American Antebellum Reform Movements



The Antebellum Era of American history was filled with social reforms ranging from temperance and religious revival to the advancement of women's rights. These social reforms were organized attempts to improve society in the spirit of Jacksonian democracy, which sought to to make the political system fairer for all in American society. Many Americans then took this spirit of Jacksonian democracy and applied it to different social aspects of their lives.In this WebQuest, you will explore one (1) Antebellum Reform movement and ultimately teach your classmates about the successes and shortcomings of the reform movement in the context of the Antebellum culture. 

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