Burned over districts were a areas in new york city

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8. Burned-over districts were: a.areas in New York City where slaves had set fires. b.in Louisiana, where slaves had burned cotton fields as a form of resistance. c.regions where few evangelical Protestants lived (as though they had been burned out). d.in Kansas and Nebraska, where fighting broke out over issues of slavery. e.in New York and Ohio, where intense revivals occurred.
9. By 1840, the temperance movement in the United States had:
10. What did reformers commonly believe about prisons and asylums?
11. Horace Mann believed that public schools would do all of the following EXCEPT:
12. Common schools: a.had no connection to the emerging industrial economy. b.were based on the idea that the elite should be educated in their own schools. c.suffered from the opposition of labor unions that wanted children available to work. d.existed in every northern state by the time of the Civil War. e.proved to be as popular in the North as they were in the South.
13. Like Indian removal, the colonization of former slaves rested on the premise that America:
14. How did the abolitionist movement that arose in the 1830s differ from earlier antislavery efforts?

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