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hansan
nevaeh
kate
jonahs kinda dumb
revival
second great awakening
predestination
social reform
movement
temperance
debtor

Reform Movements Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Liberty
Religion
Alcohol
Anti Slavery Society
Revivals
Equality
Votes
Reform Movements
Abolitionism
Women Rights
American
Industrial Revolution
Reform
Slaves
The Second Great Awakening

Reformers Crossword Puzzle

Type
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Description

the right to vote in political elections Sufferage
and network of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th-century enslaved people of African descent in the United States in efforts to escape to free states and Canada with the aid of abolitionists allies who were sympathetic to their cause. Underground Railroad
making changes in order to improve something. Reform
an improvement in the condition or strength of something. Revival
individual conscience. Transcendentalism
Spiritual revival and the need for social reform. Second Great Awakening
a state of being a slave. Slavery
a movement to end slavery. Abolitionism
restraint from an alcoholic beverage. Temperance
a state of being equal. Equality

Reform Movements of the 1800s Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Elizabeth Stanton
Grimke Sisters
Frederick Douglass
The North Star
The Liberator
William Lloyd Garrison
public schools
Dorothea Dix
Abolition
Sojourner Truth
Seneca Falls Convention
Education Reform
Horace Mann
Prison Reform
Second Great Awakening
reform
Declaration of Sentiments
abolitionist

The Progressive Era Word Search

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Description

WILSON
UPTON SINCLAIR
ROOSEVELT
HOOVER
PROGRESSIVE
TEMPERANCE
SOCIAL REFORMERS
WOMENS RIGHTS
CIVIL RIGHTS
SENECA FALLS
NEW YORK CITY
ROARING TWENTIES
WORKING CONDITIONS
CHILD LABOR
YWCA
SUFFRAGE
CARRIE NATION
JANE ADDAMS
INDUSTRIALIZATION
LABOR UNIONS
IMMIGRANTS

Martin Luther and Reformation Word Search

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Council
Europe
France
Ulrich Zwingli
Calvin
inquisition
counter reformation
predestination
Printing press
Erfurt
Germany
Ninety five theses
university
Wittenberg
martin Luther
Pamphlet
Reformation
protestant

The Age of Reform Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sudden push or driving force impulse
to change from one political party, religion, or way of life to another convert
to get rid of eliminate
by way of via
to keep out of or to reject exclude
strong feeling such as anger, sadness, or love emotion
to make a copy reproduce
organized attempts to improve conditions of life social reform
the idea that God decided the fate of a person's soul even before birth predestination
the most important of this new generation of preachers Charles Finney
huge outdoor religious meeting revival
an organized effort to end alcohol abuse and the problems created by it temperance movement
a total ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol prohibition
Massachusetts schoolteacher who took up the cause of prison reform Dorothea Dix
free schools supported by taxes public schools
from Massachusetts who took the lead in education reform Horace Mann
reformers who wanted to abolish, or end slavery abolitionist
one of the most forceful voiced for abolition William Lloyd Garrison
the most powerful speaker for abolitionism, published "North Star", escaped slavery and learned to read Frederick Douglass
had herself escaped from slavery, escorted more than 300 people to freedom via the Underground railroad Harriet Tubman
powerful voice on behalf of both enslaved African Americans and women Sojourner Truth
a Quacker, had spent years working in the anti-slavery movement Lucretia Mott
abolitionist who Mott met at an international anti-slavery convention, agreed to have a convention to advance women's rights Elizabeth Cady Stanton
the right of women to vote womens suffrage
an organized effort to improve the political, legal, and economic status of women in American society womens rights movement
a close ally of Stanton and together they founded the National Woman Suffrage Association in 1869 Susan B Anthony
a movement that sought to explore the relationship between humans and nature through emotions rather than through reason transcendentalism
the leading transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson
unique importance of each individual individualism
took up Emerson's challenge at using their "inner light" Henry David Thoreau
idea that people should peacefully disobey unjust laws if their consciences demand it civil disobedience
began to challenge the tone of American literature Herman Melville
also began to challenge the tone of American literature Nathaniel Hawthorne
presented a gentler view of New England life, wrote "Little Women" Louisa May Alcott

America History of our Nation | Chapter 12 | An Age of Reform | 1820-1860 Crossword

