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abolitionist against slavery
nonviolence no violence
slave pen holds slaves after they get off the ships, preparing to be auctioned off
gag rule
bleeding kansas
free states vs slave states
personal liberty act
fugitive slave act
dred scott decision
angelina grimke
frederick douglas
william lyod garrison "the liberator" abolitionist news paper
the liberator
john brown
dred scott
"put on the full armor of god"
"give no quarter"
"his diploma is on his back"
caution. it is nothing but a word of cowardice
"africa" code name the north used for the south
"let loose the dogs of war"
Shakespeare ( why did john brown quote him) hequoted him becaue everyone knew the play and what the situation was at the time.
"sic semper tyrannus" this always to tyrannts
"et tu Brute"
13th amendment freed slaves
14th amendment made slaves citizens
15th amendment male suffrage
freedmens bureau gave blacks a chance for jobs, and education
compromise of 1850
kansas nebraska act
black codes
compromise of 1877
radical republicans
ulysses s. grant
the negro question
Created by: chrissimmons