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A movement ignites an explosive era
Began as an evangelical Christian movement. Garrison founded the newspaper: “ The Liberator” in 1831. Demanded the immediate abolition of slavery without compensation to slaveholders.
“I will not retreat a single inch—AND I WILL BE HEARD.” Garrison Assailed the Constitution as “a covenant with death and an agreement with Hell.”
Prong I: Appeal to religious Americans. “Bible Against Slavery” “American Slavery as it is. Testimony of 1000 witnesses”. Printing advancements?
Prong II: help liberate African Americans from Slavery. The Underground Railroad. Frederick Douglass Harriet Tubman 1000 freed annually Fugitive Slave Law
10% Abolitionist 20% sympathetic to Abolitionist cause Segregated abolitionist meeting Most not in favor? Why? Result? Elijah Lovejoy and others.
Prong III: appeal to state and national legislators. Petitions with 500,000 signatures were common. Aboltionist groups grew to 2000 from 200. Henry David Thoreau
Andrew Jackson ordered the US Congress to prohibit Abolitionist mail in 1838. Georgia's legislature sponsored a bill with a $5000.00 reward to anyone who would kindap Garrison!
Congress agreed in 1844 not to talk about Slavery. Why? Until…1849 David Wilmot
Life and times Break with Garrison over “union with slaveholders” Can’t abandon slaves. Profile in Courage
ABOLITION – the movement to end slavery 1 WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON – abolitionist who publishes a newspaper called The Liberator 2 William Lloyd Garrison.
Abolitionist Movement. Goals of the Abolitionists: 1. End Slavery 2. Equal Rights for all African Americans 3. Educate the freed slaves 4. Send the former.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ABOLITIONISTS TO SUCCEED IN APUSH APUSH REVIEW: FAMOUS ABOLITIONISTS
Abolitionist/Anti-Slavery. Antislavery Movement ; most preferred religious education, political action, boycotts of slave-harvested goods, or downright.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 13 Section 1 Technology and Industrial Growth Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 3 The Antislavery.
Abolition. Second Great Awakening Christian renewal movement that spread across the United States in the early 1800s. Individuals responsible for his/her.
Chapter 12 Section 2 The Fight Against Slavery Describe efforts in the North to end slavery. Discuss the contributions of William Lloyd Garrison, Frederick.
OPPOSITION TO SLAVERY By: Susan Gembic. SLAVERY ENDS IN THE NORTH In 1780, Pennsylvania became the first state to pass a law that gradually eliminated.
Chapter 9 Let Your Motto Be Resistance,
Warm Up:. Today’s Question: What were the key ideas of the abolition movement?
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Abolitionism.
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON – abolitionist who publishes a newspaper called The Liberator. Taught “SLAVERY WAS SIN!!!!!” William Lloyd Garrison.
Reform Movements. Impact of the Second Great Awakening Christian renewal movement.
JOHN C. CALHOUN Pro - Slavery Southern political leader Strong supporter of slavery Argued states NOT Congress had the right to determine whether or not.
The Abolition Movement. Early Abolitionism ‘Abolitionists’ advocated the end of slavery American Colonization Society (ACS) –Founded in Virginia in 1817.
The Beginnings.... David Walker Spread ideas through mending Sailor’s pants Roots of Abolitionism Mennonites Quaker: Benjamin Lundy –Gradual Emancipation.
APUSH. Person3 Details of Person’s View on Slavery Actions Person Took to Support Viewpoint.
The Abolition Movement. Before the early 1830s, slavery was discussed calmly. Since slavery was banned in the North, most of the early abolitionists were.
The Civil War Unit 4 Vocabulary. Civil War War between the states (North and South fought against one another over slavery and how the national government.
New Movements in America The Movement to End Slavery CHAPTER 14, SECTION 4 PAGES
What “unalienable rights” of people were expressed in the Declaration of Independence? Were enslaved African Americans able to enjoy the rights of.
Chapter 12 The Road to the Civil War Section 12-1: Abolitionists Pages
Class Notes. 1. The 3/5 compromise- that 3 out of 5 slaves would count toward representation- also each state would decide whether to allow slavery. 2.
Reform Movements. Influence of the Second Great Awakening It was movement of Christian renewal that began in the 1790s and became widespread in the U.S.
Opposition to Slavery. Americans Oppose Slavery In the 1830’s there was an anti-slavery group known as the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition.
+ Frederick Douglass Key historical moments. + The Abolition movement Antislavery activity in the US began in colonial times 1680s: Quakers in Pennsylvania.
R E F O R M. Wave of Religious excitement Meetings called “revivals”
What do we call people who worked to correct the problems of society?
Aim: Who were the leaders of the Abolition movement?
THE ABOLITIONISM: ANTE- BELLUM AMERICA
A child with a factory job might work 12 to 18 hours a day, six days a week, to earn a dollar. Many children began working before the age of 7, tending.
Abolitionism. Slave Experience Physical Conditions brutality, degradation, and inhumanity whippings, executions, and rapes were common.
Vocabulary Ch.8 Sec 1 Horace Mann Social Reform Temperance movement Prohibition Dorothea Dix.
Radical vs Moderate Abolitionists Do Now Question... What is an “abolitionist”? An abolitionist is someone that wants to abolish, or end, slavery Abolitionism.
The Movement to End Slavery. I. Abolition A. Ending Slavery 1.In the 1830’s a movement formed seeking abolition – an end of slavery 2.Some wanted emancipation.
Chapter 8, Section 2 The Fight Against Slavery p Abolitionists seek an end to slavery in the United States.
Abraham Lincoln 1. Mixed beliefs about slavery 2. Slavery was an injustice 3. Did not interfere with slavery in South 4. Against expansion of slavery in.
The Antebellum Era ( ): Slavery Divides the Nation Part 1.
Chapter 16 section 2 In the 1800’s there was an increasing call for emancipation. Emancipation-freeing of slaves One idea was to settle free slaves.
Social Reform SSUSH7 Students will explain the process of economic growth, its regional and national impact in the first half of the 19th century, and.
Jeopardy $100 Fighting SlaveryCauses AbolitionistsLeftovers Compromises $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300.
Chapter 8 section 2 “Slavery and Abolition”…. Abolition ….the call to outlaw slavery William Lloyd Garrison: Newspaper called the LIBERATOR SLAVES SHOULD.
Religion and Reform. Transcendentalism Believed spiritual discovery and insight could lead to truth Urged self reliance and acting on one’s own beliefs.
The Movement to End Slavery Abolition Movement to end slavery on moral grounds Some called for immediate emancipation (freedom), others for gradual.
Starter: Review Questions Andrew Jackson was given many nicknames during his long military and political career. Name at least two of his nicknames. Write.
Competency Goal 2 EOC Review. ______ wrote The Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne.
African-Americans and The Abolitionist Movement. Slave Family Parents not legally married Children did not work the fields until the age of 8 Families.
By: Sara Falso. “I will be as harsh as truth, and uncompromising as justice… I am earnest, I will not equivocate, I will not excuse, I will not retreat.
Leaders of the Abolition Movement, Part II Mr. Foster CCMS Social Sciences.
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