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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.

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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
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The Seneca Falls Convention passes resolutions which supported what important area of reform?

    • Prohibition
    • women's suffrage
    • public education
    • national prayer
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What did prohibition seek to reform?

    • Slavery
    • education
    • insane asylums
    • alcohol abuse
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What early type of painting attempted to copy the balanced, restrained styles of Europe?

    • Federalist style
    • romantic style
    • Greek revival
    • Hudson River school
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What famous architect helped to design the United States Capitol?

    • Charles Bulfinch
    • George Caleb Bingham
    • Stephen Foster
    • Gilbert Stuart
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Who began a famous poem with the line “I celebrate myself, and sing myself”?

    • Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • Nathaniel Hawthorne
    • Henry David Thoreau
    • Walt Whitman
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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
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True/False

  • ___ All romanticists shared a belief in man's inherent goodness.
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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
  • ___ abolitionist editor of the Liberator
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
  • ___ New Harmony utopia