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Abolition/Suffrage

TermDefinition
Harriet Tubman led hundreds of enslaved African Americans to freedom along the Underground Railroad
William Lloyd Garrison wrote the Liberator and worked for the immediate emancipation of all enslaved African Americans
Frederick Douglas wrote the North Star and worked for rights to better the lives of African Americans and women
Isabel Sojourner Truth a former enslaved African American, who was a nationally known advocate for equality and justice
Susan B. Anthony an advocate to gain voting rights for women and equal rights for all
Elizabeth Cady Stanton played a leadership role in the women's rights movement
immediate freeing of slaves demanded by most abolitionists
abolitionists men and women who worked to end slavery
suffrage movement for equal rights for women; right to vote in an election
emancipation the freeing from bondage
underground railroad series of safe houses and hiding places for runaway enslaved African Americans
Created by: kmsew