CH 11 quiz 3 review - East Richland Christian Schools

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CH 11 QUIZ 3 REVIEW
 the wrong motive that lay behind public
education in American was that educators
 wanted to promote immorality
 wanted to promote Unitarianism
 believed they could solve society's problems
 wanted to close down Christian schools
 believed they could solve society's problems
 The Seneca Falls Convention passes
resolutions which supported what
important area of reform?
 Prohibition
 women's suffrage
 public education
 national prayer
 women's suffrage
 What did prohibition seek to reform?
 Slavery
 education
 insane asylums
 alcohol abuse
 alcohol abuse
 What early type of painting attempted to
copy the balanced, restrained styles of
Europe?
 Federalist style
 romantic style
 Greek revival
 Hudson River school
 Federalist style
 What famous architect helped to design
the United States Capitol?
 Charles Bulfinch
 George Caleb Bingham
 Stephen Foster
 Gilbert Stuart
 Charles Bulfinch
 Who began a famous poem with the line “I
celebrate myself, and sing myself”?
 Ralph Waldo Emerson
 Nathaniel Hawthorne
 Henry David Thoreau
 Walt Whitman
 Walt Whitman
 Who became famous for writing short
stories and poems that explored the dark
side of human nature?
 James Fenimore Cooper
 Edgar Allan Poe
 Henry David Thoreau
 Walt Whitman
 Edgar Allan Poe
 True/False
 ___ All romanticists shared a belief in man's
inherent goodness.
 False
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A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner
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 ___ abolitionist editor of the Liberator
 C) William Lloyd Garrison
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

A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ leader of a slave rebellion
 H) Nat Turner
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




A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ eloquent former slave
 B) Frederick Douglass
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





A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ Former slave who made trips to the
South to free slaves
 G) Harriet Tubman
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
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



A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ public education reformer
 D) Horace Mann



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



A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ author of elementary readers
 E) William H. McGuffey
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




A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ insane asylum reformer
 A) Dorothea Dix








A) Dorothea Dix
B) Frederick Douglass
C) William Lloyd Garrison
D) Horace Mann
E) William H. McGuffey
F) Robert Owen
G) Harriet Tubman
H) Nat Turner

 ___ New Harmony utopia
 F) Robert Owen
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