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Title: Early 19th Century Reformers


1
Early 19th Century Reformers
2
Womens Rights Movement
  • Cult of domesticity
  • Housework child care only proper activities for
    married women
  • Seneca Falls Convention
  • Womens rights convention
  • Was where the Declaration of Sentiments was
    written
  • Provided women w/ increased opportunities to act
    outside the home

3
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
  • Co-wrote Declaration of Sentiments w/ Lucretia
    Mott and Susan B. Anthony

4
Elizabeth Blackwell
  • 1st woman doctor in U.S.
  • Opened her own clinic

5
Lucretia Mott
  • Co-wrote Declaration of Sentiments w/ Elizabeth
    Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

6
Margaret Fuller
  • Advocated that women could have opinions outside
    the cult of domesticity

7
Abolitionists
  • Slavery was one of the biggest issues leading up
    to the civil war
  • Abolition the movement to end slavery

8
Frederick Douglass
  • Black abolitionist
  • Started a newspaper called The North Star

9
William Lloyd Garrison
  • White abolitionist
  • Published The Liberator

10
Harriet Tubman
  • Conductor of the underground railroad

11
Nat Turner
  • Led a revolt on a Virginia Plantation
  • Was caught and hanged

12
Sojourner Truth
  • Abolitionist
  • Feminist
  • Public speaker on those issues
  • Illiterate

13
Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Wrote Uncle Toms Cabin
  • One of the causes leading to the Civil War

14
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
  • Phase 1
  • Manufacturers made products by dividing the tasks
    involved among the workers
  • Phase 2
  • Manufacturers built factories to bring
    specialized workers together
  • Phase 3
  • Machines did the work and people operated them

15
Samuel Morse
  • Invented telegraph (Morse Code) 1844

16
John Deere
  • Invented steel-tipped plow (1837)

17
Elias Howe I.M. Singer
  • Invented sewing machine (1846)

18
Cyrus McCormick
  • Invented mechanical reaper (1834)

19
Robert Fulton
  • Invented Steamboat (1807)

20
Charles Goodyear
  • Goodyear's discovery of what came to be known as
    vulcanization strengthened rubber so it could be
    applied to a vast variety of industrial uses,
    including, eventually, automobile tires.

21
Peter Cooper
  • 1st American Steam locomotive (1830)

22
New Philosophies
  • Many people sought alternative to traditional
    religion
  • Transcendentalism
  • Emphasized living a simple life and celebrated
    the truth found in nature in personal emotion
    imagination
  • Stressed American ideas of optimism, freedom, and
    self-reliance

23
Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Became known for challenging traditional thought
  • Chief spokesman for Transcendentalism, (the
    American philosophic and literary movement)
  • Transcendentalism was a reaction against
    scientific rationalism

24
Henry David Thoreau
  • Protested Mexican War
  • Wrote The Duty of Civil Disobedience

25
James Fenimore Cooper
  • First major American novelist
  • Best-known for tales of frontier adventure
    including The Last of the Mohicans (1826)

26
Washington Irving
  • Has been called the father of the American short
    story
  • Wrote The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

27
Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Wrote The Scarlet Letter

28
Herman Melville
  • Best-known for his novels of the sea
  • Wrote Moby Dick

29
Edgar Allan Poe
  • Known as the father of modern mystery
  • A master of the horror tale (I.e. The Raven)

30
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • Poet
  • Known for rhymes from Mother Goose
  • Known for words to nursery songs
  • Was among the first American writers to use
    native themes

31
Walt Whitman
  • Incorporated natural speech rhythms into poetry
  • Wrote 7 editions of Leaves of Grass

32
Emily Dickinson
  • Poetry reflects her loneliness
  • Was not publicly recognized during her lifetime

33
Dorothea Dix
  • Worked to help the mentally ill
  • Reformed prison conditions
  • Educated people on mental illness

34
Horace Mann
  • Established modern public school system Father
    of Public Schools
  • Developed an educational system with grade levels
    teacher training

35
John James Audubon
  • Set up a society for the study of birds

36
George Catlin
  • Documented the tribal life of Native Americans
    throughout his travels of the west

37
Joseph Smith
  • Was the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement,
    also known as Mormonism,

38
Brigham Young
  • Young moved the Mormons in an exodus to Utah

39
Charles Grandison Finney
  • Was a minister of the gospel who became an
    important figure in the Second Great Awakening
  • Known as "the Father of modern revivalism"

40
Sarah Angelina Grimke
  • Daughters of a slave owner
  • First women to publicly argue against slavery

41
Susan B. Anthony
  • Led the fight for womens rights
  • Her efforts led to the 19th Amendment (womens
    suffrage)
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