The temperance movement was a move to apply the moral principle of living with moderation and self-control to the issue of alcohol consumption many temperance organizations led the campaign for prohibition of alcohol during this period. In this lesson, students learn about the temperance movement and new york in the 1890s by watching an excerpt from the bootlegger's notebook, investigation and examining period images, including. Thetemperancemovement - free download as pdf file (pdf), text file (txt) or read online for free document 1: temperance movement what was the temperance movement.
At the heart of the temperance movement was a document called a pledge that people signed to stop drinking alcohol in some cases, particularly in the early nineteenth century, people pledged to stop drinking hard or distilled spirits, such as whiskey and gin, only. Historical analysis of conference documents helps create an image of what the temperance movement stood for the movement believed that alcohol abuse was a threat to scientific progress, as it was believed citizens had to be strong and sober to be ready for the modern age. Sentoria davis 19th century ideas the temperance movement was created to make people drink less by the 1820s the movement tried to [ documentcoursecourse_num.
Inquiry: what does it mean when we say that the us constitution is a living document menu inquiry mini unit: prohibition and temperance movement what does it. The temperance movement grew throughout the country establishing temperance societies and publishing journals and as the movement grew the philosophy behind it began to change from moderation to banning the drinking of alcohol (prohibition) altogether in order to prevent alcoholism. Document-based question temperance movement, and the movement to end child labor 5 according to this 1912 document, why does this speaker think the use of.
Home educator resources teaching with documents the volstead act the volstead act women were strongly behind the temperance movement, for alcohol was. The first temperance movement was established in 1789 by farmers in connecticut who were influenced by dr benjamin rush's assertion that alcoholism destroys the mind and body other groups sprang in other states some were community-based, while others had nationwide reach. Dyssonant expressions the legacy of temperance how the temperance movement s social experiment continues today antonia e d'orsay 6/18/2011 [type the abstract of the document here.
Temperance: the evils of alcohol temperance movement use details and information from the five documents to support your. The anti-alcohol movement permanent temperance documents of the american temperance society (vol 1) by american temperance society call number: online - free. I need a primary source document [on a site] that is from the us temperance movement during the nineteenth century thank you so much just attach the link. List of all primary sources a temperance pledge (1834) the ten dialogues on the effects of ardent spirits (1831) preface from youth's temperance lecture (1841.
The temperance movement shifted into national politics with the formation of the national prohibition party in 1869 in 1874 the woman's christian temperance union (wctu) was founded the prohibition party saw modest success in state elections through the 1870s and peaked in national popular support in 1892 with a presidential candidate. The temperance movement, also called the prohibition movement, was a political and social movement in the united states popular during progressive era supporters of the temperance movement, mostly protestant and known as teetotalers, worked for many decades to end the sale of alcohol across the united states at the local, state and national level. Unitd states history document-based question keep their control of the temperance movement by 1818 the controlled elite- mssi faded out, and new, national.