5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Planter Aristocracy
- William McGuffey
- Louisa May Alcott
- Dorothea Dix
- a Activist who helped improve conditions of mental patients and criminal rights.
- b "McGuffey's Readers" hammered lessons of morality, patriotism, and idealism.
- c Rejected divinity of Christ, emphasized goodness of mankind.
- d "Little Women" US novelist noted for children books
- e Plantation Owner, Small Plantation Owner, Yeoman Farmer, Merchant/Industrialist, Overseers, Tenant Farmers, Freedmen, Slaves
5 Multiple choice questions
- French-descended naturalist, "Birds of America" The Audobon Society was named after him
- Transformation from a disaggregated, subsistence economy to a national commercial and industrial network.
- Small swift vessels that helped American trade.
- Irish immigrant, invented the mechanical reaper
- Invented the sewing Machine
5 True/False questions
Iron Horse → (1840) an early term for a locomotive
Tammany Hall → (1789) Powerful New York political machine that drew support from city immigrants, they helped the immigrants with social services.
Frederick Douglass → United States abolitionist who escaped from slavery and became an influential writer and lecturer in the North
Neal Dow → "Father of Prohibitions", Maine Laws, wanted temperance, "10 Nights in a Bar room"
Molly Maguires → nickname for the Irish Miners' Union in Pennsylvania