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Paine wrote
The Age of Reform
how did the Second Great Awakening affect social classes?
widened lines
benefitted the Second Great Awakening
Methodists and baptists
best known Methodist "circuit rider"
Cartwright
greatest revival preacher
Finney
sinners sit in view of congregation
"anxious bench"
president of Oberlin College
Finney
"Burned Over District"
Western New York
believed Christ would return on October 22, 1844
Millerites or Adventists
Mormon leader killed at Carthage, Illinois
Smith
led Mormons to Utah
Young
kept Mormon's from forming the state of Utah
polygamy
Mann
Massachusetts Board of Education
Webster
dictionary
McGuffey
McGuffey's Reader
1st state supported university
North Carolina
founded Troy Female Seminary
Willard
admitted black and women students
Oberlin College
established Mount Holyoke Seminary
Lyon
best known transcendentalist
Emerson
improvements for the mentally ill
Doretha Dix
American Peace Society
Ladd
founded in Boston
American Temperance Society
wrote Ten Nights in a Barroom and What I Saw There
Arthur
temperance
teetolaism
Father of Prohibition
Dow
advocate for teachers
Beecher
Mott
Quaker women's rights advocate and abolitionist
left "obey" out of vows
Stanton
read Decaration of Independence as "all men and women are created equal"
Stanton
left "obey" out of vows
Stanton
read Declaration of Independence as "all men and women are created equal"
Stanton
Anthony
women's rights movement
first female graduate of a medical college
Blackwell
Fuller
The Dial
Grimke Sisters
antislavery
kept maiden name
Stone
Seneca Falls
(NY) site of women's rights convention
founded New Harmony, Indiana
Owens
founded Brook Farm
Ripley (transcendentalist)
founded Oneida Community
Noves
led the Shakers
Mother Ann Lee
mathemetician
Bowditch
oceanographer
Maury
scientist
Silliman
biology
Agassiz
botany
Gray
birds
Audubon
painted Washington (2)
Stuart and Peale
painted the Declaration of Independence
Trumbull
Daguerre
crude photographs
composed "Old Folks at Home"
Foster
wrote The Federalist
Hamilton, Jay, and Madison
Knickerbocker Group
Irving, Cooper, Bryant
unitarian who wrote "The American Scholar"
Emerson
wrote Walden and Civil Disobedience
Thoreau
wrote Leaves of Grass
Whitman
Father of Free Verse
Thoreau
Poet Laureate of Democracy
Whitman
Longfellow's occupation
poet
Poet Laureate of Antislaver Crusade
Whittier
poet who wrote the Biglow Papers
Lowell
wrote "The Last Leaf"
Holmes
women poets
Alcott and Dickinson
wrote Little Women
Alcott
Cooper of the South
Simms
Father of American History
Bancroft
Oregon Trail
Parkman
cotton was what fraction of American exports
1/2
the South produced what fraction of the world's cotton
1/2
popular Southern author
Scott
fraction of Southerners who owned slaves
1/4
mountain whites lived where
the Appalachains
Johnson
free black who had black slaves
made up a "third race"
free blacks
Douglass
former slave
legal importation of slaves ended
1808
only slave trader ever executed
Gordon
percentage of slaves that were illiterate
90%
led slave rebellion in Richmond
Gabriel
led slave rebellion in Charleston
Vesey
led slave rebellion in Virginia
Turner
American Colonization Society
transported blacks back to Africa
Liberia
Monrovia
abolished slaver
West Indies
went to Lane Theological Seminary
Weld
paid for Weld to go to Lane Theological Seminary
Tappan Brothers
wrote American Slavery As It Is
Weld
wrote The Liberator
Garrison
Phillips
prominent member of the American Anti-slavery Society
wrote Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World
Walker
Sojourner Truth
emancipation and women's rights
went to the Niger Valley
Delaney
burned a copy of the constitution
Garrison
3 political parties that were against slavery
Liberty Party, Free-Soil Party, and the Republican Party
slavery was banned to be talked about
Gag Resolution
targeted Garrison
Broadcloth Mob
martyr abolitionist
Lovejoy
opposed extending slavery west
"Free-soilers"