The freeing of slaves without payment to slaveholders
A young worker learning a trade
This means pre-Civil War
The effort to prohibit drinking of alcohol
A philosophical and literary movement that emphasized the simple life
Created an anti slave newspaper called the Liberator
Famous abolitionists in the South whos father was a slaveholder
Fought for prison reform as well as the rights of the mentally ill
A quaker abolitionist who advocated the rights of women
Housework and family were considered the only activities for women
Cult of domesticity
System in which manufacturers provided the materials for goods produce at home
The call to outlaw slavery
A rule limiting or preventing debate on an issue
Assisted a master Artisan with their craft
The peaceful refusal to obey laws
A womens rights convention held in New York
Seneca Falls Convention
Several trades joined together to form this federation
National Trade Union
Broad religious movement that swept through the country
Second great awakening
Experimental groups who tried to create a perfect place
The most experienced artisan
An emotional meeting designed to awaken religious faith
A work stoppage in order to force an employer to respond to demands
Freed slave who urged men to grant women their rights
Created an anti slave newspaper called the North Star
What new Black Church was formed in Philadelphia by Richard Allen?
African Methodist Episcol Church
What were McGuffey's Readers?
a tool for learning how to read
Who taught Douglas how to read and write?
his slave owners wife
What was the general condition of women's health during this period?
they had very bad health
Why were women hired in the mills?
they could get paid less than men
Who were hired as strikebreakers?
immigrants who fled from even worse poverty
From what 2 countries did most immigrants come from?
Germany and Ireland
Why were the Irish disliked?
they were poor and Roman Catholic