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What was 19th-century reformer Dorothea Dix famous for? A. She started a famous abolitionist newspaper. B. She started a famous temperance league. C. She fought for better treatment of the mentally ill. D. She fought for better treatment of children in factories.
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User: What was the name of the abolitionist newspaper that William Lloyd Garrison started? A. Genius of Universal Emancipation B. Newburyport Herald C. National Philanthropist D. The Liberator

User: What was 19th-century reformer Dorothea Dix famous for? A. She started a famous abolitionist newspaper. B. She started a famous temperance league. C. She fought for better treatment of the mentally ill. D. She fought for better treatment of children in factories.

Weegy: C. She fought for better treatment of the mentally ill.
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User: Why was Harriet Tubman known as "the Moses of her people"? A. She gave them commandments to follow. B. She led them to freedom by way of the Underground Railroad. C. She toured all the world speaking on behalf of the slaves in the United States. D. She parted the Mississippi River.



Weegy: B. She led them to freedom by way of the Underground Railroad.
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User: Which of the following is a true statement about the Second Great Awakening? A. The Second Great Awakening gave people ideas about how to make money fast. B. A large reform movement developed from the ideas of the Second Great Awakening. C. Thomas Jefferson was inspired by the religious message of the Second Great Awakening. D. On a large scale, the Second Great Awakening had little impact on the United States.

Weegy: D. On a large scale, the Second Great Awakening had little impact on the United States.
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User: Which of the following statements BEST defines the word temperance? A. the ability to control one's anger when drinking alcohol B. the ability to change one's mind very quickly, particularly in regards to political topics C. modesty or humility in the way one dresses D. moderation or self-restraint, particularly in regards to alcohol

Weegy: D. moderation or self-restraint, particularly in regards to alcohol
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User: Which of the following was NOT a popular reform movement of the mid-19th century? A. the temperance movement B. the abolitionist movement C. the women's suffrage movement D. the anti-smoking movement

Weegy: D. the anti-smoking movement
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User: The Second Great Awakening was largely a reaction to the growing popularity of _________ during the early years of the United States. A. cities B. secularism C. science D. sleeping

Weegy: B. secularism
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User: Which of the following romantic writers wrote "The Raven"? A. James Fenimore Cooper B. Washington Irving C. Edgar Allen Poe D. William Cullen Bryant

Weegy: C. Edgar Allen Poe
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User: In what U.S. state was the Seneca Falls Convention held? A. New York B. Maryland C. Alabama D. New Jersey



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The Seneca Falls Convention was held in the state of New York.
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