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Sojourner Truth a female former slave who spoke in favor of abolition and women's rights
Nat Turner a slave who led a rebellion that killed 59 people
Harriet Tubman the most famous "conductor" of the Underground Railroad
Grimke Sisters daughters of former slave owners who spoke against slavery
William Lloyd Garrison a white abolitionist who started an anti-slavery newspaper called the Liberator
Harriet Beecher Stowe author of Uncle Tom's Cabin; a book that caused tensions between the North and the South
John Brown a white abolitionist who raided a weapons arsenal in Harper's Ferry, Virginia
Frederick Douglass a male former slave who spoke in favor of abolition; he also started a newspaper called the North Star
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