SS Final

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Second Great Awakening new spirits of reforms/ revivals
Elizabeth Blackwell First women to receive a medical degree in the U.S.
Mary Lyon Founded the first college for women, Mount Holyoke
Harriet Beecher Stowe Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin
Horace Mann "Father of the public school system
Harriet Tubman led more than 300 slaves to freedom
Sojourner Truth advocate of the abolitionist of slavery/ the rights of women
Sarah and Angelina Grimke first American women advocates of abolition and women rights
Elijah Lovejoy murdered by a mob for his abolitionist views
Elizabeth Cady Stanton suffragette/ L.Mott/ organized first conventioneer women's rights
Seneca Falls Convention first national women's rights convention
Catherine Beecher and Emma Hart Willard Advocates for women's rights, educated women
Lyman Beecher temperance movement leader
David Walker black abolitionist called for immediate emancipation/ slaves
Samuel Cornish and John Russwurm Founded first African American newspaper
Samuel Gridley Howe developed books with large raised letters/ read with fingers
Lucretia Mott A Quaker who attended an anti-slavery convention in 1840
Temperance Movement drinking little or no alcohol
Dorothea Dix responsible for improving conditions: jails, insane asylums
Underground Railroad following a network of escape routes to the north
Susan B. Anthony campaigned for women's rights/temperance was an abolitionist
William Lloyd Garrison editor of the radical abolitionist newspaper "The Liberator"
Margaret Fuller social reformer/ leader in women's movement/ transcendalist
Marriage and Family Laws the right of women to own property after their marriage
Thomas Gallaudet established first american school for the hearing impaired
Missouri Compromise preserved the balance between slave and free states in the U.S.
The Confederacy states that seceded from america
Northern Views of Brown saw brown as a martyr and believed he did the right thing
Party of the South Democrats
Charles Sumner delivered speech/ Senate was attacked/ pro slavery forces in Kansas
Winner of the Illinois Senate race in 1858 Stephen A. Douglas
Attack on Fort Sumter started the civil war
Uncle Tom's Cabin book stressed the moral evil of slavery
Presidential Vote 1856: Who won? James Buchanan
Reaction to Secession: South welcomes and many wanted it
Northern Reaction to the Fugitive Slave Laws resented the laws
Raid on Harpers Ferry John Brown/ arsenal/ tried to sell guns to start slavery revolt
Who was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who handed down the Dred Scott decision? Roger B. Taney
Fugitive Slave Act fines on people/ jail terms to people who helped fugitives escape
Southern Justification for Leaving States' Rights
Southern Views of John Brown saw brown as a murderer and a treasonous
Kansas-Nebraska Act vote to decide whether slavery would be legal or outlawed
Crittenden Compromise protect slavery in territories below the 36o30'
What was the first state to secede South Carolina
who was nominated by the Republican party in the 1856 election? John Fremont
Became the Party of the North Republicans
Bleeding Kansas violence erupted to populate Kansas as a free or slave state
Wilmot Proviso would ban slavery in lands that might be acquired from Mexico
Stephen A. Douglas Won the senate election in 1858
Reaction to Secession: North many people did not want it
Election of 1860: Who won Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis elected Confederate president
John Brown extreme abolitionist
John C. Calhoun Proposal California free state/ new territories no limits on slavey
Free-Soil Party against slavery/ left their clan because of their anger
Federal Commissioner Got $5 for releasing defendant/ Got #10 to return o slave holder