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What was Catherine beecher's philosophy?

see a need in society and fill it.

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Beecher nevers married because she dedicated herself to what?

teaching, writing, and helping

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what did Beecher believe about women?

that women were central to the success of a strong, democratic nation.

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As a result of industrialization and urbanization lower class women did what?

took jobs in factories

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As a result of industrialization and urbanization middle class women did what?

were freed from chores and growing their own food because the products were on the shelves

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women were expected to do what?

to remain in the home, raise and educate their children, entertain guests, serve their husbands, do community service, and do home activities

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in this division of labor men did what?

engaged in public activities such as politics, law, and public speaking

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Horace Mann

did the things for school

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Dorthea dix

prisons

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Frederick douglass

former slave turned abolitions who worked with lincoln as his advisor and spoke and conventions and started his own newpaper

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could women keep the money they earned?

know they had to give it to a husband or father

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could women keep the money they earned?

know they had to give it to a husband or father

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how did catherine beecher seek reform

she did it within the rules of her time and culture

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what did catherine beecher write about and push

womens education

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what happened when worn became more educated

they wanted to use it more outside of their home

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true or false, women played an important role in reform, temperance, and aboliton

true

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what propelled women into the world of politics

the battle to end slavery

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women who participated in the abolitionist movement saw parallels in what?

the plight of enslaved african americans and the statue of women

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did women writers have an enormous effect on public opinion on slavery?

yes

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men felt what about women

they should only use their influence within the families

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men felt what about women

they should only use their influence within the families

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at the World anti-slavery convention in England, what happened?

women were prohibited from attending even though they had lots of influence on abolition

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at the World anti-slavery convention in England, what happened?

women were prohibited from attending even though they had lots of influence on abolition

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Lucretia mott

became a quaker and became an abolitionist and sheltered slave fugitives

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Elizabeth Cady stanton

studied law in her fathers office in her footsteps wh was a US congressman and eventual lawyer. she saw how women were treated and

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who'd stanton marry

an abolitonist lawyer

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who started the seneca falls convention

mott and stanton

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who started the seneca falls convention

mott and stanton

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Seneca falls convention?

first women's rights convention in us history

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what were the historic set of resolutions stanton presented called

declaration of sentiments

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how many resolutions passed at women's convention?

12

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what did the ninth resolution call for

womens suffrage

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what is suffrage

right to vote

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what did the suffrage resolution do

divide people and made som people leave the movement

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why did the seneca convention take long to catch on

people still believed in beeches thought that women should influence society through their home

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why did the seneca convention take long to catch on

people still believed in beechers thought that women should influence society through their home

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why did the convention end up having a big impact

many more women got college degrees

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elizabeth blackwell

first women to earn a medical diploma and started the first school of nursing

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maria mitchell

first woes astronamur

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what was in high demand in the early 1800s?

cheap labor in factories, and building of canals and railroads

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what was in high demand in the early 1800s?

cheap labor in factories, and building of canals and railroads

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what was in high demand in the early 1800s?

cheap labor in factories, and building of canals and railroads

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who built railroads

the little yellow fellers (chinese)

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where did most immigrants come from?

northern europe

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where did most immigrants come from?

northern europe

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what was the potato famine and what happened as a result

potato a min staple crop for irish was hit by a disease. lots of food was lost. people homeless especially farmers, could afford to move over to us, some people did

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nuetralized?

to apply and be granted american citizenship, this is what the irish did

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who reached out to irish immigrants as voters

the democrats

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why did people not like the irish

bc they were taking their jobs and the ocmapnies used them against the strikers who wanted more money but the irish would work for very little

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why did people not like the irish

bc they were taking their jobs and the ocmapnies used them against the strikers who wanted more money but the irish would work for very little

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where did irish settle

cities

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where did germans settle and why

west because they were use to farming and could do it there

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where did germans settle and why

west because they were use to farming and could do it there

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why did germans come over?

many failed rebellions especially regarding religion

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re;pious tension occurred in us why

bc irish were catholic and believed in their ways but the US was mostly puritan

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discrimination

the unequal treatment of a group bc of their nationality, race, sex, or religion

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discrimination

the unequal treatment of a group bc of their nationality, race, sex, or religion

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why was there discimination

people felt threatened by immigrants

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why did the puritans not like the catholic relgion

they believed the catholics placed tooo much emphasis on the pope's authority and rituals and that it discourage individual thinking

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anti immigrant citizens formed what?

american republican party

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american republican party wanted what

a person to have to be in the us for 21 years to be a citizen

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what were some of the tensions in the north and south

over slavery especially but churches as well

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what churches fought in the south

methodist and baptist

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what churches fought in the south

methodist and baptist

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baptist national membership split into what>

one group left and formed the southern baptist convention

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why did south not like reform

like tradition and got offended by some such aswomens rights

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why did the south not want to reform

bc their way of doings things was fine

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southern women did what

they on a big farm supervised households and on a small farm helped farm, helped manage planation, teach kids

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southern women did what

they on a big farm supervised households and on a small farm helped farm, helped manage planation, teach kids

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david walker

guy who bought sailors clothes, put a antislavery pamphlet in them then turned around and sold them

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david walker

guy who bought sailors clothes, put a antislavery pamphlet in them then turned around and sold them

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Sojourner truth

former black slave, who spoke at many conventions for anti slavery

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soujourner means what?

travel up and down the land

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what did truth do at revival meetings

speak about GOd

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Sarah and Angelica Grimeke

sisters who wrote pamphlets prompting southern officials to ban and burn the publications

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Harriet Tubman

duh

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william Lloyd Garrison

oden lloyds brother.....

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william Lloyd Garrison

oden lloyds brother.....

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Lyman Beecher

a popular preacher who's daughter was catherine beecher

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Lyman Beecher

a popular preacher who's daughter was catherine beecher

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william lloyd garrison published a paper called

the liberator

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what was the liberator supported by

free blacks

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what group did garrison form

american antislavery society

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how many people in the merican anti slavery society

roughly 150,00o

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how many pamphlets did the anti slavery society give out

more than one million a year

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martin delany

one of the first blacks to graudte harvard medical school

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elijah p lovejoy edited what

St. Louis Observor

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in elijahs paper there was what

denouncement of slavary and gradual emanipation

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opponents did what to lovejoy

destroy his printing presses and attached his building and he was shot and killed trying to defend it.