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Abolitionist people who didn't believe in slavery Fredrick Douglass, Nat Turner, Harriet Tubman, William Lloyd Garrison, John Brown
Nonviolence no violence William Lloyd Garrison and Fredrick Douglas believed in stopping slavery without using any violence
Slave pen a place where they kept slaves when they were about to sell them in the market
Religion The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power. God is the main person American people worship
Emancipation free someone from the rule of someone else emancipation proclamation was a document that freed the slaves in the south
Petition a written request
Gag rule a regulation that doesn't allow you to talk about important matter in public, example slavery
Bleeding Kansas a series of violent events, involving anti-slavery Free-Staters and pro-slavery that happened in Kansas
Free states Vs. Slave states a free state didn't allow slavery. A slave state allows slavery they tried to keep them balanced so the south wouldn't get mad
Personal Liberty Act
Fugitive Slave Act any slave that ran away would have to be brought back to their owner
Dred Scott decisions Once a slave always a slave African American are not citizens
Angelina Grimke a white abolitionist she didn't like slavery because they were mean to slaves she didn't like it because she thought it was a sin and that the white masters would go to jail.
Frederick Douglass A formal slave that ran away from its owner believed in stopping slavery without using any violence
William Lloyd Garrison A white abolitionist that didn't believe in using violence to prove his point. Him and Fredrick went around the states spreading their ideas
The Liberator a newspaper that bashed on slavery ran by William Lloyd Garrison
Dred Scott Dred Scott first African American went to trial to sue for his freedom in 1847
John Brown White abolitionist that believed in using violence to stop slavery. believed armed insurrection was the only way to overthrow the institution. Killed pro-slavery people
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