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Chapter 15 history
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List some of the colleges that were created in the educational reform movement, who founded them and who they served?
Oberlin Ohio, let in women and african americans, created by Charles Finny.
What was the "Transcendentalist Movement" (its main goal) and who were some of their most famous members.
To connect humans with nature and certain beliefs of spiritual, members Ralph Waldo and Henry David.
What was the "Second Great Awakening"? Who was its most famous leader?
Wave of religious interest spread around, Charles finny
Which movement was founded to wage war on alcohol? Who founded it?
Temperance Movement, Lyman Beecher
What were somethings Horace Mann is credited with doing for American education?
Public school and better teacher pay
Who was the most famous Abolitionist, bought his own freedom, wrote an autobiography, why did people think he was capping?
Fredrick Douglas, he was black, they were suppose to not know how to read or write.
Why did many women support the Abolitionist Movement? What obstacles did women face with their own lives?
They were basically trapped from freedom, no equal rights as men
What was the name of the American colony established in Africa and which group founded it? Why was it not more successful?
Liberia, American Colonization Society
What names were Araminta Ross and Isabella Baumfree most widely known?
Who was the first white American killed by other white Americans over black slavery?
Why did Southerners call Northerners hypocrites?
Factories were worst than slavery conditions
What was the most controversial thing to come out of the "Seneca Falls Convention"?
rights for women, (most important) women's suffrage
Which religious group was very active in helping the Underground Railroad in Pennsylvania?
What schools were created to train high school graduates to be teachers?
Who was Harriet Beecher Stowe? What book did she write? Where did she move after the civil War?
Abolitionist, wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin
What was the main idea of the belief of many white southerners had know as the "White Man's Burden"?
Slaves should be treated it better conditions by their owners.
What was the "perfect society"?
Who were the most famous leaders of Women's suffrage movement?
Elizabeth and Susan
What did the author Ralph Waldo Emerson encourage people to follow?
Which author believed that the civil disobedience was completely justified?
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