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Who Wants to be a

Who Wants to be a

Who Wants to be a. Zillionaire?. Misdemeanors Felonies. Both Neither. Is this your Final Answer?. Yes. No. A jail houses which type of offenders?. 2-10 yrs/$10,000 180 days/$2,000. 180 days-2yrs/$4,000 2 yrs/$4,000. Is this your Final Answer?. Yes. No.

By joella
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REVIEW TERMS

REVIEW TERMS

REVIEW TERMS. Vocabulary. Expansion I. The right to cancel Organized for better working conditions S eparates seeds from cotton W idespread hunger S orrowful journey of the Cherokee. Expansion I. First Democratic President of the U.S. Democratic way of selecting a party’s candidate

By brody
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By: Saarah Amin

By: Saarah Amin

Dorothea Dix. By: Saarah Amin. Birth and Childhood. Dorthea Dix was born on April 4 th , 1802. She was born in Hampden, Maine. At age 12, she fled from her alcoholic and abusive family. She went to go live with her wealthy grandmother.

By waylon
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Abolitionists:

Abolitionists:

Abolitionists:. William Lloyd Garrison published the Liberator which was against slavery. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin which was against slavery . Horace Mann led the reform movement for free education for all children. . Temperance was the reform movement

By diata
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Dorothea Dix

Dorothea Dix

By Robert. Dorothea Dix. Daughter of M ethodist preacher Joseph Dix Moved in with her Grandmother when she was 12 Founded her first school at 14. Early Life. Went to a jail to teach inmates Found conditions horrible Found mentally ill being kept in prison. Reformist beginning.

By ciro
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US History 10 1 st Semester Exam

US History 10 1 st Semester Exam

US History 10 1 st Semester Exam. Laws. People. Treaties. Presidents. Places. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. Topic 1 – 10 Points.

By yaron
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Women and Reform

Women and Reform

Women and Reform. 8.3. Main Idea. After leading reform movements to help others, some American women began to work on behalf of themselves. Women Demand Equality. Women were key leaders in the abolition, temperance, and prison reform movements.

By alika
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Reform Movements and Revolutions

Reform Movements and Revolutions

Reform Movements and Revolutions. Congress of Vienna. After exiling Napoleon, Euro leaders at Congress of Vienna tried to restore order and reestablish peace. Purpose: Keep world safe from war. Maintain balance of power and diminish power of France

By kenley
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The Amazing ’70s

The Amazing ’70s

The Amazing ’70s. Secretariat. Vivekanand Rajasekar Arsh Chopra Matt McGivney Leah Idichandy Olivia Piscano. Presidents of the 70’s. Richard Milhous Nixon(1969-1974) Gerald Rudolph Ford(1974-1977) Jr. James Earl Carter(1977-1981). Richard Nixon.

By bert
(266 views)

A Reforming Society

A Reforming Society

A Reforming Society. By: Haylee Childers, Bryar Morse, Alex Muniz, Dakota Reece. Education. Most children had been taught by their parents. The American Spelling Book was the most popular school book.

By lovey
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Chapter 8: Reforming American Society

Chapter 8: Reforming American Society

Chapter 8: Reforming American Society. Religion Sparks reform. Question of the Day. Based on your guided reading assignment from Chapter 8-1, who do you believe is the most important reformer in the section? Why are the accomplishments of this individual important?. Agenda: March 12.

By iria
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Prison Reform

Prison Reform

Anthony Williams Denise Hudson, Sharon Vickerson, Trinette Baldwin, December 13, 2012 Marygrove College SW 314 Professor Diane McMilan,LMSW. Prison Reform. Attempt to improve conditions inside prisons, aiming at a more effective penal system. Prison Reform.

By jerom
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“The Pursuit of Perfection” in Antebellum America 1820 to 1860

“The Pursuit of Perfection” in Antebellum America 1820 to 1860

“The Pursuit of Perfection” in Antebellum America 1820 to 1860. The Age of Reform. Reasons: The Great Awakening sparked interest that the individual could control their destiny and that “good deeds” will make the nation a better place

By stanislaw-aurek
(154 views)

The Ferment of Reform and Culture

The Ferment of Reform and Culture

The Ferment of Reform and Culture. 1790-1860. Religion in America. Most Americans attended church on a regular basis, but the fervor of the colonial era had waned. 1794 -- Thomas Paine publishes The Age of Reason attacking the institution of the church.

By melvin-gray
(128 views)

Abolitionists:

Abolitionists:

Abolitionists:. William Lloyd Garrison published the Liberator which was against slavery. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin which was against slavery. Horace Mann led the reform movement for free education for all children. Temperance was the reform movement

By basia-santiago
(80 views)

THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY

THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY

THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY. 1 ST half of 19 th cent. the ruling elite Nervous because of revolution Nervous about social order Nervous about danger to lives and property Growing cities  urban poor, poverty, unemployment Rising crime rates. NEW POLICE FORCES.

By dean-king
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THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY

THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY

THE EMERGENCE OF AN ORDERED SOCIETY. 1 ST half of 19 th cent. the ruling elite Nervous because of revolution Nervous about social order Nervous about danger to lives and property Growing cities  urban poor, poverty, unemployment Rising crime rates. NEW POLICE FORCES.

By quintana-topaz
(128 views)

Anton Chekhov

Anton Chekhov

Anton Chekhov. Chekhov Early Life. Born in Taganrog seaport 3 rd of six children Son of grocer Grandson of serf. Chekhov Early Life. Father religious zealot – family tyrant Childhood marked by despotism, lying

By gabriel-barry
(268 views)

Reform & Westward Expansion

Reform & Westward Expansion

Reform & Westward Expansion. Chapter 2 Section 1. Focus Question. What trends in democratization and reform were taking shape in the US by 1850?. More Americans can vote Property restrictions removed Race/Gender restrictions still apply Andrew Jackson becomes President Trail of Tears.

By mone
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HISTORY OF PRISONS & PRISON REFORM

HISTORY OF PRISONS & PRISON REFORM

HISTORY OF PRISONS & PRISON REFORM. CHRI. CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT : 17 th Century. Public Punishment: Sentence for many offences was public hanging, or else whipping, branding, scaffold, bilboes , etc . designed to shame the person and deter others. Prison System was not very evolved:

By mreavis
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