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A. Many Americans adopted eastern religions, such as Taoism and Buddhism. B. Religious leaders defended slavery and the practices of business tycoons. C. Preachers said society could be improved and salvation was up to the individual. D. Preachers gave frightening sermons about damnation and everyone’s sinfulness.
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Which organization is an example of the second Great Awakening's influence on society? A. American Society for the Promotion of Temperance B. American Medical Association C. Know-Nothing Party D. Future Scientists of America
American Society for the Promotion of Temperance
Which document of the mid-1800s stated that women and men are equal? A. Seneca Falls Declaration B. Emancipation Proclamation C. Homestead Act D. Compromise of 1850
Which woman is not correctly matched with the reform she worked for? A. Susan B. Anthony - an end to alcohol abuse B. Angelina Grimké - the end of slavery C. Dorothea Dix - prison reform D. Elizabeth Cady Stanton - women's rights
Which social reform did sisters Sarah and Angelina Grimké work for? A. abolition of slavery B. prohibition of alcohol sales C. end to child labor D. rights for Native Americans
Which was a reform to the education system in the United States that began in the early 1800s? A. twelve-month school year B. standardized reading books C. integrated classrooms D. study abroad programs
Which was a reason for promoting education reform in the early 1800s? A. to catch up with the educational system in Russia B. to make sure Americans were well-educated voters C. to help farmers keep up with new ideas and technology D. to improve the technical skills of factory workers
to improve the technical skills of factory workers.
How did Puritan values of the seventeenth century influence Americans of the nineteenth century? A. Americans still valued the Puritan sense of duty and love of learning. B. Americans embraced the Puritan idea of religious toleration. C. Americans rejected the Puritan focus on hard work. D. Americans reverted to the Puritan belief in predestination.
Americans still valued the Puritan sense of duty and love of learning
Which describes civil disobedience? A. breaking a law to gain political advantage B. breaking a law that takes another person's life C. breaking a law out of personal greed D. breaking a law to show that it is unjust
breaking a law to show that it is unjust
Which civil right was denied to women in America in the mid-1800s? A. working in factories B. owning property C. voting in elections D. having a trial by jury
Which description of Henry David Thoreau is accurate? A. the author whose books on the natural world inspired landscape artists across the country B. the author of many poems about the Founding Fathers that became patriotic songs C. the author of an essay on civil disobedience that influenced Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. D. the author of several children's stories and novels that are still read today
Which American author, known as the "Sage of Concord," wrote an essay called "Self-Reliance" arguing that if people learned to understand nature they would understand themselves? A. Richard Henry Dana B. Ralph Waldo Emerson C. Francis Parkman D. Herman Melville
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