History Chapter 13

C) was especially strong in Boston
Universalists believed that:
C) everyone can be saved
Which of the following religious movements arising in the nineteenth century attracted mainly workers and poor people?
Camp meetings and circuit riders appealed most to:
B) frontier people
African Americans found the Methodist and Baptist churches especially attractive because of their:
B) belief in salvation for all
Which of the following could be associated with the Second Great Awakening?
C) the popularity of camp meetings
Which of the following is NOT true of Charles Finney?
A) He was an active Universalist preacher.
Brigham Young:
B) led the Mormons to Utah
The essayist and lecturer who became the most prominent transcendentalist was:
B) Ralph Waldo Emerson
In response to the Mexican War, Thoreau:
C) refused to pay his poll tax
Nathaniel Hawthorne:
C) used the themes of guilt and evil in many of his stories
Emily Dickinson:
C) published only a few poems in her lifetime
The writer whose great short stories often featured the "grotesque and supernatural" was:
B) Edgar Allan Poe
By 1860, public high schools:
A) remained few in number
By 1840, most colleges:
A) were affiliated with churches
Auburn, New York, in 1816, became the site of an effort to establish a model:
C) penitentiary
Prison reformers of the early 1800s saw a major objective of the penitentiary as:
A) rehabilitation
Members of the Shaker community:
C) practiced celibacy and owned everything in common
The founder of the Oneida Community was:
B) John Humphrey Noyes
All of the following are true of Brook Farm EXCEPT:
A) it was long lasting