Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Chapter 11: Society, Culture, and Reform, 1820-1860

Antebellum Period
First Great Awakening
Unitarians
Charles Finney
Peter Cartwright
Circuit riders
Revival “camp meetings”
New Protestant sects
Millennialism
Mormons
Joseph Smith
Brigham Young
New Zion
Polygamy
Second Great Awakening
Social Reform
Romantic Movement
Transcendentalists
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
Nonviolent protest
George Ripley/Brook Farm
Margaret Fuller
Utopian communities
Perfectionism
Shakers
Robert Owen/New Harmony
Noyes/Oneida Community
Fourier Phalanxes
George Caleb Bingham
Hudson River School
John J. Audubon
Greek Revival architecture
Washington Irving
James Fenimore Cooper
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Herman Melville
Walt Whitman
Temperance Movement
American Temperance Society
Washingtonians
Demon Rum
Teetotalism/Abstinence
Maine Law of 1851
Asylum movement
Dorothea Dix
Thomas Gallaudet
Dr. Samuel Howe
Penitentiaries
Horace Mann
Public School movement
Tax-supported schools
Moral education
McGuffey Readers
Noah Webster
Private colleges
Mary Lyon
Lyceums
Birth control
Cult of Domesticity
Separation of spheres
Child-centered families
Domestic Feminism
Grimke Sisters
Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony
Seneca Falls Convention (1848)
Women’s Rights movement
“Sisterhood”
American Colonization Society
William Lloyd Garrison (The Liberator)
Abolitionist movement
American Antislavery Society
Liberty Party
Black Abolitionists
Frederick Douglas (The North Star)
Sojourner Truth
Violent abolitionists
David Walker/The Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World
Denmark Vessey Conspiracy
Nat Turner’s Rebellion
American Peace Society
Southern reforms v. Northern/western reforms

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