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Asylum
Dorothea Dix
Eastern Lunatic Asylum
Inmate
Insane
John Galt
John Howard
Mental Institution
Prison
Reform
Talk Therapy
Teacher

Prison Reform Vocabulary Word Search

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abolish
asylum
commit
conditions
confinement
discipline
Dorothea Dix
Dr. John Galt
human rights
insane
psychiatric
punishment
rehabilation
unbearable
unstable
unusual

Dorthea dix word search !!

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lobbyist
inmates
mental hospital
writter
nurse
teacher
civil war
dix
dorthea
asylum
mentally ill
activist

Dorothea Dix: Reform Word Search

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treatment
sickness
reform
prison
illness
jail
institution
hospital
help
guidence
dorothea
dix
depression
chains
asylum

Dorothea Dix Word Search

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CAMBRIDGE
MASSACHUSETTS
NEW JERSEY
NURSING CORPS
CIVIL WAR
ENGLAND
APRIL FOURTH
JULY SEVENTH
DIX MANSION
MENTAL HELP REFORM
PRISON REFORM
BIGELOW
MARY
JOSEPH
SOCIAL REFORM
CAMBRIDGE PRISON
DOROTHEA
DIX

Dorothea Dix Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Dorothea Dix was the founder of Mental Health ______. ASYLUMS
At 12 years old she moved to ______ with her grandmother. Boston
The definition of Asylum is: an institution for the maintenance and _______ of the mentally ill, orphans, or other persons requiring specialized assistance. Care
She took a job at _____ _____ Prison. (no spaces) EASTCAMBRIDGE
Where did Dorothea Dix travel to? England
Philippe Pinel, a French physician, argued for more _______ treatment of the mentally ill. Humane
_______ than 50% of prisoners who received medication before intake were given medication while in prison. Less
Dorothea Dix was born in which state? Maine
In the 20th & 21st century instead of asylums, there are ______ hospitals. PSYCHIATRIC
She was the ___________ of nurses for the Union Army in the Civil War. SUPERINTENDENT

Dorothea Dix Word Search

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Description

DISABILTIES
CIVIL WAR
NURSING
ADVOCATE
LEGISLATORS
ASYLUMS
PRISONS
WRITING
TEACHER
SOCIAL REFORM
DOROTHEA
CAMBRIDGE

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

Please find words containg FIVE (5) letters or more. Word Search

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yellow
mental
water
freak
orange
schizo
school
insane
purses
addict
nonchalant
aggressive
house
crazy
neutral
lunatic
computers
sociopath
coffee
psycho

Reform Movements (1820 - 1860s) Crossword

Type
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Description

organized the first women's rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY in 1848 Elizabeth Cady Stanton
to make changes to improve something reform
abolitionist; former slave and a conductor on the underground railroad; she will save over 300 slaves Harriet Tubman
dedicated her life to reform or improve prisons and mental institutions Dorothea Dix
former slave; abolitionist spokesman, he will publish the North Star a newspaper that shared stories of former slaves and their lives as slaves Frederick Douglass
A leader of educational reform, he became the head of the Massachusetts Board Of Education in 1837 Horace Mann
a movement mainly changed by Dorothea Dix to improve conditions of prisons and to create schools for the mentally disabled, blind, and deaf Prison Reform Movement
a movement started to create public schools in America to make education available to all children Education Reform
a movement to end slavery Abolition
a system that helped enslaved African Americans follow a network of escape routes out of the South to freedom Underground Railroad
fought for women's suffrage and equal rights Women's Rights
a person who strongly favors doing away with slavery Abolitionist

Dorothea Dix Word Search

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Trenton, New Jersey
Traveling
Charity
Dedication
State Hospitals
July 17, 1887
Superintendent
Prison
Europe
Civil War
Reports
Hospitals
Hampden Maine
Dix Mansion
Malaria
Educator
Social reformer
Mentally ill
Boston
Dorothea Lynde Dix