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Title: Ch. 8 Reforming American Society


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Ch. 8 Reforming American Society
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81 Religion sparks
  • 1. Second Great Awakening
  • 2. Revival
  • 3. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • 4. Transcendentalism
  • 5. Henry David Thoreau
  • 6. Civil Disobedience

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  • 7. Unitarians
  • 8. Utopian Communities
  • 9. Dorthea Dix
  • 10. Efforts made to reform education (1830s)
  • 11. Some opposed paying tax for public school ed.
  • 12. Horace Mann-(Massachusetts) leader in public
    school reform movement
  • If we do not prepare children to be good
    citizens. If we do not enrich their minds with
    knowledge, our republic must go down to
    destruction as others have gone before.

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82 Slavery Abolition Obj Identify some key
abolitionists
  • 1. Abolition
  • 2. William Lloyd Garrison
  • 3. emancipation
  • 4. Frederick Douglas
  • 5. Typical work experiences of
  • rural southern states
  • 6. Urban slaves

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  • 7. Differences between rural urban slavery
  • 8. Nat Turner/Rebellion

Frederick Douglass with his second wife Helen
Pitts Dolass (sitting). The woman standing is her
sister Eva Pitts.
Scenes of Nat Turner's rebellion in Virginia.
Created in 1831.
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  • 9. Most Southerners responded to Nat Turners
    rebellion by wanting to defend slavery control
    their slaves.
  • Some did think they should free slaves to prevent
    revolts.
  • 10. Antebellum
  • Antebellum is a Latin word meaning "before war"
    (ante means before and bellum means war).
  • 11. Gag Rule

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83 Women Reform Obj Explain why womens
opportunities were limited in the mid-1800s
  • 1. Elizabeth Cady Stanton Lucretia Mott

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  • 2. Womens roles in mid 1800s
  • 3. Main restrictions for women
  • 4. Temperance Movement-
  • 5. Elizabeth Blackwell
  • 6. Catherine Beecher s survey on womens health
    found
  • 7. Amelia Bloomer

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  • 8. Seneca Falls Convention

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84 The Changing Workplace Obj Describe
conditions women employees endured in factories
  • 1. Cottage Industry
  • 2. Master (artisan)
  • 3. Journeyman
  • 4. Apprentice
  • 5. Mill owners hired women/girls b/c
  • 6. Results of the Lowell strike
  • 7. Employers won most strikes b/c

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  • 8. The great potato famine
  • 9. Most immigrants avoided the south b/c slavery
    limited their economic opportunities.
  • 10. The National trade union movement was
    important b/c..
  • Summary What were some changes in the workplace?

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  • 84 Summary

Workplace changes
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Chapter Summary
Impact of social reforms
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