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U.S. History Chpt. 12 Review Identification Questions

the church denomination that experienced dramatic growth in the early 1800s
African Methodist Episcopal Church
the first African-American church denomination
the spiritual
America's greatest contribution to the field of music
Adoniram Judson and Lott Carey
the ''Father of American Missions'' and the ''Father of Western African Missions''
the year the first American missionaries went to Hawaii
the first state to outlaw the use of liquor
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and Susan B. Anthony
three leaders in the women's suffrage movement
New Harmony, Rappite Community, Oneida Community
four utopian societies founded in the early 1800s
Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Christian Science
three cults that sprang up in the 1800s
they teach salvation by works rather than by grace through faith
the basic error of all cults
Hiram Bingham and Asa Thurston
Led the first group of American missionaries to Hawaii
Jonathan Goble
Enlisted as a marine specifically so he could learn about Japan and later return there as a missionary
Robert Owen
Founded the New Harmony community
George Rapp
Founded the Rappite community
John Humphrey Noyes
Founded the Oneida community
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Lived at Brook farm for a short time and later poked fun at the experiment in his novel, The Blithedale Romance
Brook Farm
the most famous of the utopian communities
Robert Green Ingersoll
the ''Great Agnostic''; A lawyer and lecturer who was one of the most outspoken proponents of Darwinism and religious unbelief