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Westward Expansion: Abolition and Suffrage

Westward Expansion: Abolition and Suffrage

Westward Expansion: Abolition and Suffrage. SOL USI.8d: The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from 1801 to 1861 by: d) identifying the main ideas of the abolitionist and suffrage movements. Abolitionist Movement.

By sinead
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Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad was not an actual railroad. It was a network or chain of people willing to help runaway slaves by giving them food, clothing, and a safe place .

By ailsa
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Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman. By: Ryan. Harriet Tubman. She was born in Dorchester County, Maryland as a slave. Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman was an African American woman who escaped slavery from Maryland. . Harriet Tubman. She was a conductor on the Underground Railroad. Harriet Tubman.

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Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman. Lea Lalíková Clara Sӧhnel. S ummary. Biography Her escape New life Our interpretation Why she is a hero Source. Biography. 1820-1913 Was an American abolitionist,humanitorian Slave who escaped Had a one child

By fareeda
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I Am An Abolitionist

I Am An Abolitionist

I Am An Abolitionist. What is an abolitionist ?. One who works to abolish schools. One who works to abolish fat. One who works to abolish slavery. If you selected choice # 3. You are correct!!!! An abolitionist is someone who works to abolish slavery. .

By Jimmy
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8 th Grade History Topic: American Civil War Aim: Civil War Jeopardy Homework: Study for your test tomorrow Do Now:

8 th Grade History Topic: American Civil War Aim: Civil War Jeopardy Homework: Study for your test tomorrow Do Now:

8 th Grade History Topic: American Civil War Aim: Civil War Jeopardy Homework: Study for your test tomorrow Do Now: Let’s get started!. This is Jeopardy. People. Events. Miscellaneous. Places . Vocabulary. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300.

By madrona
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Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony. Founder of The National Women Suffrage . Anabela. This is Susan B. Anthony on a quarter. . This is where Susan B. Anthony was born. She was born in Adams, Massachusetts. . This is a marble statue of Susan B. Anthony.

By thuyet
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Sectional Conflict Intensifies (1848-1860) 10 Events Leading to the Civil War

Sectional Conflict Intensifies (1848-1860) 10 Events Leading to the Civil War

Sectional Conflict Intensifies (1848-1860) 10 Events Leading to the Civil War. Chapter 10. Slavery and the Westward Expansion. Section 1. 1. Popular Sovereignty.

By sivan
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US HiSTAARy Review Booklet Key

US HiSTAARy Review Booklet Key

US HiSTAARy Review Booklet Key. Day 1 Key. Pg 1 New England – rocky soil, short growing season, long winters; shipbuilding, timber, whaling, fishing Middle – moderate winters, good soil, medium growing season; Agriculture – grains

By lajos
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Famous Abolitionists

Famous Abolitionists

Famous Abolitionists. William Still Organizer Kept written records of Underground Railroad activities. Thomas Garrett Wealthy Provided large amounts of money to the abolitionist movement. John Brown. Passion, Motivation, & “Holy War”. Harriet Tubman Conductor & Leader

By chars
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The Age of Reform

The Age of Reform

The Age of Reform. Changing American Life in the 19 th Century. Revival – frontier camp meeting to reawaken religious faith . 2 nd Great Awakening. People came to hear preachers. People came to pray, sing, weep, & shout.

By abbott
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Warm up- Happy Thursday! 

Warm up- Happy Thursday! 

Warm up- Happy Thursday! . What is SECTIONALISM? How could this cause problems?. Sectionalism vs. Nationalism Regional Economies Create Differences. Objective: Students will understand Sectionalism and Nationalism in the United States. The First Industrial Revolution.

By zed
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UNIT EIGHT Social Reform

UNIT EIGHT Social Reform

UNIT EIGHT Social Reform. Vocabulary. Nativists. US citizens who oppose immigration because they are suspicious of immigrants and fear losing their jobs. Vocabulary. Middle Class. The social and economic level between the wealthy and the poor. Vocabulary. Tenements.

By robbin
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Chapter 4 Section 1

Chapter 4 Section 1

Chapter 4 Section 1. Learning Goal: Students will be able to understand the causes and outcomes of the Civil War and the impact Reconstruction had on the nation. . Controversy over Slavery Worsens • Southern plantation economy relies on enslaved labor

By abra
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Harriet Tubman: Guide to Freedom

Harriet Tubman: Guide to Freedom

Harriet Tubman: Guide to Freedom. By Ann Petry. vocabulary. vocabulary. fugitives: people fleeing from the law There was a warning on the news about a fugitive on the loose in our city. Vocabulary. incentive: something that stimulates one to action; encouragement

By margo
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23.1 John Brown T.E.E.S

23.1 John Brown T.E.E.S

23.1 John Brown T.E.E.S. CA Standard.

By roland
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CHAPTER 10

CHAPTER 10

CHAPTER 10. SECTIONAL CONFLICT INTENSIFIES. SLAVERY AND WESTERN EXPANSION.

By holleb
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Chapter 13- The South

Chapter 13- The South

Chapter 13- The South. The SOUTH’S ECONOMY. COTTON WAS KING Colonial times (rice, indigo, tobacco) Eli Whitney invents the cotton gin Upper South- corn, tobacco, wheat, hemp, and vegetables (MD, VA, NC) Deep South- COTTON …rice and sugarcane in some areas (GA, SC, AL, MS, LA, TX, FL).

By mindy
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The Age of Reform:

The Age of Reform:

The Age of Reform:. The Abolitionists. Early Efforts to End Slavery. The spirit of reform that swept the United States in the early 1800s included the efforts of abolitionists , reformers who worked to abolish, or end, slavery.

By ramya
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Racism In America

Racism In America

Racism In America . Slavery . Slavery in the United states started as early as the 16 th century. The first dark skinned slaves arrived in America in Virginia in 1619 aboard a Dutch vessel. From 1500 to 1900 approximately 12 million slaves were forced from their homes to go westward

By hina
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