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Reform Movements 1830-1850s

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Brinkley Chapter 12
Pgs 315-337
“Antebellum Culture and Reform” 1800-1850

Specifics of Chapter:
1. Timeline page 314-315 read these items and choose the top 6 most important developments and briefly explain why.
2. What are the basic characteristics of the Hudson River School?
3. Pg 318-319 Outline Transcendentalism-
a. Ralph Waldo Emerson
b. Henry David Thoreau
c. Role of Nature
d. Civil Disobedience
e. Conservation
5. Outline the various religious developments in this period:
a. 2nd Great Awakening
b. Mormonism
6. What do the Reform Movements have in common?
a. Temperance
b. Education
c. Asylum reform (Dorothia Dix)
d. Women’s Rights
7. Why is Seneca Falls always on the AP Exam?
8. Outline Abolitionism
a. Early Abolitionist Movement
b. Radicals- William Lloyd Garrison
c. African American Abolitionists – Tubman, Truth, and Douglas
d. Response to Abolitionists

Topics on Test:
2nd Great Awakening
Tippecanoe
Mormons Shakers
Temperance Crusades Education
Asylum movement Cotton in the south
Dorothia Dix XYZ Affair
Feminism/ women’s rights Bacon’s Rebellion
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Missouri Compromise
Lucretia Mott Irish potato famine
Susan B. Anthony
Hudson River School
Henry David Thoreau
Civil disobedience
Manifest destiny
John L. O’Sullivan
War of Independence
Alamo
Battle of San Jacinto
James K. Polk
Mex. Amer. War
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Wilmot Proviso
Mexican cession
Gold rush
Gadsden Purchase
American Setters to Texas
Nullification Crisis
Jackson
Erie Canal
1800-1850 American Development
Slave codes
Know Nothing Party
James cooper
Corrupt Bargain
Monroe Doctrine
Nativists
Constitution
Maysville Road Veto
Trans.
Seneca Falls
Van Buren
Election of 1824
Cherokees
2nd Party System
War of 1812
Tariff