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ch. 8 Sec 2 Slavery


Abolition To outlaw slavery
William Lloyd Garrison Abolitionist and editor of the Liberator newspaper
emancipation Freeing of slaves
David Walker A free black, advised blacks to fight for freedom, rather than to wait for slave owners to end slavery
Frederick Douglass Former slave who was taught to read and write. Became an activist for slaves
Nat Turner A slave in Virginia, who felt he was chosen to lead a revolt against whites
Antebellum Pre-Civil War
Gag Rule A rule limiting or preventing debate on an issue (slavery)
Created by: blanner