Era of Reform

By Victor Nyirenda

This piece is displaying two women both with very important roles in women's rights and the abolition of slavery. They made a great team. Susan managed the business affairs and Elizabeth did most of the writing.
This piece displays another famous women's rights activist. Lucretia Mott. She helped write the Declaration of Sentiments during the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention.
This piece displays people traveling The Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad was a network of secret pathways and safe houses used by enslaved people of African descent.
On the topic of Slavery, Abraham Lincoln was arguably one of the greatest presidents ever. He continue the abolition of Slavery and he prosecuted civil war.
This piece displays the harsh and crowded working conditions of a factory. Many people worked in this poor conditions for minimum wage.
This piece displays the men doing a toast with alcohol. It symbolizes the temperance movement and the effects of drinking alcohol.
All of these people, places, and ideas have been reformed and we don't really think about it today. Without Reform, we could still be forced to work in poor-conditioned factories or women would still be discriminated. Reform is very important and it has impacted our world.
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