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Amer. History Ch14

Sections one-four; pgs 402-419; *th Gradeee! :)

The Great Awakening a powerful religious movement against slavery.
Charles Grandison Finney a minister and a leader of the Second Great Awakening.
Henry Highland Garnet he spoke against slavery who was Negro and was an escaped slave.
Political a spirit of democracy against slavery; Thomas Jefferson said "all men are created equal", but excluded Negros.
Religious A spirit of revival; Quakers had spoken out since colonial times, and said "all men and women were equal in the eyes of God"; The Second Great Awakening.
Thomas Jefferson he said the nation needed more educated people.
1804 all states from Pennsylvania and North promised to free slaves.
50,000 number of slaves in the North.
1,000,000 number of slaves in the South.
1817 American Colonization Society founded, proposing to end slavery by setting up a colony in Africa.
1822 President Monroe helped establish the nation of Liberia.
Paul Cuffe he thought Negros didn't have equal rights and should go to Liberia, so he spent $4,000 of his own money to send 38 Blacks to Liberia.
A few thousand number that went back to Liberia.
Abolitionist A person who was against slavery in the United States.
Freedom's Journal an anti-slavery newspaper; James Forten and other wealthy African Americans gave to the paper and other anti-slavery efforts.
David Walker he was one of the most outspoken abolitionists that wrote "Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World".
Frederick Douglas he defied slave codes and taught himself to read and write. he would pick up pick through discarded newspapers and read those. then he wrote n anti-slavery paper called "North Star".
William Lloyd Garrison he was a white abolitionst that made the anti-slavery newspaper called the "Liberator" and said that slavery was evil.
Grimke Sisters they were wealthy slaveholders; lectures about evil slavery; started to crusade for womens rights.
Stations houses/churches/caves/wagons/hay piles were abolitionists and runaway slaves could sleep.
$40,000 Harriett Tubman's reward for bringing 300 slaves to freedom after 19 trips.
19 number of trips Harriett Tubman took to get 300 runaway slaves to freedom.
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