Class Notes 19- Moral and Social Reform (11-8)

Class Notes 19- Moral and Social Reform (11-8) - Moral and...

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Moral and Social Reform Thursday, November 08, 2007 2:50 PM Time Period: 1820-1860 Today's ID's: I.D. Who What When Where Significance William  Lloyd  Garrison abolitionist Sin, abolish now without  compensation, "The  Liberator" newspaper,  American Antislavery  Society 1831,  1833  (AAS) North Made the south very  nervous, south put a  bounty on him,  extremely controversial/ radical, sided with the  women and their  movements Nat Turner Slave,  believed to  sacrifice  himself for the  greater good Wants to stage a  rebellion, got 60 slaves  together and killed 55  whites, white militia  hunted them down and  killed 2/3 of them,  Turner hung 1831 Virginia Violence towards other  slave, mutilation and  fear used against  remaining slaves, south  is panicked, south feels  as if they are under  attack Temperanc Movement Women  activists No alcohol, moral  suasion (alcohol is for  sinners), legal  proposals, drinking was  a social issue: spousal  abuse/work  interference/uses  money 1830's US Precursor to prohibition Seneca  Falls  Convention Lucritia Mott  (Quaker),  Elizabeth  Stanton (not  Quaker- 
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Class Notes 19- Moral and Social Reform (11-8) - Moral and...

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