Reforms of 1800s

Reforms of 1800s

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  • Women in this time period were paid less, some worked more hours, and were treated worse then males. After a point that was it, they were done with it. They placed their foot down and declared that they wanted equal rights, women declared that they should also get natural rights as a human. 
  • I want my natural rights! Do you want yours?
  • Women Rights
  • Most children had to work in factories. School was only for the rich and wealthy, and most parents couldn't afford them. Children working in factories, were fed once a day, beaten, worked long hours, and got little pay for all that they do.  Most children are forced to work here to help support their families.
  • I shall whip you for not listening to me 
  • Education Reform 
  • I am so hungry.
  • Abolitionism was one of the most important reform movements of the mid and late 1800s. Although the idea of abolitionism had existed since the institution of American government, it particularly expanded throughout the mid-1800s, as the threat slavery spread to new territory and the 'slave power' expanded.
  • Slavery is bad and has already ruined many lives. Let's together put an end to it. 
  • Abolitionism
  • This movement set up movements and set ideas for many to follow. This movement was a work in progress and finally prevailed in the 1920s where women were finally treated the same as men.
  • Voting 
  • Finally I can vote!
  • Progress
  • Yes! At last I have a say in what congress does!
  • Children were finally able to attend schools because of the Germans. They brought over their ideas about education. Now children were given the option to move up the social ladder and gain wealth for their families in different manner then working on the farm.
  • Children Education
  • I love being in school!
  • After a while some slave owners became abolitionists, and they as well let these African Americans free. Now these blacks had the opportunity t earn work outside and gain money and raise a family.
  • I am setting you free! I too have become a abolitionist!
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