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28 Cards in this Set

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a belief that married wonen should restrict activities to their home and family
cult of domesticity
-at worlds anit-slavery convention
-seneca falls convention
Lucretia Mott
a rule limitating or preventing debate on an issue
gag rule
-Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott
-300 men and women
Seneca Falls convention-
-Isabella Boumfree
-slave first 30 years of life
-freed when NY abolished slavery (1827)
-supported abolition
-traveled and preached
Sojourner Truth
-published An Appeal to Christian Women of the South
-Letters on the Equality of the Sexes and the condition of women
-schools for women
-spoke for abolition
Angelina Grimke
Letters on the Equality of the Sexes and Condition of Women
-schools for women
-spoke for abolition
Sarah Grimke
movement to end slavery
-free black
-told blacks to fight for freedom rather than wait for freedom
David Walker
-born into slavery
-learned to read and write
-education pathway to freedom
-ship caulker
-top wages but couldn't keep them
-borrowed identity of free black
-liked Liberator
-sponsored lecurer of American Anti-slavery society
-broke w/ Garrison
-began owm Anti-slavery newspaper
-North Star
Fredrick Douglass
-born into slavery
-gifted preacher
-thought chosen to lead ppl out of bondage
-1831 eclipse of sun-signal for actions
-attacked 4 plantations
-killed 60 whites
-hid several weeks, tried, hung
Nat Turner
freeing of slaves w/ no payment to slave holders
belonging to the period before the civil war
an organized effort to prevent the drinking of alcohol
temperance movement
-white abolistionist
-wants immediate emancipation
William Lloyd Garrison
-timed marriage to go w/ husband for World's Anti-slavery Convention
-held Seneca Falls convention
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
-most famous preacher of the ers, he inspired emotionalreligious faith, using a speaking style that was as much high drama as prayer or sermon
-thought u decided own faith
-"father of modern revivalism"
Charles Gradson Finney
19th century religious movement in which individual responsibility for seeking salvation was emphasized along with the need for personal and social improvement
2nd Great Awakening
an emotional meeting to awaken religious faith through impassioned preaching and prayer
-could last 3 or 4 days
-ppl studied the Bible and examined souls
-in evening heard vey emotional preaching
-New England writer nurtured pride in their culture
-led group practicing transcendentalism
Ralph Waldo Emerson
a philosophical and literary movement that emphasized living a simple life and celebrated the truth found living a simple live and celebrated the truth found
-put the idea of self-reliance into practice
-built cabin and lived by himself for 2 years
-civil disobedience
Henry David Thoreau
the refusual to ovey lawas which are seen as unjust in an effort to bring about a change in governmental policy
civil disobedience
an experimental community designed to be a perfect society in which its members could live together in harmony
utopian communities
-compelled by personal ezperience to join the movement for social reform
-forrifed to discover jails housed mentally ill
-1843 sent report to Ma legislature made law to improve conditions
-1845-1852 persuaded 9 southern states to set up hospitals for the mentally ill
Dorothea Dix
empasized reason and appeals to conscience as the paths to perfection
-followers mostly wealthy and educated
-believed conversion was a gradual thing
-William Ellery Channing- pominent leader
-believed social and individual reform were both possible and important
-believed all people black or whte belonged to same god
-in south- slaves went to same churches but in diff pews
-north-different churches
African Amerian Churches
first communities in Ny and on frontier
-believed men and women were equal
-refused to fight
-cant get married or have children
-relied on adoptions and convetrs
-1840s 6000 members
1999 only 7