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uh i wasnt there on that day srry i dont know that
Abolitionism, used as a single word, was a movement to end slavery, whether formal or informal. The term has become adopted by those seeking the abolishment of any perceived injustice to a group of people. There are abolition movements to end human trafficking, the sex slave trafficking, abortion, children used in war, and many others.
Noun 1. abolitionism - the doctrine that calls for the abolition of slavery doctrine, ism, philosophical system, philosophy, school of thought - a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
yeah i got that i want to know how hard they tryed to end slavery and how they did their part and if they were attackd some how
im not to sure on that part i am just beginning this to in class
what school do u go to?
its an online school
i go to connections academy home school
List of African American abolitionists Peter H. Clark * Samuel Cornish * William Craft * Martin Delany (1812–1885) * Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), orator, ex-slave * James Forten * Henry Highland Garnet * Frances Harper * Lewis Hayden * Charles Henry Langston * John Mercer Langston * Terry Loguen * John Parker * James W.C. Pennington * Gabriel Prosser * Robert Purvis * Charles Lenox Remond * David Ruggles * John Brown Russwurm * Benjamin "Pap" Singleton * James McCune Smith * Austin Steward * Maria W. Stewart * William Still * Sojourner Truth (1797?-1883), ex-slave * Harriet Tubman (1820-1913), ex-slave, writer * Nat Turner * Denmark Vesey * David Walker * William Whipper * Theodore S. Wright * Lee T. Smith A confederate liberator who gave the most help to Harriet Tubman. Along with most people in the North, they knew that slavery was the mainstay of the cotton industry, and they were keen not to lose the cotton revenues. But they were also keen to maintain their majority in Congress, and be free to protect American industry (nearly all in the North) with import tariffs that the South were liable to pay, having no industry of their own. The war started when the newly-inaugurated Lincoln (not an abolitionist) rejected the final compromise because it would have allowed for some new slave-states.
thank you so much do u have like conclusion to end a powerpoint becuse thats all i need to finish my project
Umm what do u want me to write about your conclusion, what are you talking about??