The era of reform

This is an art gallery of reform.  And many people of the reform for example Dorothea Lynde Dix.  This is also going to talk about how blacks were educated and how the people were able to survive off of the harsh government.  By: Gabriel Austin

Dorothea Lynde Dix, Samuel Bell Waugh, 1868, From the collection of: Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery
This is a picture of Dorthea Dix one of the women that were against women not having their rights. And this is a picture of her in a golden frame.
Hood Ornament, "Votes for Women," 1900-1920, The Henry Bruml Company, 1900/1920, Original Source: http://collections.thehenryford.org/Collection.aspx?objectKey=242001
This is a picture of a little necklace type thing that says votes for women. And this was back in the late 1800's to the early 1900's and it is for women rights because women did not have rights.
Harriet Tubman at home and her friends. Residents of the Home for the Aged and Indigent Negroes. Auburn, N.Y., Unidentified maker, 1887, From the collection of: George Eastman Museum
This is a caption of Harriet Tubman with her family. Harriet Tubman was a very important woman because she helped in the civil war as a union spy and her also was for women having rights.
Oberlin University, Bill Ray, 1970-10, From the collection of: LIFE Photo Collection
This is a picture that I found which appears to be someone taking piano lessons at Oberlin college the first university to allow blacks and women into their school. This was very important in history.
Slater Training School classroom, Unknown, From the collection of: Amistad Research Center
This is a photo of a few kids in school but the change is that they are black kids so this is a picture from the time that people finally started to let blacks and women into school so they can learn.
View of the Giralda from Calle Placentines, José Domínguez Bécquer, ca.1836, From the collection of: Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga
Reform was very crucial because it was a big time of change. It changed education, religion and many more things that have been able to make the United States what it is today and how we live today.
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