• Notes for AP US History Video 37: Religious and Secular Reform.
• What We’re Covering Here :
Antebellum Religious and Secular Reform. 0:22
Three Important Reform Periods. 1:25
The Temperance Movement. 2:08
Women Led the Temperance Movement. 3:10
Why Did So Many Men Drink? 5:20
The American Temperance Society. 8:11
Carry Nation. 9:39
The Washingtonians – Predecessors to AA. 11:10
Public Education. 20:03
Conflict Over Slavery/Abolitionism. 21:10
William Lloyd Garrison Advocates For “Immediate Emancipation.” 22:02
American Colonization Society. 22:54
The Women’s Movement - Women in Public Life. 24:22
Women in the Abolitionist Movement. 26:27
The Seneca Falls Convention. 27:10
Compare and Contrast the Women’s Movements of the 1840s-1920s to 1960s-Present. 28:18
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Who’d Like This: Students taking Advanced Placement U.S. history.
Source Material For this Video:
• This video is based on my general knowledge of US history, and what I could access/verify using Bing/Google.
• While this should help you with the AP US History test, I can’t be responsible for what your teacher thinks is important and asks you about on tests, in homework, etc. Please read your class text(s) and pay attention to what your teacher says in class.
• Any webpages / resources referenced below.
Links for References/Links to Relevant Topics:
Erin M. Masson, The Women's Christian Temperance Union 1874-1898: Combating Domestic Violence, 3 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 163 (1997) (scholarly law review article on the relationship between the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and domestic violence). https://scholarship.law.wm.edu/wmjowl/vol3/iss1/7
History of Water Treatment (one reason beer and wine were often safer to drink than water in the early U.S.) https://www.advancedwaterinc.com/hist...
Lyman Beecher of the American Temperance Society: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyman_B...
The Washingtonians (alcoholism recovery support group that preceded Alcoholics Anonymous by roughly 100 years). https://www.alcoholproblemsandsolutio...
Abraham Lincoln Addresses the Washingtonians: https://archive.org/details/lincolnpr...
Dorothea Dix – Mental Health Reformer/leader of Asylum movement. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothe...
Nellie Bly : journalist who exposed abuses at asylums after they’d been established and operating for years. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nellie_Bly
The Penitentiary/Prison Reform Movement: https://www.encyclopedia.com/social-s... Catholic Mass in the Vernacular: https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/ma....
AP US History Video 23: details “Republican Motherhood;” “Remember the Ladies.” https://youtu.be/OW9gEcewWtk
The Female Moral Reform Society: https://antebellumperiod.wordpress.co...
The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments: https://www.infoplease.com/history/us...
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