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Abolitionist abolitionist were the people that were against slavery.
nonviolence many abolitionist were nonviolence meaning they belived in nonviolence.
slave pen slave pen were rooms were they gather slaves to clean and greasy them. before they sold them.
religion religion is what people belived or belive.
gag rule the gag was a law were you couldnt talk against the goverment about slaves.
bleeding Kansas bleeding kansas was a war between the slaves and free people.
free states vs slave states free states were trying to end slaves states.
personal liberty act
fugitive slave act the fugitive slave act was when your slave ran away the person who found it had to bring it back to you.
dred scott decision once a slavea always a slave.
Angelina grimke was a southern woman the ran away to the north beacuse she thought slavery was a seen
Frederick douglass was slave the fought for his freedom
William Lloyd garrison was a white man that was a abolitionist
The Liberator
John Brown
Dred Scott
"Put on the full armor of God"
"Give no quarter"
"His diploma is written on his back"
"Caution. It is nothing but the word of cowardice"
"Let loose the dogs of war"
SHAKESPEARE (why does Brown quote him? 10 bonus points on exam if you can write the whole quote from Shakespeare you were given)
Sic semper tyrannis” (relate to all white government)
"Et tu, Brute" (relate to Dred Scott Decision)
Reconstruction when they were trying to rebuild america.
13th amendment free the slaves
14th amendment made african americans citizens
15th amendment males can vote
freedmens bureau
Compromise of 1850
Kansas Nebraska Act
Black Codes codes the ex slaves had to go with.
1876 (what is the significance of this year? Why is it ironic?)
Compromise of 1877
radical republicans
ku klux klan a group of men the were antiablolitionist the burned cross
Ulysses S Grant
The Negro question
Created by: alexmaurico4062