Type
Crossword
Description

Every body had to pay taxes
A person who wanted to end slavery Reformer
All women wanted was to Vote
A supporter of equal rights Feminist
Schools that were free Publicschools
Spoke at the 150th anniversary of Seneca falls Hilary Clinton
Was religious beliefs Second great awkenimg
Was a member of Seneca falls Elizabeth Stanton
When women finally got their rights Suffarge
Women started a Protest
Spoke for women rights Anthony
All women wanted was Rights
Was a type of newspaper Northstar
Doctrine that advocates woman rights Feminism
The people who wanted to vote Women
Helped with the mentally ill Dix
People who did not like slavery abolitionist
Was a political and educational reformer Horace mann

Women's Suffrage Crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Where did the first women's rights convention take place in the U.S? Seneca Falls
Who drafted the decleration of sentiments and resolutions? Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Who was the president when women got the right to vote? Woodrow Wilson
How may years did the silent sentinels last for? two
Who gave the Ain't I a women speech? Sojourner Truth
Who formed the NWP? Alice Paul
What does the NWP stand for? National Womens Party
Who was the president of NAWSA after Anna Howard Shaw retired? Carrie Chapman Catt
Lucy Stone and who else founded the AWSA? Henry Blackwell
What was the name of Fredrick Douglass' newspaper? The North Star
Who said they would rather have theri right arm be cut off then have black men have the right to vote before women? Susan B Anthony
Who did Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton work with to start their own newspaper? George Francis Train
What was the name of Elizabeth Stanton and Susan Anthony's newspaper? The Revolution
Who was in London with Alice Paul? Lucy Burns
What state did Sojourner Truth give her Ain't I a women speech in? Ohio
Who was the secretary at the Seneca Falls Convention? Mary Ann McClintock
Who chaired the convention at Seneca Falls James Mott
Who was the speaker at the Seneca Falls Convention? Lucretia Mott
Where was the Women's Suffragist Parade held? Washington DC
Carrie Champan Catt became president of NAWSA after _ resigned? Anna Howard Shaw

Chapter 14- Age of Reform Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cultural Trends
Edgar Allan Poe
Education
Thomas Jefferson
Northstar
Slavery
Abolitionism
Frederick Douglass
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Susan B, Anthony
Women’s Rights
Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman
Horace Mann
suffrage
feminist
Transcendentalist
normal school
temperance
utopias

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 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

Antebellum Social Reform Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

He argued that the tax of education was cheap because the tax of a king would be greater. ThomasJefferson
She was kicked out of the Anti-Slavery Convention and her husband led the Seneca Falls Convention. LucretiaMott
She was kicked out of the Anti-Slavery Convention and then went on to organize the Seneca Falls Convention. ElizabethCadyStanton
This Convention was organized in 1848 and was organized by Stanton, Mott, and Anthony. SenecaFallsConvention
Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Stanton were kicked out of this convention because of their gender. Anti-SlaveryConvention
This word means the right to vote publicly. Suffrage
This word refers to the time period in America before the Civil War. Antebellum
A movement that aims to make changes to society, including Women's Suffrage, Education, and Alcohol. SocialReform
She helped organize the Seneca Falls Convention with Mott and Stanton. SusanBAnthony
This amendment allows women full voting rights. The19thAmendment
This date was when 3/4 of the state legislatures ratified the 19th amendment. August26,1920
A former slave who became editor of the Rochester North Star. FrederickDouglas
The amount of women and men who signed the Seneca Falls Declaration. 68,32
The first state to grant women their right to property in 1849. California
This was a religious movement that began in the early 19th century and made it possible for the women's rights, alcohol, and education movements. SecondGreatAwakening
The belief that alcohol is bad and that people should abstain from alcohol. Temperance
The problems the reformers of the Temperance movement hope to solve (3). CrimeVagrancyChildAbuse
The result of the Temperance movement, also resulted in the prohibition. 18thAmendment
The year when the 18th Amendment was added to the US Constitution. 1919
People who were considered thieves and criminals, who pillaged villages and killed innocent people. They represented alcohol and everything that was bad with it. Huns
The movement that changed schools so that every child could get an education, and so that there were grade levels, mandatory attendance, free schools, etc. EducationMovement
The changes made to schools during and after the Education Movement (3). GradeLevelsMandatoryFree

Era of Reform Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The networks of escape routes used by slaves underground railroad
The slave that led the largest slave revolt on record Nat Turner
The Slave that escaped and helped others escape to Harriet Tubman
The campaign to end slavery Abolition Movement
First women's rights convention Seneca Falls
Ran the first women's school Catherine Beecher
Slaves or black men who have been granted their freedom free black
She was a prominent abolitionist Lucretia Mott
Helped organized the Seneca Falls convention Elizabeth Cady Stanton
A group who organized to promote social reforms reform societies
Poorly made crowded apartment buildings tenements
Uneducated immigrants who worked urban working class
The reform to increase labor conditions labor movement
Person who is paid a set amount by a business owner wage earners
An opposition to immigrants by the citizens living in a country nativism
Also known as the potato famine great Irish famine
Anti immigrant organization, very secretive Know nothings

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

Reform Movements (1820 - 1860s) Crossword

Type
Crossword
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

Nineteenth Amendment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

_______ amendment to the Constitution of the United States adopted in 1920; guarantees that no state can deny the right to vote on the basis of sex Nineteenth
First President of the National American women's suffrage Association/tried to cast a vote in 1972. Susan B Anthony
Organized the first women's rights convention and served as the first president of the NAWSA; Elizabeth Cady _____ Stanton
Right to vote suffrage
Wife of John Adams. During the Revolutionary War, she wrote letters to her husband describing life on the homefront. She urged her husband to remember America's women in the new government he was helping to create. Abigal Adams
active in the antislavery movement, and helped to organize the Seneca Falls Convention. This marked the beginning of an organized women's movement Lucrecia Mott
give voting rights enfranchise
people who fought against women's suffrage antisuffragist
try and influence legislature lobby
First document calling for equal rights for women; Declaration of ____ Sentiments
Founder of the League of Woman Voters; Carrie Chapman ______ Catt
Founded NWP Alice Paul
First women's rights convention Seneca Falls

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

Type
Crossword
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