CLUE #1                                  CLUE #2In 1619, 20 slaves naked and in         In 1793, This invention led to anc...
DIRECTIONS.      4. Pre-reading: Preview the PPECK      5. During Reading: Highlight PPECK within the READING in different...
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Abolitionist Ambition Clue and Picture Cards

  1. 1. CLUE #1 CLUE #2In 1619, 20 slaves naked and in In 1793, This invention led to anchains arrive in a Dutch Man of increase in cotton productionWarre (ship). which led to an increase in slave labor. CLUE #3 CLUE #4In 1820, This black preacher led arebellion to free slaves. Eventually In 1831, The abolitionisthe was caught and hanged. newspaper, The Liberator, was published by this abolitionist. In 1835, a white angry mob of northerners attacked and CLUE #5 attempted to hang him. In 1820, This compromise statedthat no slavery could be established above the 36th parallel. Missouri CLUE #6 entered the union as a slave state and Maine entered as a free state. In 1849, This runaway slave was a conductor on the Underground RR. She was called the Moses of her CLUE #7 people.This law enabled slave catchers totake any black person (including freeblacks) back to the south. Many CLUE #8northerners were outraged. Manyslave catchers were thieves. Invention that assisted in removing the seeds from cotton which resulted in a higher demand for slave labor because production was increased CLUE #9Daughters of a Southern slaveowner who left the South to get CLUE #10away from slavery and becameabolitionists speaking out against Former slave that fought forslavery women’s suffrage (right to vote) and abolition CLUE #11 CLUE #12Blacks cannot: carry arms, learn toread or write, own anything, leave He and his wife were abolitionistsplantations without a pass, buy and their home was a station on theliquor, or meet together Underground RR
  2. 2. DIRECTIONS. 4. Pre-reading: Preview the PPECK 5. During Reading: Highlight PPECK within the READING in different colors for EACH category (may use colored pencils) while you read 6. After Reading: Cut out the ABOLITIONIST & CLUE CARDS. Match them and glue or tape the CLUE CARD to the BACK of the ABOLITIONIST CARDS. Slavery p. 52 Pe o ple Nat Turner & why he was hanged Eli Whitney Pla ce s J a me sto wn 16 1 9 Ke y Te rms Cotton gin Slavery Abolished Missouri Compromise Co nce pt s Reasons North & South were split on slavery Abolitionists p. 54 The Undergr ound Railroad p. 55Pe o pleWilliam Lloyd Garrison & The Pe o pleLiberator Harriet TubmanBenjamin Lundy Levi CoffinAngelina and Sarah GrimkeFrederick Douglass Pla ce sSojourner Truth Mason-Dixon LineKe y Te rms Ke y Te rmsSlave codes Fugitive Slave LawAbolitionist Underground Railroad StationsCo nce pt s conductorsWhy did some northerners fearabolitionists?
  3. 3. •MisSouri Compromise FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW COTTON GIN Frederick douglas sAngelina and SarahThe Grimke Sisters Sojourner Truth Define Abolitionist Define UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
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