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Reconstruction

TermDefinition
Abolitionist A person agaisnt slavery.
Nonviolence Not to be abused or mistreated.
Slave Pen A place where the slaves were fixed up to look nice for buyers.
Religion A belief.
Emancipation Freeing a person from control of another.
Petition A written request signed by many people appealing to authority to a particular case.
Gag rule Saying you cannot speak out agaisnt slavery.
Bleeding Kansas The border war involving anti-slavery, free-states and pro-slavery.
Free States vs Slave States
Personal Liberty Act
Fugitive Slave Act
Dred Scott Decision A court case that said "once a slave always a slave".
Angelina Grimke A rich southern abolitionist who believed slavery was agaisnt Gods will. She also believed in nonviolence.
Fredrick Douglass A former slave that worked with John Brown.
William Lloyd Garrison
The Liberator A paper read by Fredrick Douglass, stating slaves should be freed.
John Brown A aboltionist that worked with Fredrick Douglass who did NOT believe in nonviolence.
Dred Scott A former slave/abolitionist who had a case that said "once a slave always a slave" that then was "once a slave now a citizen".
"Put on the full armor of God" A quote said by William Garrison meaning, fight he good fight of the faith.
"Give no quarter"
"His diploma is written on his back" A quote said by John Brown meaning he worked for his freedom.
"Caution. It is the nothing but the word of cowardice"
"Africa"
"Let loose the dogs of war" A quote said by John Brown
"Cry Havoc ! And let slip the dogs of war. That this foul deed shall smell above the earth" John Brown said this because he believed you SHOULD be punished by God, for your sins.
"Sic Semper tyrannis"
"Et tu Brute"
Reconstruction
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Freedmans Bureau
Compromise of 1850
Kansas Nebraska Act
Black Codes
1876
Compromise of 1877
Carpetbaggers
Scalawags
Radical Republicans
Klu Klux Klan (KKK) Upper class white men that hated african americans, abolitionists, carpetbaggers and scalawags.
Ulysses S Grant
The Negro Question
Created by: BrittanyAlexis