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Unit #11


define abolitionist a person who fights to abolish slavery
what is another name for an abolitionist? reformer
How did William Lloyd Garrison protest slavery? He burned a copy of the constitution
How did burning a copy of the constitution express abolitionist beliefs? it showed how unfair and unjust American laws were
What was the name of the newspaper owned by Frederick Douglass? North Star
Who did Frederick Douglass work for in the North? William Lloyd Garrison
Who owned the Liberator? William Lloyd Garrison
What was the Liberator? a newspaper
Who was Isabella Baumfree? Sojourner Truth
What country did the American Colonization Society create and what is it's capital? Liberia; Monrovia
Who was MOST involved with the American Colonization Society? Paul Cuffe
Who created the American Anti-Slavery Society? William Lloyd Garrison
What state did most abolitionists live in? Massachusetts
Who was the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin? Harriet Beecher Stowe
What saying is most associated with Malcolm X? By any means necessary
Who first said, "By any means necessary?" David Walker
Where did Malcol X learn to read? in jail
What book made white Northerners most aware of the horrors of slavery? Uncle Tom's Cabin
What does the X in Malcolm X's last name stand for? unknown
What was Malcolm X's birth name? Malcolm Little
Define EMANCIPATION: Freedom
What "kind" od emancipation" did William Lloyd Garrison demand? immediate
Who were Langston Hughes and Countee Cullen? Poets
What crop demanded slave labor? cotton
Who was the greatest black writer and thinker of his generation? Frederick Douglass
What was Ain't I a Woman? A speech
Who said, "Ain't I a woman?" Sojourner Truth
Who was a 2 time runaway slave? Frederick Douglass
Who was David Walker appealing too? People of color
What was the North Star? a newspaper
Who owned the North Star? Frederick Douglass
What was the Underground Railroad? safe houses
Who was the leader of the Underground Railroad? Harriet Tubman
Define SUFFRAGE: Woman's right to vote
Who was the first black feminist who fought for suffrage? Sojourner Truth
Who was Moses? Harriet Tubman
Who was the richest black man in America? Paul Cuffe
Who owned ships? Paul Cuffe
Who were the two main characters in Uncle Tom's Cabin? Uncle Tom & Simon LeGree
What did most abolitionists base their beliefs in? Christianity
How did Uncle Tom's Cabin affect white Northerners? It made them aware of the horrors of slavery
What did the 2 main characters in Uncle Tom's Cabin represent? Jesus & the Devil
How many enslaved people were led to freedom on the Underground Railroad? 300
Who was the most radical BLACK abolitionist? David Walker
Why did most enslaved people reject colonization? they were born in America and wanted to fight for their rights
How many enslaved people returned to Africa? about 4,000
What did David Walker believe in? The use of violence against white people
What government job did Frederick Douglass have? Minister to Haiti
Who encouraged African Americans to join the fight against slavery during the Civil War? Frederick Douglass
Created by: rsweeney