In the years between the Seneca Falls Convention and the Civil War, powerful links existed between antislavery and women’s rights advocates. Virtually all women’s rights advocates supported abolitionIn the years between the Seneca Falls Convention and the Civil War, powerful links existed between antislavery and women’s rights advocates. Virtually all women’s rights advocates supported abolition
Not all abolitionists supported women’s rights, however; since some believed that it was inappropriate for women to be engaged in public, political action
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Thematic essay questionThematic essay question
Directions: Write a well-organized essay that includes an introduction, several paragraphs addressing the task below, and a conclusion
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Missouri Compromise & Indian Removal ActMissouri Compromise & Indian Removal Act
Indian Removal Act allowed the removal of Indians to Oklahoma
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Identifying main ideasIdentifying main ideas
Humans are naturally bad b. Individuals should rely on outward rituals and group worship c. People’s lives have been predetermined by God d. Humans should be self-reliant and act on their beliefs
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Reforming Society a spiritual Awakening Inspires ReformsReforming Society a spiritual Awakening Inspires Reforms
Poverty, alcoholism, illiteracy, overcrowded housing, poor health care, abuse of women and declining moral values – these problems began to infect cities in the Northern states. Therefore
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75 United States History Regents Review Questions75 United States History Regents Review Questions
Use your review book and other sources to answers these questions. Knowing the answers will be an excellent start in preparing for the Regents examination
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The Women’s Movement by Lara BoveThe Women’s Movement by Lara Bove
In 1869 women could vote in Wyoming. At that time Wyoming was only a territory. It became a state in 1890 and gave women full voting rights, including voting for President of the United States
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Theodore Parker (Alex Eiffert)Theodore Parker (Alex Eiffert)
Congregational Society of Boston, and became a Unitarian preacher. Parker continued life combating what he viewed as unjust organizations, specifically slavery. In 1857, he became ill with tuberculosis
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Key Concept 1: The United States developed the world’s first modern mass democracy and celebrated a new national culture, while Americans sought to define the nation’s democratic ideals and to reform its institutions to match themKey Concept 1: The United States developed the world’s first modern mass democracy and celebrated a new national culture, while Americans sought to define the nation’s democratic ideals and to reform its institutions to match them
Nation’s transformation to a more participatory democracy was accompanied by continued debates over federal power, the relationship between the federal government and the states
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Reading and compositionReading and composition
Prerequisite: Qualification for the Honors Program. Qualify through the English assessment process, or engl 105 or esl 34. Grading: letter grade. Eligibility for the Honors program is required for enrollment
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Us history & Government Study Guide II. Foundations of us governmentUs history & Government Study Guide II. Foundations of us government
Choose one of the key people and highlight their achievements and the impact these achievements had on this time period in this section
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Reform Movements in Antebellum AmericaReform Movements in Antebellum America
Reform Movements in Antebellum America name
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Sanborn 8 thSanborn 8 th
Students will be required to explain, describe, analyze and evaluate information throughout this unit and will achieve mastery by demonstrating each of these skills
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Honors us history Name Unit 2 Test – Expansion and Reform Multiple ChoiceHonors us history Name Unit 2 Test – Expansion and Reform Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. Please answer on the green side of your ScanTron Sheet
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Chapter 8 Summary: Religion and Reform (1812-1860) ssush7Chapter 8 Summary: Religion and Reform (1812-1860) ssush7
Religion Sparks Reform: a religious revival sweeps the United States. In its wake, many people press for reforms including the end of slavery, the granting of equal rights to women, and increase rights for workers
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