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Quiz Ch 7 S4

Name the president who gave the longest speech during
his Inaugural address
2. Name the 10th President o...
Chapter 8

Reform- improving
something
Horace
Mann

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demanded tax
supported school
Double school
spending, increase
teacher’s salaries,
school year length...
Elizabeth Blackwell
• the first woman
to graduate
from medical
school and a
pioneer in
educating
women in
medicine
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Dorothea Dix
Mentally Ill
• Discover treatment towards
mentally ill jailed
•

•

"I proceed, Gentlemen, to call your at...
ABOLITIO
N

• the movement to end slavery
Frederick Douglas
•
•
•
•

born into slavery
taught to read and write
escaped
began own antislavery
paper (The North Star)
William Lloyd Garrison
• editor of an antislavery
paper (The Liberator)
• seeks immediate
emancipation (freeing of
slaves)
Sojourner Truth
• An ex-slave, she
was a speaker
against slavery
• Travel from state to
state to talk about
slavery
Second Great Awakening

Ideas from various denomination competed to
proclaim the message of a democratic God
Salvation to ...
Charles G. Finney
• Inspired emotional religious faith
• Used speaking style that was
filled with drama as prayer or
sermo...
Temperance Movement

Effort to prohibit drinking of alcohol

R1-6
“Cult of Domesticity”
 A woman’s place was in the home (it was a
refuge from the cruel world outside).
 Her role was to ...
Graphic Organizer
Horace Mann
Temperance
Education

“Reform”
Religion

Asylum &
Prison/Health

Revival

Abolitionism
Trans...
Women abolitionist

The 2nd Great Awakening inspired women
to improve society.

Angelina Grimké

Sarah Grimké

 Southern ...
R2-6/7

Women’s Rights

-Right to vote
-Equal pay
-Guardianship over children
-Equality over her own earning and property
...
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  1. 1. 1. Quiz Ch 7 S4 Name the president who gave the longest speech during his Inaugural address 2. Name the 10th President of US 3. Name one result of closing the BUS 4. Name the 7th President of US 5. Banks owned by Jackson’s friends are known as 6. Name the 8th President of US 7. One reason why Jackson vetoed the BUS 8. Name the 9th President of US 9. He was the first VP to succeed the Presidency 10. Name one thing that the 10th President did during his term.
  2. 2. Chapter 8 Reform- improving something
  3. 3. Horace Mann – – – demanded tax supported school Double school spending, increase teacher’s salaries, school year lengthen, trained teachers, curriculum reforms Led to compulsory education (all children required to attend school until certain age)
  4. 4. Elizabeth Blackwell • the first woman to graduate from medical school and a pioneer in educating women in medicine
  5. 5. – Dorothea Dix Mentally Ill • Discover treatment towards mentally ill jailed • • "I proceed, Gentlemen, to call your attention to the present state of Insane Persons confined within this cages, stalls, pens! Chained, naked, beaten with rods, and lashed into obedience." Convinced lawmaker to raise standards of care for mentally ill • Set up public hospitals for mentally ill Prison • Led to removal of bad habit through rehabilitation
  6. 6. ABOLITIO N • the movement to end slavery
  7. 7. Frederick Douglas • • • • born into slavery taught to read and write escaped began own antislavery paper (The North Star)
  8. 8. William Lloyd Garrison • editor of an antislavery paper (The Liberator) • seeks immediate emancipation (freeing of slaves)
  9. 9. Sojourner Truth • An ex-slave, she was a speaker against slavery • Travel from state to state to talk about slavery
  10. 10. Second Great Awakening Ideas from various denomination competed to proclaim the message of a democratic God Salvation to all people Revival – an emotional meeting to awaken religious faith
  11. 11. Charles G. Finney • Inspired emotional religious faith • Used speaking style that was filled with drama as prayer or sermon • Delivered messages by traveling from town to town “soul-shaking” conversion R1-2 The ranges of tents, the fires, reflecting light…; the candles and lamps illuminating the encampment; hundreds moving to and fro…;the preaching, praying, singing, and shouting,… like the sound of many waters, was enough to swallow up all the powers of contemplation.
  12. 12. Temperance Movement Effort to prohibit drinking of alcohol R1-6
  13. 13. “Cult of Domesticity”  A woman’s place was in the home (it was a refuge from the cruel world outside).  Her role was to “civilize” her husband and family. What It Would Be Like If Ladies Had Their Own Way!
  14. 14. Graphic Organizer Horace Mann Temperance Education “Reform” Religion Asylum & Prison/Health Revival Abolitionism Transcendentalism Women’s Rights
  15. 15. Women abolitionist The 2nd Great Awakening inspired women to improve society. Angelina Grimké Sarah Grimké  Southern Abolitionists R2-9 Lucy Stone  American Women’s Suffrage Assoc.  edited Woman’s Journal
  16. 16. R2-6/7 Women’s Rights -Right to vote -Equal pay -Guardianship over children -Equality over her own earning and property Lucretia Mott Elizabeth Cady Stanton Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments
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