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Americans who became abolitionists wanted to end
a) Slavery
b) Discrimination against women
c) Immigration
d) Imprisonment for debt

Angelina and Sarah Grimke led the way for other women to
a) Gain admission to college
b) Speak out in public on issues
c) Work for the same pay as men
d) Vote and hold public office

What motto did Frederick Douglass choose for his abolitionist newspaper, the North Star?
a) “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory”
b) “I will be harsh as truth”
c) “Right is of no sex- Truth is of no color”
d) “All men and women are created equal”

Radicals in the abolition movement
a) Favored the gradual ending of slavery
b) Sought a quick but peaceful end of slavery
c) Did not care about slavery in the South
d) Hoped to inspire slave revolts to end slavery

Before the reform movement led by Horace Mann
a) Most children did not attend school
b) Few women had the right to vote
c) Debtors were often thrown in jail
d) Sinners did not expect to be forgiven

Which group benefited MOST from early efforts to establish public schools?
a) African American boys
b) White/European boys
c) African American girls
d) White/European girls

The Second Great Awakening was a
a) Period of new scientific thinking
b) Disease that caused sleeplessness
c) Religious revival movement
d) Campaign for public education

The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments was modeled on the
a) Monroe Doctrine
b) Bill of Rights
c) Missouri Compromise
d) Declaration of Independence

One effect of the Second Great Awakening was to
a) Inspire reformers to improve society
b) Increase prejudice against sinners
c) Encourage people to move west
d) Bring out the vote for Andrew Jackson

Why did Dr. Blackwell have such a hard time getting into medical school?
a) Blackwell was African American
b) Blackwell was a woman
c) Blackwell was Native American
d) Blackwell was an abolitionist

What reforms occured during the Second Great Awakening?
a) Prison, Mental health, African American voting, Women's rights
b) Prison, Mental health, Native American rights, Abolition
c) Prison, Mental health, Abolition, Women's Rights
d) Prison, 2nd Amendment Guns Right, Abolition, Mental health

Who opposed slavery in the United States?
a) all northerners
b) all southerners
c) all western settlers
d) some northerners

How were women allowed to participate in the Anti-Slavery movement?
a) They could help but not fully participate
b) They could openly speak out without the permission of their husbands
c) They could participate fully
d) They didn't participate in the anti-slavery movement

Who fought the hardest for the women's suffrage movement?
a) Lucretia Mott
b) Susan B Anthony
c) Angelina Grimke
d) Sarah Grimke

Who had his printing press burned to the ground for writing an abolitionist newspaper?
a) Frederick Douglas
b) Sojourner Truth
c) William LLoyd Garrison
d) Susan B Anthony

What former slave spoke out in support of women's rights and abolition?
a) Lucretia Mott
b) Rosa Parks
c) Sacajawea
d) Sojourner Truth

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