History reforms

History reforms

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  • During the Second Great Awakening, priests and church members would gather at camp meetings to talk about things seen as bad.
  • "Women, you are now the backbone of our religion. We must spread our religion and preach across the country."
  • Woo-Hoo!!
  • The few public schools were taught by untrained men which lowered the value of education. Then Horace Mann spoke out for an better and free education for all children.
  • "Did you guys know that George Washington was one of our founding fathers?
  • "Yeah! Our new teacher taught us that!"
  • There was a high rate of alcohol consumption which sometimes then lead to domestic abuse and accidents. The American Temperance Society pledged to stay away from alcohol which lowered abuse rates.
  • "Please calm down! I'm sorry!"
  • "Where's all the beer?!?! Why isn't dinner ready yet?!?!
  • The mentally ill were locked away in mental asylums without being told why, leaving them confused and sick. Dorothea Dix documented the poor treatment of them.
  • "Don't worry, I'm going to help you."
  • "Please, why am I in here? I didn't do anything wrong!"
  • The Grimke Sisters met at Seneca Falls for a convention where they wrote the Declaration of Women's Rights.
  • "We can do this! We will spread and demand equality!"
  • "We deserve the same rights as men! We are equal!"
  • Transcendentalism's ultimate goal was to rise above the material world by drawing close to nature and tapping into one's intuition and individuality.
  • "Our lives are always filled. Simplify. Simplify."
  • I must be one with nature to become my true self.
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