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Abolition Fentress & Isaac

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BC: The End


1: Abolition- the act of being destroyed | Abolitionism began to gain support in the 1830'sfor several reasons. | Abolitionism was a movement in western Europe &the Americans to end the slave trade & emancipate slave

2: It drew its strength from the Second Great Awakening. | In the eyes of Abolitionist, slavery was an enormous evil for which the country needed to repent.

4: * Lived his life supporting anti-slavery movement by following his own beliefs. | John Brown

5: Harriet Beecher Stow | She wrote the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in 1851. She was a loyal, trustworthy abolitionist.

6: Sojourner Truth | She was a true civil rights leader. She fought for womens & black rights. She was born into slavery in 1787.

7: Booker.T.Washington | He was mulatto,and helped many escaped slaves through changing attitudes & education. He was the principle at the Tuskegee University.

8: Frederick Douglas | He was born into slavery, on a plantation in Baltimore Maryland. He was known to be the most successful abolitionist ever.

9: Harriet Tubman | She was born as a slave. She was the famous underground railroad conductor who saved over 300 slaves in 19 trips. | " freedom for herself was not enough" | She stood up for what she believed in, and what she thought was right.

10: Bibliography | *Text book-pg:243 | * | * | *


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