The movement in Western Europe and in America to free all slaves
US Census in 1860 state that The slave population had grown to Over 4 million slaves
William Lloyd Garrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Charles Henry Langston
Garrison was an Editor of a radical
News paper called the “Liberator”
He also fought for Women's Suffrage
John G. Whitter
Was an advocate
He lived in
Voted for Lincoln’s
Military Weaponry The Gatling Gun, used little in the Civil war is considered by many Historian to be the first machine gun The USS Kearsarge, a Northern Sea ship, famous for sinking the Southern Raider Alabama in 1864 The Confederate Raider, Alabama a southern war ship that instead of attacking Northern Naval ships chased and sank 65 merchant ships, and only 1 Naval Ship
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