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American Pageant 13th Model DBQ

 American Pageant 13th Release DBQ Dissertation

DanВ HayesВ

APВ USВ HistoryВ В

WithinВ theВ newВ eraВ ofВ nationalВ expansionВ andВ reformВ cameВ manyВ ideasВ thatВ wereВ viewedВ asВ idiotic, В includingВ abolishingВ slavery. В DuringВ thatВ timeВ period, В women'sВ rightsВ wasВ alsoВ consideredВ oneВ ofВ them. В WomenВ beganВ toВ beВ inspiredВ byВ theВ ideaВ duringВ theВ periodВ ofВ 1815В­1860. В ReligiousВ revivalВ andВ womenВ becomingВ convertedВ toВ christianityВ causedВ themВ toВ startВ believingВ theyВ canВ beВ moreВ thanВ justВ womenВ takingВ jobsВ noВ oneВ elseВ wanted. В ThisВ timeВ periodВ wasВ alsoВ whenВ theВ SecondВ GreatВ AwakeningВ becameВ known. В TheВ SecondВ GreatВ AwakeningВ wasВ aВ protestantВ revivalВ movement. В ItВ greatlyВ helpedВ theВ womenВ inВ theirВ campaignВ ofВ gettingВ rights. В TheВ effectsВ ofВ women'sВ rightsВ hasВ changedВ theВ worldВ completely. В ManyВ womenВ haveВ becomeВ governors, В senators, В andВ congressionalВ women. В WithoutВ theВ prolongedВ fightingВ spiritВ ofВ womenВ toВ obtainВ theВ sameВ rightsВ asВ men, В womenВ couldВ veryВ wellВ stillВ notВ haveВ theВ abilityВ toВ runВ forВ officialВ places, В orВ evenВ beВ ableВ toВ vote. В TheВ historicalВ peopleВ likeВ LucyВ Stone, В DorotheaВ Dix, В andВ SusanВ AnthonyВ andВ theВ movementsВ thatВ theyВ causedВ haveВ inspiredВ womenВ toВ fightВ forВ theirВ rightsВ allВ theВ wayВ upВ toВ 1920, В theВ yearВ theyВ obtainedВ theВ rightВ toВ voteВ byВ theВ 19thВ Amendment. В В InВ 1831, В AВ christianВ womanВ persuadedВ aВ manВ namedВ CharlesВ G. В FinneyВ toВ comeВ seeВ her. В CharlesВ G. В FinneyВ wasВ aВ PresbyterianВ ministerВ andВ wasВ aВ revivalist, В orВ someoneВ whoВ conductsВ religiousВ revivals. В В TheВ womanВ knownВ asВ Mrs. В MВ admittedВ thatВ sheВ wasВ scaredВ

andВ regrettedВ callingВ himВ toВ convertВ her. В SheВ saidВ thatВ " aВ revivalВ wouldВ greatlyВ interfereВ withВ theВ pleasuresВ andВ amusementsВ thatВ sheВ hadВ promisedВ herselfВ thatВ winter”(DocumentВ A). В SheВ eventuallyВ allowedВ FinneyВ toВ conversateВ withВ herВ aboutВ converting. В AfterВ aВ considerableВ talkВ andВ prayer, В sheВ gaveВ inВ andВ settledВ intoВ aВ joyousВ faith. В " FromВ thatВ minute, В sheВ wasВ outВ­spokenВ inВ herВ religiousВ convictions, В andВ zealousВ forВ theВ conversationВ ofВ herВ friends”(DocumentВ A). В CharlesВ G. В FinneyВ wasВ explainingВ howВ generousВ andВ excitedВ aboutВ beingВ convertedВ was. В SheВ wasВ impatientВ aboutВ speakingВ toВ herВ friendsВ aboutВ theВ changeВ ofВ herВ POVВ inВ life. В ManyВ moreВ womenВ wereВ convertedВ andВ becameВ oneВ withВ theВ house of worship, В andВ thisВ beganВ theВ startВ ofВ aВ newВ outlookВ ofВ women. В WomenВ attemptedВ toВ becomeВ educatedВ byВ creatingВ theirВ ownВ secondaryВ schools. В WomenВ alsoВ foughtВ forВ sameВ pay, В collegeВ educationВ andВ betterВ jobs. В CharlesВ G. В FinneyВ approvedВ ofВ allВ theseВ improvementsВ andВ authorityВ womenВ haveВ gained, В knowingВ thatВ heВ hasВ causedВ allВ ofВ theseВ movements. В В TextileВ MillsВ wereВ becomingВ popularВ duringВ theВ industrialВ revolution. В ThereВ wasВ oneВ veryВ specialВ millВ calledВ LowellВ Mill. В AВ portionВ ofВ theirВ workersВ wereВ femaleВ womenВ aroundВ theВ ageВ 15В­30В alongВ withВ someВ kidsВ underВ theВ ageВ ofВ 15. В AВ letterВ fromВ aВ womanВ whoВ worksВ thereВ describesВ theВ workВ hoursВ atВ theВ mill: В " WeВ goВ inВ atВ fiveВ o'clockНѕВ atВ sevenВ weВ comeВ outВ toВ breakfastНѕВ atВ halfВ­pastВ sevenВ weВ returnВ toВ ourВ work, В andВ stayВ untilВ halfВ­pastВ twelve”(DocumentВ B). В В TheВ LowellВ MillВ GirlsВ workedВ manyВ hoursВ andВ gotВ halfВ ofВ whatВ menВ wereВ paid. В TheВ mainВ reasonВ theyВ doВ itВ isВ toВ helpВ aВ familyВ member(usuallyВ male)В toВ

completeВ something, В likeВ college. В ThisВ showsВ howВ womenВ wereВ workingВ toВ helpВ menВ becomeВ moreВ successful. В TheВ workplaceВ wasВ unsanitary, В asВ mostВ factoriesВ were, В soВ manyВ ofВ theВ womenВ gotВ diseases. В ManyВ womenВ whoВ workedВ atВ LowellВ MillВ claimedВ thatВ " nothingВ isВ moreВ tediousВ thanВ aВ factoryВ life”(DocumentВ B). В BecauseВ ofВ theВ manyВ reasonsВ thatВ wereВ obviousВ toВ theВ worldВ thatВ womenВ weren'tВ givenВ properВ rights, В thisВ gaveВ aВ reasonВ forВ womenВ toВ gainВ theirВ rights. В OneВ ofВ theВ mainВ objectivesВ amongВ theВ womenВ whoВ workedВ inВ factoriesВ wereВ toВ haveВ theВ sameВ wagesВ asВ theВ menВ do. В TheВ womenВ whoВ workedВ thereВ eventuallyВ createdВ theВ LowellВ FemaleВ LaborВ ReformВ Association, В whichВ wasВ aВ laborВ unionВ forВ thoseВ whoВ workВ atВ LowellВ Mill. В TheyВ arguedВ overВ gettingВ properВ wagesВ andВ itВ theyВ...

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