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  5. John Adams
  1. a Confederate general who commanded Pickett's Charge at the Battle Gettysburg
  2. b American statesman; he was a delegate to the Continental Congress, a member of the committee that drafted the Declaration of Independence, vice president to George Washington and second president of the U.S.
  3. c American lawyer, politician, and soldier; he led the U.S. settlers in a fight to secure Texas against Mexico and was instrumental in Texas' admission to the United States in 1845.
  4. d American Social Reformer, she was active in the temperance, abolitionist and women's suffrage movements and was co-organizer and president of the National Women Suffrage Association
  5. e American army officer; he served as a Union general at major Civil War Battles. He forced back General Lee's Confederate army at Gettysburg but failed to obtain a decisive victory.

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  1. American journalist and reformer; he published the famous anti slavery newspaper, the Liberator, and helped found the American Anti-slavery society, promoting immediate emancipation and racial equality.
  2. Leader of Mali who held power from 1307 to 1332.
  3. American abolitionist who escaped slavery and assisted other enslaved African to escape. She is the most famous Underground Railroad Conductor.
  4. African American abolitionist; he was an enslaved African who was eventually freed, became a leader of the abolitionist movement, and wrote The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano.
  5. American Abolitionist; he started the Pottawatomie Massacre in Kansas to revenge killings of abolitionists. He later seized the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, to encourage a slave revolt. He was tried and executed.

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  1. Anne HutchinsonAmerican politician and fifteenth president; he was chosen as the Democratic nominee for president in 1854 for being politically experienced and not offensive to slave states.

          

  2. George WashingtonAmerican Army general put in charge of Union troops and later removed by Lincoln for failure to press Lee's Confederate troops in Richmond.

          

  3. Catherine BeecherAmerican Educator and the daughter of Lyman Beecher; she promoted education for women in such writings as An essay on the Education of Female Teachers. She founded the first all-female academy.

          

  4. BrutusThe author names used by Madison, Hamilton, and Jay when writing the Federalist papers.

          

  5. John Quincy AdamsAmerican statesman; he was a delegate to the Continental Congress, a member of the committee that drafted the Declaration of Independence, vice president to George Washington and second president of the U.S.