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

14 4 the movement to end slavery

1,112 views

Published on

Published in: Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,112
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
14
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

14 4 the movement to end slavery

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

×