Age of reform(1)

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Age of reform(1)

  1. 1. ~Age of Reform~ Dr. Romero
  2. 2.      I. Second great Awakening (1800-1850) South – cane ridge, Kentucky (1801) North-Revivalism turns to reform  Missionary & Benevolent Societies American bible society Temperance society II. Institutional reform Free public education  Goals  Horace Mann  Better textbooks  Better training
  3. 3.  College education  Adult education/lyceums  Special institutions  Deaf- Thomas Galludet  Blind- Samuel Gridley Howe  Insane-Dorothea Dix  Prison/criminal   punishment III. Radical Reform Abolition movement  5th amendment
  4. 4.  American colonization society (1817) Liberia  Abolitionists Radicals-William Lloyd Garrison Quaker Influence The liberator Moderates-Theodore Dwight Weld Black abolitionists-Fredrick Douglas  Women’ s rights movements slavery Issues Slavery 2nd class citizenship (divorce, children) Property
  5. 5. Seneca Falls (1848)  Utopian Communities European roots Types Secular Non-secular Examples- Ann Lee-Shakers Robert Owen- New Harmony Charles Fourier-phalanxes  Literature-transcendentalism  Fads & Fashions  1) Bloomers  2) Phrenology  3) Vegetarianism  4) Seances
  6. 6. Seneca Falls (1848)  Utopian Communities European roots Types Secular Non-secular Examples- Ann Lee-Shakers Robert Owen- New Harmony Charles Fourier-phalanxes  Literature-transcendentalism  Fads & Fashions  1) Bloomers  2) Phrenology  3) Vegetarianism  4) Seances

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