5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Angelina and Sarah Grimké
- Elizabeth Cady Stanton
- Know-Nothing Party
- American Anti-Slavery Society
- William Lloyd Garrison
- a A political party formed by nativists in 1849 that supported measures that would make it hard for foreigners to become citizens or hold office.
- b An abolitionist who wanted women's rights.
- c 2 white southern woman abolitionists who came from a slave holding family in South Carolina. They tried to recruit other white southern women in a pamphlet titled "Appeal to the Christian Women of the South".
- d A group founded by William Lloyd Garrison that wanted immediate emancipation and racial equality for African Americans.
- e An abolitionist who published a newspaper to support racial equality. He also helped found the American Anti-Slavery Society.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The first public meeting about women's rights held in the United States.
- Writer of The Scarlet Letter in the mid-1800s.
- An organization that was a network of people who helped slaves run away.
- A leader of the common-school movement, who also became Massachusetts's first secretary of education.
- Started an all-female academy in Hartford, Connecticut.
5 True/False Questions
Declaration of Sentiments → A document that detailed beliefs abut social injustice towards women.
Walt Whitman → A complete end to slavery.
Emily Dickinson → A complete end to slavery.
Lucretia Mott → A well-known spokesperson for the Anti-Slavery Society who spoke for women's rights.
Margaret Fuller → A female transcendentalist who edited the famous publication "The Dial".