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The convention in New York where women campaigned for women's rights
This reformer crusaded against cruelty in prisons and 'hospitals'
These reformers championed for women's education and supported the anti-slavery movement
A religious and philosophical movement that developed as a protest against the state of society
A Transcendentalist friend of Emerson who wrote Walden and Civil Disobedience
A religious revival in reaction to those who taught reason and not religion
Gone were the one room schools that taught these three subjects (include commas in answer)
This was the first college to admit blacks and then women
The first state to ban alcohol completely
Mott, Stanton, Anthony, and other men and women met at Seneca Falls and wrote this document
Horace Mann, Noah Webster, and William McGuffey helped with this type of reform
Temperance movements were helped by this book by TS Arthur
Hawthorne and Emerson frequented this transcendentalist society
This religious group were resented because of their block voting, militia, and polygamy
This group of people shunned sexual relations of any kind

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Created Oct 30, 2013ReportNominate
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