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3rd Grade Susan B. Anthony Vocabulary
Vocabulary From American Heroes: Susan B. AnthonyAbolitionists Convention Diligence Independent Justice Legislature Organizer Property Quaker Register Slavery Suffrage
What do we call the right to vote?_______________________________
What do we call something that is owned?______________________________
What do we call people who wanted to end slavery?__________________________
What do we call a member of a religion that emphasizes equality among people?_______________________
What do we call a cruel system in which one person owns and controls another person?___________________________
What do we call a formal meeting where people discuss a subject they are interested in?___________________________
What do we call the law-making part of government?______________________________
What do we call a person who gets others to work for a shared goal or cause?________________________
What do we call placing one’s name on an official list to do something?__________________________
What do we call working hard for a long time?_______________________
What do we call equal treatment under the law?_____________________________________
What do we call being free to make one’s own decisions?________________________
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