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Test 2 Study guide

by: Nicole Kappeler

Test 2 Study guide History 2610

Nicole Kappeler
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U.S. Women's History
Lucy E Murphy

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Date Created: 03/31/15
History 2610 SP 2015 Study Guide for Test 2 To study for this test you will want to go over your lecture notes materials posted on Carmen the readings and the study questions for them and your notes on class films The test will consist of truefalse matching short answer and a longer essay question Key readings I Came a Stranger Slavery handout Public Mothers Declaration of Sentiments Atlas through p85 Women and the American Experience through chapter 7 Terms and concepts to review who what where when why important to women and gender Abolition Moral Reform Artisans National American Woman Suffrage Authority Association Autonomy National Association of Colored Women Commercial agriculture National Women s Loyal League Communalism Progressive reform Cult of True Womanhood Public Mothers Domestic production Family economy Family wage General Federation of Women s Clubs Industrialization Lowell Mill girls Separate Spheres Task orientation Temperance Time orientation US Sanitary Commission Women s Christian Temperance Union Mass Production People to Review Alice Paul Frances Willard Maria Stewart Carrie Chapman Catt Gertrude BonninZitkala Sa Mary Church Terrell Catherine Beecher Harriet Beecher Stowe Sally Hemings Clara Barton Harriet Jacobs Sara and Angelina Grimk Dorothea Dix Harriet Tubman Sojourner Truth Elizabeth Cady Stanton Hilda Satt Polacheck Susan B Anthony Elizabeth Keckley Jane Addams Susan LaFlesche Picotte Frances Kemble Lucretia Mott Susette LaFlesche Tibbles Essay Questions There will be 4 short essay questions and 1 longer essay 0 You will be asked to write a longer essay about the book I Came a Stranger See the study guide and your class notes to prepare You will select from two options 0 Sample short essay questions 1 How did changes in the American economy affect women s work in the period from about 1790 to 1870 What patterns stayed the same 2 Between the Civil War and the 19205 what factors affected women s work lives and employment options Were these factors different from the preCivil War period 3 How did immigration migration and US expansion affect women during the 19th century What types of work did these women do 4 What were the ideals of womanhood for middleclass women that emerged during the early 19th century Who believed these ideas How did these ideas restrict women Did they relate to public mothers How did some women use these ideas to empower themselves How did some push back Did changing ideals affect options for women 5 Who and where were public mothers What were the circumstances described in the article about them Why was their mediation needed Why were they appreciated 6 Regarding the Declaration of Sentimentsz Where and when was this and adopted Be able to discuss at least five problems that were mentioned in this document and at least five resolutions proposed in it How did the expressions about gender in this document differ from the language used in the Petition from the Ladies of Steubenville Why 7 What were the types of reform that some women became involved with in the 19th century and early 20th century What were they trying to change Be able to discuss at least five What were the tactics they used and why What were some organizations Were they successful 8 How did the Civil War affect women What were some roles they assumed in war related efforts and activities Mention at least four How did the war affect women workers


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