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was the country of the potato famine
Ireland
wanted an immediate end to slavery
Garrison
was transcendentalist editor of the Dial
Fuller
wanted no marriages in her Shaker communes
Ann Lee
was what Miller said would end in 1843
the world
wanted to restrict immigration to America
Nativists
were the people Gallaudet wanted to help
deaf
was concerned with helping prisoners and the mentally ill
Dorothea Dix
Taught all were married to each other at his commune of Oneida
Noyes
Started Mt. Holyoke as a college for women
Lyon
nature was shown in the paintings of
Thomas Cole
favored prohibition rather than temperance
Dow
was the man who wanted common schools
Mann
popularized horror stories and detective stories
Poe
did not rhyme his poems in Leaves of Grass
Whitman
was where _______ wanted to send the slaves
Robert finley - Liberia
wrote Moby dick, wrote about the ____
Melville - sea
wrote about Puritans in The Scarlet Letter
Hawthorne
were the people Howe wanted to help
blind
spent a night in jail because of his "civil disobedience"
Thoreau
is what many German immigrants became
farmers
gave eye witness accounts of slave mistreatment in American Slavery as it is
Weld
believed in an oversoul as leader of transcendentalism
Emerson
was a famous conductor on the underground railroad
Harriet Tubman
led the Great Awakening
Finney
women should have more rights according to:
The Seneca Falls Declaration
thought the world was giong to end in 1843 - started movement
miller
Walden
book written by Thoreau
Civil Disobedience
essay written by thoreau about slavery + the Mexican War
Brook Farm
utopian commune that didn't last for very long
Shakers
religious utopian commune started by Ann Lee
started the Harmony Society
George Rapp
Romanticism
emphasis on feelings
Nativist's Political party
Know-Nothing Party
Lyman Beecher
minister - leader in temperence movement
McGuffey's Readers
taught good morals
wanted girls trained to be teachers
Beecher
founded Troy Female Seminary - wanted to show that girls could do advanced academic work
Willard
Oberlin College
first co-ed college
Abolitionist newspaper published by Garrison
The Liberator
people against slavery - with Finley as leader
American Colonization Society
former slave against the recolonization of slaves
David Walker
sister abolitionists from the south - Appeal to the christian women of the south
Angelina and Sarah Grimke
Abolitionist leader - wanted gradual end to slavery - former slave
Frederick Douglass
went to big anti-slavery conference - leader of women's rights movement
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
reform leader w/ Stanton
Lucretia Mott
Seneca Falls Convention
conference for women's rights
former slave - abolition + women's rights - powerful speaker
Sojourner Truth
Susan B. Anthony
political issues - women's rights leader
1st woman to go to medical school
Elizabeth Blackwell