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Description

organized attempt to reform settings or conditions of life Social Reform
the idea the God decided the fate of every persons soul, even before birth predestination
powerful national revival preacher Charles finny
huge outdoor religious meeting Revival
organized effort to stop alcohol abuse and the many problems caused by it Temperance movement
a total ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol Prohibition
helped to reform "prisons" for the mentaly ill Dorthea Dix
free schools supported by taxes Public schools
took a lead in educational reform; head of State Board of Education Horace Mann
reformers who wanted to abollish or end slavery abolitionist
opposed use of violence to end slavery; more radical then others, did not only favor end to slavery, wanted full rights for African Americans William loyd garrison
born into slavery in NY though illiterate she gave powerful speeches Sojourner truth
spent years working in the anti-slavery movement Lucretia
met Lucretia Mott |they tried to get into an international anti-slavery convention but were denied because they were women Elizibeth cady staton
The right for women to vote Women suffrage
an organized attempt to inprove the political, legal, and economic status of women in American society Women's right movement
close ally of Elizabeth Cady Stanton; fought for women's rights Susan B. Anthony
a movement that sought to explore the relationship between humans and animals through emotions rather then through reason transendentalism
leading transendentalist, United States writer and leading exponent of transcendentalism (1803-1882) Ralph Waldo Emerson
the unique importance of each individual Individualism
American writer. A seminal figure in the history of American thought, he spent much of his life in Concord, Massachusetts, where he became associated with the New England transcendentalists and lived for two years on the shore of Walden Pond (1845-1847). His works include "Civil Disobedience" (1849) and Walden (1854). Henry David Thoreau

The Progressive Movement Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Amendment that congress shall collect taxes 16 Amendment
Amendment that gives you the right to vote directly for senators 17 Amendment
Amendment that prohibited sale and drinking of an alcoholic beverage 18 Amendment
Amendment that gave women the right to vote 19 Amendment
The right or ability to present a new bill Initiative
Search and Expose real or alleged corruption Muckraker
Civil rights organization NAACP
Philosophy of progress Progressivism
Prevention by the law Prohibition
act of recalling someone or something Recall
general vote of single political question Referendum
inner city area providing services Settlement House
social reform of christian faith Social Gospel
right to vote in political elections suffrage
abstinence for alcoholic Temperance

Social Reform Antebellum Era Crossword puzzle By Anthony Meyer

Type
Crossword
Description

having or showing high moral standards. Virtuous
the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction Education
the right to vote in political elections. Suffrage
without opposition; with the agreement of all people involved Unanimously
a firm decision to do or not to do something Resolution
restraint from alcoholic drink Temperance
a colorless volatile flammable liquid Alcohol
formally forbid (something) by law, rule, or other authority. Prohibit
a member of a warlike Asiatic nomadic people who ravaged Europe in the 4th–5th centuries. Huns
the ability to read and write. Literacy
rights that promote a position of legal and social equality of women with men. Women's rights
A political leader of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries; one of the Founding Fathers; the leader of the Democratic-Republican party. Thomas Jefferson
A reformer of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, known especially for her advocacy of women's suffrage. Susan B. Anthony
American Quaker, abolitionist, a women's rights activist, and a social reformer. Lucretia Mott
A reformer and feminist who joined with Lucretia Mott in issuing the call for the first women's rights convention in America Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Husband of Lucretia Mott was an American Quaker, abolitionist, a women's rights activist, and a social reformer James Mott
An abolitionist of the nineteenth century. an escaped slave, was an especially captivating speaker Frederick Douglass
an American educational reformer and Whig politician dedicated to promoting public education. Horace Mann
a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy. Advocate
A reform movement is the kind of social movement that aims to make gradual change Social Reform

Industrial Revolution and Reformers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

People who did not like slavery Abolitionist
Invented interchange parts and the cotton gin. Eli Whitney
Sped up farming in the MidWest. Steel plow
Invented by Samuel Morse to send information. Telegraph
A waterway built across the country to connect regions and markets. Canals
Invented by Robert Fulton and made transportation by water faster, easier, and cheaper. Steamboat
Led the educational reform movement Horace Mann
The reform to ban alcohol Temperance
Lead conductor of the Underground Railroad Harriet Tubman
The idea that humans need to trust their inner conscience and stressed relationship between humans and nature. Transcendentalism
A series of meetings conducted by a preacher to arouse religious emotions. Revival
A runaway slave Fugitive slave
An extreme shortage of food Famine
Refusal to obey laws that are considered unjust as an I violent way to press for charge Civil Disobedience
All the members of an organization or population who can work. Labor Force
Reformers whose ideas helped improve treatment of mentally ill and prison reform. Dorothea Dix