Quiz Me! - Era: Reform Movements

Test your knowledge about the Reform Movements era.

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How did the Industrial Revolution affect 19th-century America?

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In addition to writing about the need for social reform and encouraging individuals to improve society what was another goal of the transcendentalist writers?

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Which sentence best completes the outline above?

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After the Fugitive Slave Act was passed, Harriet Beecher Stowe opened the nation’s eyes to the realities of slavery by

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What condition were temperance reformers trying to prevent?

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What effect did the individuals and their accomplishments listed above have on the United States?

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How did inventions like steamboats, railroads and canals contribute to economic growth in the United States?

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Which type of reformers used the strategies listed above?

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This pioneer for equal rights for women is most well known for the fight for women’s suffrage, She helped organize the first women’s rights convention in the United States in Seneca Falls, New York.

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Which reform movement would address issues like those in the excerpt above?

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