Flashcards in Chapter 15 Deck (29):
What are communities based on a vision of a perfect society?
What was the village created by a utopian believer?
New Harmony, Indiana
What was the wave of religious fervor in the 1800’s?
Second Great Awakening
How did the 2nd Great Awakening begin?
What does temperance mean?
Drinking little or no alcohol
What was the first school for the hearing impaired?
What did Dorothea Dix do?
Reformed care of the mentally ill
What were writers Margaret Fuller, Henry David Thoreau, and Ralph Waldo Emerson?
What did transcendentalists stress?
The relationship between humans and nature and the human conscience
What was Washington Irving famous for being and what did he write?
First author and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
What novel explored the issue of slavery and was the best selling novel of the 19th century?
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Who wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Who were reformers who wanted to abolish slavery?
Who was the first white abolitionist to call for the immediate and complete emancipation of slaves?
William Lloyd Garrison
Who was the most well known abolitionist?
How did he learn how to read and write?
He taught himself
What was the name of the newspaper that abolitionist edited?
What did Frederick Douglas believe destroyed America’s ideals of freedom?
Injustice of slavery
What did Frederick Douglas do with help of friends in 1847?
Purchase his freedom
Who worked for women’s rights as an abolitionist?
Where was she born?
Why did she choose her new name?
She said "I will walk in the light of God's truth"
What was a network of escape routes out of the South for enslaved people?
The Underground Railroad
Who was the most famous conductor of that system?
Where was the first women’s rights convention?
Seneca Falls, New York
What was the most controversial issue at this conference?
Know the differences between the Constitution preamble and Declaration of Independence Natural Rights.
Who called for equal pay, college training, and coeducation?
Susan B. Anthony