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You need a pencil.  Progress Reports go out tomorrow.  You have today only to make up any work...

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  • You need a pencil

  • Progress Reports go out tomorrow.

    You have today only to make up any work before it will show up as a 0 on your progress report.

    Quiz tomorrow

    Test Thursday

  • George Washington

    Thomas Jefferson

    John Adams

    James Madison

    Andrew Jackson

    James K Polk

    Embargo Act 1807

    War of 1812

    Mexican American War

    Whiskey Rebellion

    Alien and Sedition Act

    Tariff of Abomination

  • Match up the picture to the name

    Then match up the saying to the name

  • This woman was a forerunner to future movements that would eventually bring about womens suffrage. She tried to push her husband, a president, to get more rights for women.

  • This mans invention helped increase the need for slaves in the South.

  • This mans creation of the Dictionary helped create a distinctly American language.

  • Was one of the leaders of the Transcendentalist movement who believed individuals should follow their own path and was critical of conformity.

  • Was one of the leaders of the Transcendentalist movement who was known for his book Walden which reflects on simple living and being one with nature.

  • Was the first US author to win international praise and would influence future writers with stories like Rip Van Winkle and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

  • Invented the Horror Genre

  • In his book, The Scarlet Letter, he depicted life in Puritan New England.

  • was a women born into slavery and illiterate, she became well-known and respected for her eloquent and charismatic speaking.

  • was a key figure in the womens rights movement who gave passionate speeches for why women should have the right to vote.

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  • were members of a prominent slaveholding family in South Carolina who became abolitionists and won national acclaim for their passionate anti-slavery speeches.

  • was a famous black abolitionist who write, Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World.

  • was a leader of the Second Great Awakening.

  • was an advocate for both prison reform and the rights of the mentally disabled.

  • was an influential American educator who advocated the education of both men and women through public schools.

  • Helped organize the first womens rights convention in Seneca Falls and demanded that woman be given the right to vote.

  • Along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton she helped organize the first womens rights convention and is considered the first feminist in America.

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  • This author depicted life on the American frontier and tackle the issue of white settlement on Native American lands.

  • Praised the young nations political system and called the United States a land of opportunity.

  • His invention of the steel plow allowed farmers to plow and grow crops in areas out west that would have otherwise been considered unfit for farming.

  • Invented the telegraph which allowed Americans to communicate across the country via a special code.

  • His invention of the reaper made it easier and faster to harvest wheat.

  • Invented the steam powered boat.

  • was a white abolitionist who founded an influential, anti-slavery newspaper called The Liberator.

  • educated himself and became the most prominent African-American speaker for the abolition of slavery.

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