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14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
14 4 the movement to end slavery
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  • 1. CHAPTER 14:New Movements in America Section 4: The Movement to End Slavery
  • 2. MANY AMERICANS OPPOSE SLAVERY Abolition = an end to slavery Abolitionist = a person who wantsto end slavery
  • 3. MANY AMERICANS OPPOSE SLAVERY People wanted to end slavery fordifferent reasons • Religious beliefs • Declaration of Independence
  • 4. MANY AMERICANS OPPOSE SLAVERY What to do with slaves when freed? • Full rights? Partial rights? • Back to Africa? (American Colonization Society)
  • 5. TheCountry ofLiberia
  • 6. SPREADING THE MESSAGE Abolitionists: • Gave speeches • Wrote pamphlets
  • 7. SPREADING THE MESSAGE• Printed newspapers •William Lloyd Garrison published “The Liberator”
  • 8. “TheLiberator” anabolitionistnewspaper
  • 9. SPREADING THE MESSAGE• Formed groups • American Anti-Slavery Society
  • 10. AFRICAN AMERICAN ABOLITIONISTS Frederick Douglass • Excellent speaker • Published “The North Star”
  • 11. AFRICAN AMERICAN ABOLITIONISTS Sojourner Truth • Dramatic speaker
  • 12. UNDERGROUND RAILROAD Underground Railroad = networkof people who arrangedtransportation and hiding places forescaped slaves
  • 13. UNDERGROUND RAILROAD Escaped slaves moved at nightalong “freedom trails”
  • 14. Guided at Night bythe North Star
  • 15. Hiding During the Day
  • 16. The Underground Railroad
  • 17. UNDERGROUND RAILROAD• Led by “conductors”• Spent days at “stations”
  • 18. Underground Railroad “Stations”
  • 19. UNDERGROUND RAILROAD The goal was to get North or toCanada without being caught byslave-catchers
  • 20. The Underground Railroad

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