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22 Cards in this Set

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This person started a newspaper called The Liberator. He believed that slavery should be ended.
William Lloyd Garrison
He. The Liberator.
These sisters, daughters of a plantation owner, were among the first women to speak publicly for the abolitionsit cause.
Sara and Angelina Grimke
This former slave became the most famous conductor on the Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman
Underground Railroad.
These women organized the Seneca Falls Convention, the first convention to duscuss the rights of women.
Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Seneca Falls.
This former slave traveled the country giving speeches in support of abolition and women's rights.
Sojourner Truth
Traveled the country.
Said slaves were property.
Dred Scott Decision
Used to refer to a state's leaving the union.
The name of the first convention held to discuss the rights of women
Seneca Falls Convention
The name of the compromise that divided the united states into free states and slave states.
Missouri Compromise
The name of the new country formed by the states that had seceded from the union.
The Confederacy.
The name of the compromise that allowed California to be admitted to the United States as a free state.
Compromise of 1850
Allowed Kansas and Nebraska to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery.
Kansas-Nabraska Act
Kansas. Nebraska.
Some who wanted to end slavery in the united states.
The idea that each state should be allowed to make its own decisions about most issues.
States' rights
own decisions
The system of secret routs that escaping slaves followed to freedom.
Underground Railroad
secret routes
Required police in free states to help capture escaping slaves.
Fugitive Slave Law
A negative opinion formed without proof
What was the most profitable southern crop?
What was Fredrick Douglass best known for?
speaking against slavery
What was Harriet Tubman best known for?
Running the Underground Railroad
Southern states disliked Abraham Lincoln because he wanted what?
No new slave states
Which state was first to leave the Union in 1860?
South Carolina