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Abolitionist
A person who is against owning and marketing slaves.
Entrepreneur
A person who begins a business.
Clergyman
A person who is a pastor, preacher, leader in a church.
Seamstress
A person who sews to make money or hobby.
Border States
States that were located at the dividing line (Mason-Dixon Line)
Secession
Choosing to separate from a country and make your own government.
Orator
A person who is good at making speeches in public.
Delegate
A person chosen to represent a group's opinion.
Denounce
To disagree strongly with someone.
Endorse
To recommend something.
Immigrant
A person who moves from another country to live in the U.S.
Emigrant
A person who leaves the U.S. to live in another country.
Advocate
Someone who speaks in favor of a topic.
Correspondent
A person who writes to another, often a reporter.
Appeal
In court, a request to have a decision changed.
Precedent
A model used to make other decisions.
Rebellion
An organized group fighting (physically or verbally)against a government.
Arsenal
The amount of military weapons a group has, or the place where those weapons are stored.
Emancipate
To set free (especially from slavery).