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8.2 Slavery and Abolition
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the call to outlaw slavery
William Lloyd Garrision
the most radical white abolitionist and the editor and creator for the Liberator. From Massachusetts called for immediate emancipation
the freeing of slaves; with no payments of slaverholders
He told blacks to fight for their own freedom and that they shouldn't wait for slave holders to end slavery. Use force if necessary
Created his own anti-slavery newspaper called the North Star that was named after the star that guided runaway slaves to freedom. He was taught to read and write from his owners wife. He had a skilled job and earned high wages but his owner took his wages. Was born into slavery. Fought for emancipation through nonviolence
Worked from dusk to dawn and the overseers would whip them. They were mistreated. They lived on plantations or small farms some worked in cites.
Worked in mills and on ships. They filled skilled occupations such as blacksmithing or carpentry.
The enslaved women and children worked the same jobs as the men and they were hired out by slave owners.
Where racial discrimination prevailed
Preaching the gospel. owning guns, purchasing alcohol, assembling in public, and testifying in court.
Restrictions put on slaves
Slaver owners invented what idea?
a rule limiting or preventing debate on an issue. Created by congress because abolitionists swamped congress with petitions to end slavery.
before the civil war; pre-civil war
What arguments were made to support slavery?
passages from the bible, and it was said that it "benefited" blacks
He and his followers attacked 5 plantations and killed several people. Leader of a violent slave rebellion in 1831 in Virginia. This led to the "gag rule' outlawing any discussion of slavery in the House of Representatives. He and followers were caught and killed.
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