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Born in 1805 in Newburyport, MA.


William Lloyd Garrison Early Life
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
Eventually became a journalist

William Lloyd Garrison Early Life
(Sujal.net) Jacob Maren
His mom was extremely religious.

William Lloyd Garrison Early Life
(Sujal.net) Jacob Maren
His dad was not religious and drank a lot and tried to skip work.

William Lloyd Garrison Early Life
(Sujal.net) Jacob Maren
He was apprenticed to the "Newburyport Harold"

William Lloyd Garrison Early Life
(Sujal.net) Jacob Maren
The "Newburyport Harold" is where he started his life of journalism.

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Clinton Pg. 12) Jacob Maren
"We must instantly burst the shackles of slaves. Immediately emancipation alone can save the south and the nation from the vengeance of heaven".

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Clinton Pg. 12) Jacob Maren
Used the quote to launch the newspaper called "The Liberator", in 1831.

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Clinton Pg. 12) Jacob Maren
He was an abolitionist who wanted to get rid of slavery immediately.

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
In 1832 he started first society for the immediate abolition of slavery.

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
His work influenced Wendell Phillips, Theodore Park, and Henry David Thoreau

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
Garrison also faught for the equal rights of woman through the American Anti-Slavery Society formed in 1833

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
1830-Atacked by a mob in boston for his beliefs.

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Placard) Jacob Maren
His partner in "The Liberator" was a man named Issac Knapp

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Placard) Jacob Maren
He was willing to burn the constitution if slavery continued.

William Lloyd Garrison Middle Life
(Placard) Jacob Maren
He also wanted the slave stated to be a separate secede.

William Lloyd Garrison Conclusion
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
When the 13th amendment was added to abolish slavery he stopped publishing his newspaper.

William Lloyd Garrison Conclusion
(Loeser) Jacob Maren
He spent all of his life trying to get rid of slavery.
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