Reform Movement
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  • Question 1
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    Why did Congress honor this woman by putting her on a coin?

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    Because she was an influential First Lady

    Because she designed the nations first flag

    Because she fought for womens suffrage

    Because she was the first woman elected to Congress

  • Question 2
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    The reform efforts of Dorothea Dix during the mid-nineteenth century led to -

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    improved education for immigrant children

    the creation of worker safety regulations

    the expansion of suffrage for women

    improved facilities for the mentally ill and disabled

  • Question 3
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    This leader inspired followers of the abolitionist movement by-

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    writing Uncle Tom's Cabin

    publishing the anti-slavery newspaper The North Star

    organizing the Underground Railroad

    becoming the first African American senator

  • Question 4
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    Which of the following was an argument made against slavery in the 13 colonies?

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    Manufacturers argued that slavery discouraged the development of industry

    Farmers argued that using slave labor was expensive and inefficient

    Quakers argued that slavery violated Christian principles

    Puritans argued that the slave trade encouraged materialism

  • Question 5
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    What group was among the first to call for an end to slavery?

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    American Indians, because they view the plight of slaves as similar to their own

    Quakers, because slavery contradicted their religious beliefs

    British loyalists, because Great Britain had ended the slave trade

    Puritans, because the New England economy did not rely on slavery

  • Question 6
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    How did the growth of these organizations most affect the role of women in US society?

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    by providing economic opportunities for women in urban areas

    by expanding the participation of women in social reform

    By increasing the number of women teachers in rural areas

    By securing the establishment of private universities for women

  • Question 7
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    The abolitionist movement achieved its goal with the passage of which amendment?

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    12th amendment

    13th amendment

    14th amendment

    15th amendment

  • Question 8
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    What was one major effect of the Second Great Awakening?

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    Churches turned away from public politics and focused on religious issues

    People were inspired to join reform movements to address social problems

    Religious leaders petitioned legislatures to extend suffrage to women

    Politicians were encouraged to promote states rights rather than federal unity

  • Question 9
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    The theme represented in this painting is most associated with?

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    the 19th century temperance movement

    books and songs supporting the nativist movement

    the works of artists from the Hudson River School

    the 19th century industrial boom

  • Question 10
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    The Hudson River School artisists were influenced by the -

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    success of social reform movements in the US

    migration of settlers to the US frontier

    natural landscape of the United States

    environmental effects of the US. industrialization

  • Question 11
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    Which movement did Emerson lead?

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    Temperance

    Abolitionism

    The Second Great Awakening

    Transcendentalism

  • Question 12
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    This painting was completed in 1864, just before the end of the Civil War. At that time, what idea did the western frontier represent to many Americans?

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    The need to establish national parks

    The threat of industrial pollution

    The abundance of wildlife

    The promise of a new beginning for the nation

  • Question 13
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    This person wanted to reform education for poor children.

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    Horace Mann

    Dorothea Dix

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton

    Billie Elish

  • Question 14
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    A convention was held in Seneca Falls, New York. This convention was meant to address the issue of

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    Mental health

    Womens Rights

    Temperance Movement

    To determine how Mr. Schmitt got sooooooo good looking. It isn't fair, and everyone wanted to get together to complain because he is so much better looking than everyone else.

  • Question 15
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    Mr. Schmitt is better looking than me. He is my HERO. He smells amazing and I want to be like him with his shiny bald head and giant genius brain.

    answer choices

    True

    False

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