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Who was Sojourner Truth?
She was a women who stood up for her rights and preached about women's rights versus a mans right.
What is a reformer?
people who wanted to work on changing failings and injustices.
Who is Dorthea Dix?
She tought a sunday school in a jail in 1841 and thought she was doing her christian duty and found that the prisons and jails were in bad shape so she wanted to change the conditions for the inmates.
Who is Horace Mann?
he was a man who improved education for children. As a result people voted for higher taxes, build better schools and pay teaches more.
what's an abolitonist?
people who favored abolition, the ending of slavery
Who is William Lloyd Garrison?
deeple religious man who started an abolitionist newspaper called the Liberator
Fredrick Douglass
escaped slave who became a leader in the Abolitionist movement.
Angelina and Sarah Grimke
raised in South Carilina but moved to the north became quakers, they saw slavery in a whole different way and saw that women wern;t treated differently as the slaves were, they began to speak out and found that men were also joining them as well as women.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
when she arrived at the World Anti-Slavery meeting she found women could not have a say in it and was forced to listen outside of the building so she and a women named Lucretia Mott crated a movement for women's rights and created their own meeting where women could speak as well as men.
Seneca Falls Convention
(Elizibeth Cady Stanton's Meeting)to advertise they sent an announcement to the Seneca Falls, New York newspaper about their convention
Elizabeth Blackwell
other leader who struggled for women's rights and couldn't own her own hospital
Susan B. Anthony
speaker who moved from state to state speaking for women's rights with Elizbeth Cady Stanton.
W.E.B Dubois
reformer and African American scholar, against slavery
Nat Turner
Led bloody uprising on slaver in Virgina as a rebellion, tried to kill all whites in the town with axes and guns but it ended 2 days later with 57 dead. It lead to harsher punishment on slaves because the southerners were getting a little uneasy about their possible behavior.
What could slaves do and not do in the South?
if they wern't slaves they were laborors, craftspeople or household servants, they couldn;t own guns, have some jobs and travel freely.
Did slaves just pick cotton?
No, they were seamstresses, carpenters, blacksmiths, cooks and house servants.
Slave Religion
Their slave holders wanted them to go to church on sundays. Many slaves read the bible to workers and prayed with them, they told stories of moses and leading his people out of slavery.
Three states that grew most tobacco
virginia, Kentucky, Tennesee
five states that grew the most cotton
Mississippi,Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
Highest percentage of population as slaves.
Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Virginia
More iron, coal and textiles factories?
North
Did slaves just pick cotton?
No, they were seamstresses, carpenters, blacksmiths, cooks and house servants.
Slave Religion
Their slave holders wanted them to go to church on sundays. Many slaves read the bible to workers and prayed with them, they told stories of moses and leading his people out of slavery.
Three states that grew most tobacco
virginia, Kentucky, Tennesee
five states that grew the most cotton
Mississippi,Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
Highest percentage of population as slaves.
Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Virginia
More iron, coal and textiles factories?
North