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A reform in response to rising alcohol consumption concerns.

Cult of True Womanhood

The redefinition of preconceived roles women were assigned by the marketplace.

Seneca Falls Convention

A Convention of women's rights activists in New York where an unofficial revision of the Constitution that stated that all men and women are created equal. It led to the 19th Amendment.

Charles Grandison Finney

A lawyer who used his profession as means to preach. He was the spokesman of the Second Great Awakening.

Joseph Smith

The founder of the Mormons, also known as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He would lead them to establish numerous Mormon cities: Palmyra, New York where the Book of Mormon would be printed, Kirtland, Ohio, and Nauvoo, Illinois.

Oneida Community

Home of John Humphrey Noyes, a Yale-educated congregationalist minister who fled to Oneida, New York after being indicted for adultery. It was there that Humphrey would create the ideology of complex marriage which consisted of a man or woman having sexual relations with whomever they chose once they experienced Saving Grace.


Much related to old philosopher venues like Socrates, lyceums were places where debates, lectures, and forums would take place.

Frederick Douglas

The author of Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave. Douglas, among others, would write about the hellish conditions of the South spreading awareness and aiding in the Abolitionist Movement.


A pseudo-scientific belief that posed a link between the shapes of someone's head and their character personality. This gave rise to ceramic heads that contained charts and diagrams of the head, and were common house decorations during this time.


A new form of philosophy that focused on nature and its relationship with mankind.