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8d abolitionist and suffrage

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    • 1. USI.8d Abolitionist and Suffrage Movement Lisa Pennington Social Studies Instructional Specialist Portsmouth Public Schools
    • 2. Essential Knowledge
      • The abolitionists worked to end slavery.
      • The suffrage movement helped women gain equal rights.
    • 3. Essential Questions
      • What were the main ideas expressed by the abolitionists?
      • What were the main ideas expressed during the suffrage movement?
    • 4. Abolitionist Movement
      • Most abolitionists demanded immediate freeing of slaves.
      • Abolitionists believed that slavery was morally wrong, cruel and inhumane, and a violation of the principles of democracy.
    • 5. Abolitionist Movement
      • Abolitionist leaders included both men and women.
      • Harriet Tubman led hundreds of enslaved African Americans to freedom along the Underground Railroad.
      http://americancivilwar.com/pictures/harriet_tubman.jpg
    • 6. Abolitionist Movement
      • William Lloyd Garrison wrote The Liberator and worked for the immediate emancipation of all enslaved African Americans.
      http://www.celdf.org/Portals/0/Images/William%20Lloyd%20Garrison.bmp
    • 7. Abolitionist Movement
      • Frederick Douglass wrote The North Star and worked for the rights to better the lives of African Americans and women.
    • 8. Suffrage Movement
      • Supporters declared “all men and women were created equal.”
      • Supporters believed women were deprived of basic rights, such as the right to vote, educational opportunities (especially higher education), equal opportunities in business, and limited in rights to own property.
      http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/96/117396-004-342305F7.jpg
    • 9. Suffrage Movement
      • The movement was led by strong women who began their campaign before the Civil War and continued after the war had ended.
      • Important leaders of the Suffrage Movement include Isabel Sojourner Truth, a former enslaved African American who was a nationally known advocate for equality and justice.
    • 10. Suffrage Movement
      • Susan B. Anthony was an advocate to gain voting rights for women and equal rights for all.
    • 11. Suffrage Movement
      • Elizabeth Cady Stanton played a leadership role in the women’s rights movement.

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