Chapter 16 Matching
Wealthy NY abolitionist merchant whose home was demolished by a mob in 1834.
Visionary black preacher whose bloody slave rebellion in 1831 tightened the reins of slavery in the South.
Midwestern institution whose president expelled 18 students for organizing a debate on slavery.
Lane Theological Seminary
NY free black woman who fought for emancipation and women's rights
Leading radical abolitionst who burned the Constitution as "a covenant with death and an agreement with hell."
William L. Garrison
Author of an abolitionst novel that portrated the separation of slave families by auction.
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Site of the last major southern debate over slavery and emancipation, in 1831-1832
English novelist whose romantic medievalism encouraged the semifeudal ideals of the southern planter aristocracy
Sir Walter Scott
Black abolitionist who visited West Africa in 1859 to examine sites where African Americans might relocate.
Former president who fought for the right to discuss slavery in congress
John Quincy Adams
IL ediotr whose death at the hands of a mob made him an abolitionist martyr
West African republic founded in 1822 by freed blacks from the US
Escaped slave and great black abolitionist who fought to end slavery through political action
Black abolitionist writer who called for a bloodt end to slavery in an appeal of 1829
Leader of the "Lane Rebels" who wrote the powerful antislavery work, American Slavery as it is.