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Slave - Catchers By: Jadelyn
Slave – Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt down slaves trying to escape from there owners.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers were white men hunting down escaped slaves trying to escape to the North.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt down escaped slaves with guns, dogs, weapons, and ride on horses.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt escaped slaves for a reward (money).
Slave – Catchers Slave – Catchers were allowed to go in the North to catch escaped slaves under the Fugitive Slave Law.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers have been in the slave catching business since the nineteen century, and there profitable business ended when the Civil War ended.
Rising Tensions Abolitionism Spreads in North Frederick Douglass: runaway slave becomes abolitionist leader William Lloyd Garrison: editor.
Ellen and William craft Facts about my famous person By Kate T.
ASSIST(verb) To assist means to help.. Capture (noun) or ( verb) Noun: Capture is the act of catching something Verb: capture means to take by force.
Jeopardy SlaveryPeopleVocabularyDifferences Random Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
A very large farm. A person who fought to end slavery.
American Slavery. Triangle Trade Europeans traveled to Africa to capture slaves beginning in the 1500’s Europeans traded guns and goods for African slaves.
Fugitive Slave Act. The Fugitive Slave Act The Fugitive Slave Act was passed by the US congress on September 18 th This declared that all runaway.
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD. The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad was a secret network of people who helped runaway slaves escape to freedom.
HARRIET TUBMAN Conductor of the Underground Railroad.
The African- American Slavery Narrative A brief introduction to American slavery and Harriet Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.
By: Ericka Schaeffer. What was it? Law passed by the Untied States Congress on September 18, 1850 Part of the Compromise of1850 Between the Southern.
Compromise & Conflict: The Road to War Ms. Ramos Alta Loma High School.
The time period before the Civil War Someone who is actively involved in abolishing slavery.
Underground Railroad Escaping Slavery.
Created by Allison Duquaine and Desirae Bombay-Klyce.
Escape from slavery By Joel Reyes. Why did slaves escape? They escape because the slaves were not treaded right like the white They wanted there freedom.
The Home Front. The Civil War touched the lives of every American family, North and South.
The United States of America Among big rivers are the Colorado and the Missouri.
Compromises before the Civil war
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