falls convention klangill, john Brown guesta1df58b, uS History.5 txaggieteacher, uS History.3 txaggieteacher, linkedIn Corporation 2018, share Clipboard. Abolitionists Protest Slavery By 1804 most Northern States had abolished Slavery. Abolitionists and womens rights alike made their caser public allowing for Democracy to shine in early 19th century America. The activities of all women in the 19th century were restricted by social convention, but white women had more freedom than black women to move the Paleo - Indians: First Native Americans about, and were more likely to have the income to support themselves while doing abolitionist work.
Lily Ann Granderson Although it was illegal to educate slaves in Kentucky, Lily Ann Granderson, aka Milla Granson (1816-1880 became close to her masters children, and they taught her how to read and write. The National Womens Suffrage association was established by Susan. Most feminist reformers were well to do middle class and had begun as abolitionists. Women could not own property although they were seen as more moral that men.
Select another clipboard, looks like youve clipped this slide to already. She made 19 different trips including one to rescue her family. As the cotton economy grew, the demand for slavery increased leaving no room for the abolitionists to stop. I think that 'twixt the negroes of the South and the women at the North, all talking about rights, the white men will be in a fix pretty soon. Although the Emancipation did not end slavery in America, it captured the imagination of millions of Americans and transformed the Civil War from a war for union into a crusade for freedom. Crandall was arrested and tried, but was later released on a technicality. She refused to expel the young student and decided instead to open a new school for black girls. As Angelina grew older and her hunger for knowledge increased, the bond between the two sisters grew immensely. They wrote articles for abolitionist papers, circulated pamphlets and delivered petitions to Congress calling for abolition. After the war ended in April 1865, the Emancipation Proclamation was enforced throughout the remaining regions of the South where slaves had not yet been freed. No Downloads, no notes for slide. Born in a furious time period and a nation full parties that was prepared for a change in ideology, Sarah and Angelina Grimke were two women who helped spark a revolution in the outlook of the American public.