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Reconstruction

TermDefinition
Ablitionist Someone who speaks out against slavery
noviolence someone who speaks out against slavery without using violence Example of novolence: William Lloyd Garrison and Fredrick Douglous Example of provolence: John Brown
Slave Pen Its a place where they held slaves waiting to get sold. They clean up the slaves and make them look healthy and clean
Religion 1.The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods.
Emancipation Breaking away , breaking free
Petition When you get everybody to sign for a cause
Gag Rule Cant talk, were not aloud to speak out against slvery.
Bleeding Kansas popular soverighty
Free states vs slave sates Free states didnt allow slaves and slave states allowed slaves. They tried to keep it balanced that way there wont be any problems.
Personal liberty act Cant capture exscape slaves that were in free states and put them in jail
Fugitive slave act Any slave that ran away had to get brought back to there owner or they wouold be punished.
Dred Scott Decision Dred wanted to be set free since his owner moved to a free state but the court didnt approve. they said, " Once slave a slave always a slave"
Angeline Grimke Abolitionist, once of the richest family in the south. Believed that owning slaves was a sin. She left from her home to the north to get away from the sin.
Fredrick Douglass Abolitionist, no-volience. He was sold when he was 6. The first thing he saw was a women getting beat to death.
William Llyod Garrison Abolitionist,addivcated non- volent, believed that giving him slavery would give him meaning to life
The Liberator A newspaper that went against slvery and it was written by William L. Garrison.
Joh Brown Abolitionists, Pro-violence.
Dred Scott He was a slave that wanted to be free
"Put on the full armor of God" Garrison, lead by Divine Providence
"Give no Quarter" Garrison, give them absoutly, Stand strong, dont give up
Created by: dominiquenance