Social Studies- An Era of Reform Chap. 18

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Quakers stopped owing slaves

1776

North states didn't want slaves

1792

Many northerns still accepted slavery

1800

Education was available to more children

1800

Slave trade ended

1808

Public Schools were started

1820

Second Great Awakening

1820 - 1830

Reform Era

1820 - 1850

People were against slavery

1830

William Lloyd Garrison started an Abolitionist newspaper, "Liberator"

1831

Poster about "The Land of the Free"

1835

Ohio's oberlin college- 1st to admit girls

1837

Lucretia Mott & Elizabeth Cady Stanton met

1840

Dorothea Dix teaches at Jail

1841

George Ripley Started Brook Farm

1841

Thoreau moved to the woods

1845

Seneca Falls convention

1848

States started visiting Mann's ideas

1850

Sojourner Truth Speaks out

1851

Most Public Schools accepted girls

1860

Dorthea Dix dies

1887