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3 rd Grade Frederick Douglass Vocabulary
Vocabulary From American Heroes: Frederick Douglass AbolitionistRightsCivil Rights ConductorLibertyConscience EnslavedJusticeExpression FreedomSlaveryPrejudice Underground Railroad
What do we call rights protected by laws? _______________________________
What do we call a secret network of people and hiding places to help slaves escape to freedom? ______________________________
What do we call a person who wants to end slavery? __________________________
What do we call not being controlled by someone else? _______________________
What do we call a cruel system in which someone legally owns or controls another person? ___________________________
What do we call a person who helped people escape to freedom on the Underground Railroad? ___________________________
What do we call freedoms that are protected by a coutrys laws? ______________________________
What do we call a strong feeling or opinion formed unfairly or without knowing all the facts? ________________________
What do we call an inner sense of right and wrong? __________________________
What do we call forced to work without pay? _______________________
What do we call equal treatment under the law? _____________________________________
What is another word for freedom? ________________________
What do we call the ability to speak or write? ________________________
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