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The Underground Railroad
Americans formed a movement to support abolition. This means they would end all of slavery. A lot of abolitionists had a lot of different opinions on giving slaves freedom. For example some thought they should just have freedom and not equality, and others thought they should be treated like Americans.
The Women's Rights reform happened between 1848-1920. It emphasized goals of women being equal to men. This reform gained women the rights of being able to vote, reproductive rights, and having the right to work for equal pay.
The underground railroad was a secret group of people who arranged transportation and hiding places for fugitives and slaves who were looking to find freedom. The fugitives would follow the North Staro stations. The stations were homes to conductors who would hide the slaves in secret locations. Over 40,000 slaves were freed by the underound railroad.
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