Womens reform

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The 1800's Reform Era

This is a short review podcast discussing some key facts about the Reform Era following the War of 1812.  Topics include the Abolition, Temperance, and women's rights initiatives.  Important people of the period include Dorothea Dix, William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick Douglass, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, as well as others!  The Second Great Awakening and religious revival facilitates the focus on the individual and needed reforms.


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