5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Walt Whitman
- liberation theology
- Know-Nothing Party
- Elias Howe
- a used by slaves that someday they will be set free.
- b Nativist political party, AKA American party, which emerged in response to an influx of immigrants, particulary Irish Catholics.
- c Rejected divinity of Christ, emphasized goodness of mankind.
- d Invented the sewing Machine
- e "Leaves of Grass" poet and transcendentalist
5 Multiple choice questions
- spoliation of western natural resources through excessive hunting, lodging, mining, and grazing.
- Publisher of "The Liberator", favored Northern secession from the South
- Plantation Owner, Small Plantation Owner, Yeoman Farmer, Merchant/Industrialist, Overseers, Tenant Farmers, Freedmen, Slaves
- "Oversoul" and essay on "Self-Reliance". American transcendentalist who was against slavery and stressed self-reliance, optimism, self-improvement, self-confidence, and freedom.
- "Little Women" US novelist noted for children books
5 True/False questions
Mason-Dixon Line → Drawn by surveyors to resolve boundaries between Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, symbolized North-South divide over slavery.
Deism → Emphasized simple communal living and expected to practice celibacy. Started by Mother Ann Lee.
Neal Dow → Invented the sewing Machine
Nat Turner → led Nat Turner's Rebellion in 1831, where Virginia slave revolt resulted in death of 60 whites and raised fear in South of further uprisings.
NINA → "No Irish Need Apply" signs put in Boston shops