The Age of Reform

Students identify the fundamental beliefs of abolitionism and the range of anti-slavery positions. Students identify and analyze the activities of women of various racial and social groups within the women's rights movement in antebellum America. Students explore the use of visual and audio sources as a means to comprehend the reform movements in antebellum America.

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