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CH. 11&12 Review

Who published the Liberator to promote opposition to slavery? William Lloyd Garrison
Who created the Declaration of Sentiments? Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Where was the Declaration of Sentiments delivered? Seneca Falls Convention
Seneca Falls Convention and the Declaration of Sentiments both promoted what? Women's voting rights
William Lloyd Garrison, John Brown, Harriet Tubman, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Frederick Douglas all wanted to end what? Slavery
People who wanted to end slavery were known as what? Abolitionist
How did the abolition movement affect the women suffrage movement? It benefited from the experiences of the abolition movement.
Secret groups and routes that helped slaves escape. Underground Railroad
A social reform movement that encouraged religion and for people to better their lives. Second Great Awakening
The plantation system encouraged the growth of what? Slavery
This machine helped cotton production and boosted the need for slavery in the south. Cotton Gin
Who invented the Cotton Gin? Eli Whitney
Why did southern plantation owners oppose tariffs? It raised the price of imported goods.
Did the South lack or have plenty of factories? Lack
What was the purpose of the Cotton Gin? process cotton fiber quickly
The movement to ban alcohol. Temperance Movement
What law maintained the balance of representatives between slave states and free states? Missouri Compromise
Created by: jmackey2