks from the united States to

Liberia

Prior to the Civil War, free blacks in the North tended to be

strongly opposed to Southern Slavery

Fredrick Douglass

spent years lecturing in England against slavery

One leading abolitionists who was murdered for his activism was

Elijah Lovejoy

In the 1840s William Lloyd Garrison spoke against

defensive wars

Prior to the Civil War, The liberty party

promoted "free soil"

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