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Unit 4 Abolition

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Harriet Tubman was often referred to as the conductor of the underground Railroad. Why was she called this? She accompanied slaves to help them escape
Women suffragists like Elizabeth Cady Stanton modeled the Seneca Falls Declaration from the... Declaration of Independence
Based on the Sojourner Truth's speech "Ain't I a Woman," what is true about her... She was beaten She was a slave She had thirteen children At times she went without getting enough food
Which group worked closely with the abolitionist movement and the Underground Railroad? Quakers
One of the goals of the women's suffrage movement was to.... give women the right to vote
Fredrick Douglass was a former slave. He wanted to end slavery. He probably believed in _________________ for all people. liberty
Susan B Anthony wanted men and women to have the same rights. This means she believed in being fair. Someone who is fair believe in which quality? justice
How did Harriet Tubman escape from slavery? through the Underground Railroad
Susan B Anthony wanted women to have the same rights as men. She never gave up in her work to make this happen. Which positive quality did she probably have? diligence
A person who favors the end of a practice or institution is considered a .... abolitionist
An advocate of the extension of voting rights.... suffragist
She helped more than 300 slaves escape to freedom using the Underground Railroad. Harriet Tubman
She served as a scout, spy and a nurse during the Civil War. Harriet Tubman
He opened a school to teach other slaves to read. Fredrick Douglass
He wrote a biography as an American slave. Fredrick Douglass
She is gave the "Ain't I a Woman" speech at the Women's Convention in Ohio. Sojourner Truth
She worked hard to advocate for freed people after the Civil War during the reconstruction period. Sojourner Truth
These two women started the National Women Suffrage Association. Susan B Anthony & Elizabeth Cady Stanton
She was a Quaker who believed everyone should be treated equally and with respect. Susan B Anthony
She organized the first women's rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
This was passed into law by President Lincoln, it allowed all slaves to be free. Emancipation Proclamation
This amendment to the Constitution allowed black men to vote. the 15th amendment
This amendment to the Constitution allowed for women to vote. the 19th amendment
Created by: ctabor