Alexis de Tocqueville (tawk-veel) Frenchmen that came to America to observe prisons and other aspects of American life
Tocqueville (tawk-veel) correctly anticipates the potential of the debate over the abolition of slavery to tear apart the United Statesabolitionslavery the rise of the United States and Russia as rival superpowers, which they did become after World War II, with Russia as the central component of the Soviet Union. superpowerscentral component Noting the rise of the industrial sector in the American economy, HE WROTE A BOOK CALLED DEMOCRACY FOR AMERICA
CACUS The term caucus apparently comes from an Algonquin word meaning "gathering of tribal chiefs," and the main crux of the caucus system today is indeed a series of meetings Its a way to nominate a presidential Canidate.
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN ABOLITIONISTS
WAIT A MINUTE! WHAT IS AN ABOLISHSNIST? SOMEONE THAT WAS OPPOSED TO THE INSTITUTION OF SLAVERY! SOMEONE WHO HATED SLAVERY AND WANTED TO GET RID OF IT OR ABOLISH IT!
IF YOU WANTED TO END SLAVERY… YOU JOINED AN ANTI- SLAVERY MOVEMENT
The Liberator was Garrison's vehicle for informing the nation of the evils of slavery and the need for abolition. Garrison was able to make himself heard throughout the nation via the Liberator. Garrison published his paper in Boston because he felt that New England needed the most help and change in public opinion. (1) (1)
THE LIBERATOR BECAME THE BUGLE CALL FOR FREEDOM
AFRICAN AMERICANS WERE LEFT OUT OF THE POLITICAL LIFE IN OUR COUNTRY
SOJOURNER TRUTH (to travel) I did not run off, for I thought that wicked, but I walked off, believing that to be all right."
SOJOURNER TRUTH HER REAL NAME WAS ISABELLA BAUMFREE "The Spirit calls me [East], and I must go." Born into slavery and sold many times. She had 13 children Isabella had a life-changing religious experience -- becoming "overwhelmed with the greatness of the Divine presence" and inspired to preach
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD A SERIES OF ESCAPE ROUTES RUNNING FROM THE SOUTH TO THE NORTH. SLAVES WOULD BE LED BY CONDUCTORS (HARRIET TUBMAN) AND STAY IN HOUSES (STATIONS) ALONG THEIR JOURNEY 50,000 SLAVES USED THESE ROUTES!
IN THE MID 1840s WOMEN LIKE…. LUCRETIA MOTT AND ELIZABETH CADY STANTON STARTED GETTING TOGETHER TO DISCUSS SLAVERY AND HOW TO END IT!
THE WOMEN STARTED TO ALSO TALK ABOUT WOMENS RIGHTS! 1. EQUALITY AT WORK 2. EQUALITY AT SCHOOL 3. EQUALITY AT CHURCH 4. EQUALITY IN LAW 5. EQUALITY IN VOTING RIGHTS 6. EQUALITY IN GOVERNMENT 7. EQUALITY IN PUBLIC LIFE
IN 1848 LUCRETIA MOTT AND ELIZABETH C. STANTON MET IN SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK
IT WILL TAKE 60 MORE YEARS UNTIL WOMEN EARENED THE RIGHT TO VOTE
WHAT DO I DO NOW? 1. OPEN BOOK TO p. 393 2. OPEN BINDER TO CHAPTER SIXTEEN QUESTIONS (1-28) 3. COMPLETE QUESTIONS TO THE BEST OF YOUR ABILITY! 4. NEATNESS COUNTS AND THIS IS DUE TOMORROW! Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves, by Abraham Lincoln,