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Began in the 1790s- a religious activism

Second Great Awakening

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A religious activism

evangelism

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most famous preacher of the second great awakening era

Charles Gandison Finney

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Insisted that people could improve themselves and society

Individual responsibility

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outdoor camps that lasted 4-5 days and drew upwards of 20000 people

revivals

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from philly and created the bethel african church
duscussed the possibility of a settlement in canada for free blacks and fugitive slaves

Richard ALlen

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became the african methodist episcpoal church
became center for political, cultural, and social exchange

Ame

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a philosophical and literary movement that emphasized living a simple life
celebrated the truth found in nature and in personal emotion and imagination

Trancendentalism

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Nature
"Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no pat and leave a trail"
"The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall"
"A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes"

Raphl Waldo emerson

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Henry David Thoreau

Walden
Civil Disobedience

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2 Utopian communities

New Harmony, Indiana
Brook famr
shaker town

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more than 100 societies were founded by 1800
advocating resettling African Americans in Africa

Resettlement

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to outlaw slavery

abolition

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freeing slaves with no payment to the slaveholders

Emancipation

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worked from dawn to dusk

platantion slavery

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lived and worked along side their owners on small famrs

field worker

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shortage of white labors and skilled workers in the south
could by there freedom

Urban Slaves

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Nat turners rebellion

led a rebellion of 80 followers in South Hampton County, Virginia
killed 60 whites on 4 plantations

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time period before the civil war

antebellum period

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What was the name of the "reader" textbook used for much of the late 1700s and early 18--s

Mcguffy reader

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emphasized the idea of rehabilitation for priseoneres

dorthoea dix

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became the first superintendent of schools in massa

Horace man

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leader of the slavery and abolition mvoement

william lloyd garison

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advocated by a free black man and wrote "Appeal to the colored citizens of the world"

David Walker

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Had been a slave, learned to read and write from his slave owners wife (his quote)

Frederick Douglas

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Spoke in favor of abolition

Sarah and Angelina Grimke

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Connecticut minister led a campaign in 1825

Lyman Beecher

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Opened the troy female seminary in Troy Ny

Emma Willard

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mount Holoke female seminary college

mary lyon

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became the first women graduate of a medical school

elizabeht blackwell

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first lady to wear pants

ameila bloomer

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leaders of women right movement-right to vote

Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott