Public Asylums, Temperance Movement, and Public Education

Public Asylums, Temperance Movement, and Public Education
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  • APPEARANCE:
  • Our people are cured!
  • Welcome to Eastern Lunatic Asylum! 
  • 1st Public Asylum; 1841 in Williamsburg, Virginia.
  • The devil won't have power over you!
  • APPEARANCE:
  • The Temperance movement was  a movement against the consumption of alcohol.
  • No more mean daddy!
  • No more alcohol for me! I'm so sorry for my behavior!
  • APPEARANCE:
  • School taught me so well.
  • 10 x 2 = ?
  • Public Education was excellent and super beneficial for students.
  • I think the answer is 20!
  • REALITY:
  • Time for your treatment, Ms. Lucy!
  • The sick and mentally ill weren't receiving the proper treatment they needed. They received cruel punishment and were tortured.
  • No please don't make me go! Dorothea Dix, help!
  • The sick aren't getting the right treatment!
  • Daddy stop hitting Mommy!
  • Although many believed this movement would decrease the consumption of alcohol and household abuse, it didn't.
  • REALITY:
  • Jonathan, please not in front of the kids!
  • Daddy that hurt!
  • REALITY:
  • That seems correct, wonderful Jim!
  • Children with wealthy parents were able to attend private  schools taught by well-educated teachers. Students who weren't fortunate enough to attend those schools received poor education from adults, usually women, who weren't highly educated enough to teach them well.
  • 10 x 2 = 4
  • And so, 10 minus 2 is 4.
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