What did slaves travel on to escape from slavery in the South to freedom in the North?
Who was the most famous conductor on the Underground Railroad?
Who escaped slavery, authored an autobiography, published the North Star Newspaper and spoke against slavery?
What movement wanted to ban the manufacturing and selling of alcohol?
What movement wanted to get rid of slavery?
Who left England and built his first water-powered textile mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island in 1790.
Who employed women who lived in company boarding houses, worked long hours for little pay and followed strict rules?
Francis Cabot Lowell
Who improved communication with the telegraph and Morse Code?
Who worked to reform the treatment of prisoners and the mentally ill?
Who reformed education by making it public and mandatory, improving the curriculum and training teachers better?
Who wanted better hours, wages and conditions for workers?
What was a meeting that reawakened religious faith called?
Who helped organize the first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, New York in 1848?
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Who escaped slavery, spoke out against slavery and also spoke for women's rights?
Who led a slave rebellion resulting in the death of fifty-five white men, women and children?
What was a slave who worked in the house called?
What was a slave who worked in the field called?
Who supervised slaves?
What religious revival inspired people to good and led to the Age of Reform?
Second Great Awakening
What changed the way goods were made from hand to machine?
What brought all steps of production together under the same roof
Who developed interchangeable parts and the cotton gin?
Who invented the Clermont, a steamboat that could travel against the current and strong wind?
What was a religious folk song that often contained coded messages called?
What are parts that are exactly alike called?
Who works to expose social injustice?
What was the first women's rights convention called?
Seneca Falls Convention
Who worked in the temperance and abolition movements, and helped to build the women's movement into a national organization?
Susan B. Anthony
What was a safe house where slaves hid, rested and ate while traveling the Underground Railroad called?
What was a slave traveling the Underground Railroad called?
What was a guide on the Underground Railroad called?
Who published the Liberator and called for "immediate & complete emancipation" of slaves?
William Llyod Garrison
What is the right to vote known as?
What demanded rights women wanted, stated men and women are created equal and listed complaints women had against men?
Declarations of Sentiments and Resolutions
Who started the first school for deaf children?
Who founded the Perkins School for the blind?