202. Abolition: The reform movement working towards the end of slavery.
203. Second Great Awakening: A revival of religious feeling and devotion. This lead many people to work towards a better society through the reform movements.
204. Revival: Something becoming popular again, an idea, event, etc being reintroduced into society
205. Suffrage: The reform movement working towards women’s right to vote
206. Sojourner Truth: This abolitionist and suffragist gave the “Ain’t I a woman” speech at Seneca Falls and worked to gain rights for African Americans and women.
207. Elizabeth Cady Stanton: This Suffragist was a leader in organizing the Seneca Falls convention and pushing for women’s rights.
208. Fredrick Douglas: An ex-slave who became a key abolitionist working towards the end of slavery. He wrote a newspaper, north star, gave speeches, and wrote an autobiography.
209. Declaration of Sentiments: A formal statement of injustices suffered by women, written by the organizers of the Seneca Falls Convention. It was modeled after the Declaration of Independence and said what they believed about the treatment of women.
210. Seneca Falls Convention: Meeting of 300 people where they wrote the Declaration of Sentiments, gave speeches, and planned how to get women the right to vote.