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History Facts #41-50

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was the era in which a change from household industries to factory production using powered machinery took place. Industrial Revolution
was an invention by Eli Whitney that speeded the cleaning of cotton fibers and in effect, increased the need for slaves. Cotton Gin
Invented by Eli Whitney _____________________ are uniform pieces that can be made in large quantities to replace other identical pieces. This invention greatly helped the growth of American industry. Interchangeable Parts
was a person who wanted to end slavery in the United States. abolitionist
was a former slave who became the best-known black abolitionist in the country. Frederick Douglass
was an escaped slave who became a vocal member of the abolitionist movement as well as women’s rights. Sojourner Truth
helped fuel the abolitionist movement in 1852 by writing Uncle Tom’s Cabin. The book shined a light on the horrors of slavery. Harriett Beecher Stowe
is the refusal to obey a government law or laws as a means of passive resistance because of one’s moral conviction or belief. Civil Disobedience
These women organized the Seneca Falls Convention creating the Declaration of Sentiments and ultimately the Women’s Rights Movement in the United States. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott
helped create the woman’s rights movement into a national organization. Susan B. Anthony
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