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Unit 4 History Test‼️
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What was true of the South and slavery in nineteenth-century America?
The Old South had developed into the largest and most powerful slave society the modern world has known.
In the nineteenth century, which product was the world's major crop produced by slave labor?
Why could someone argue that the North was complicit in the expansion of slavery?
Northern factory demand for cotton steadily increased
From 1800 to 1860, which of the following occurred to the South and its economy?
Because the South was a slave society, most immigrants stayed away.
In 1860, what percentage of southern white families were in the slaveowning class?
Free blacks in the South were allowed to:
Gender roles under slavery:
differed from those of white society because men and women alike suffered a sense of powerlessness
combined African traditions and Christian beliefs
A slave from which state had the best chance of escaping to freedom permanently?
was a fugitive slave who risked her life many times to bring others out of slavery.
What was the Underground Railroad?
it used a single, centralized system with tunnels for slaves
The slave rebellion aboard the Amistad:
led to a Supreme Court decision freeing the slaves.
Which statement about Nat Turner's Rebellion is true?
Many southern whites were in a panic after the rebellion
Overall, how did utopian societies and worldly communities perceive women?
Women needed to be treated as equals
The reform communities established in the years before the Civil War:
set out to reorganize society on a cooperative basis
Which statement about the Shakers is true?
They believed that women were spiritually equal to men
Members of which of the following groups were generally opposed to the temperance movement?
What did reformers commonly believe about prisons and asylums?
that they could rehabilitate individuals and then release them back into society
existed in every northern state by the time of the Civil War
The colonization of freed slaves to Africa:
prompted the adamant opposition of most free African- Americans
Which book was to some extent modeled on the autobiography of fugitive slave Josiah Henson?
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The gag rule:
prevented Congress from hearing antislavery petitions
The death of Elijah Lovejoy in 1837:
convinced many northerners that slavery was incompatible with white Americans' liberties.
Dorothea Dix devoted much time to the crusade for the:
construction of humane mental hospitals for the insane
Angelina and Sarah Grimké:
critiqued the prevailing notion of separate spheres for men and women
The Seneca Falls Convention's Declaration of Sentiments was modeled after:
Declaration of Independence
The Seneca Falls Convention's Declaration of Sentiments:
condemned the entire structure of inequality between men and women
How did Margaret Fuller demonstrate that women could be leaders?
She edited the New York Tribune
The organized abolitionists movement split into two wings in 1840, largely over:
A dispute concerning the porper role of women in antislavery work
The ________ was established in hopes of making abolitionism a political movement.
What was the greatest accomplishment of the abolitionists by 1840.
Making slavery a prominent topic of conversation
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