Stop assisting Prudence or we will burn down your house!!!
Text Structure - Compare/Contrast
Sign Post - Word Gaps
verb past tense: abolished; past participle: abolished formally put an end to (a system, practice, or institution). "the tax was abolished in 1977" synonyms:put an end to, do away with, get rid of, scrap, end, stop, terminate, eradicate, eliminate, exterminate, destroy, annihilate, stamp out, obliterate, wipe out, extinguish, quash, expunge, extirpate; More
Rioters are trying to get a friend of Prudence's to stop helping her by burning down her house.
Mindset - Inspired by Others Sucess
To get People to stop teaching blacks, people started riots and burning down friends of Prudence's houses and other abolitionist's homes kind've like how someone burn't down Prudence's schoolhouse.
Summary - Headline/TXT-TIK
People started riots and tried burning down houses of Prudenece's friends and other abilitionists Kind've like how someone burn't down Prudence's Schoolhouse.
Pruden's Schoolhouse Burn't down
Inspired by someone's success riots begin houses get burn't down. Coming Soon: TXT-TIK News summary app
The author used this word to tell us in 1865 slavery was abolished (put to an end).
Inspired by the person who burn't Prudence's schoolhouse, people start rioting and burning down houses of Prudence's frineds and other abilitionists.
When people heard about Prudence's schoolhouse getting burn't down riot s started all over against prudence's friends and other abilitionists.
1. Riots 2. Prudence finally closes down her schoolhouse 3. 50 years later prudence receives apology letter from Canterbury, Connecticut 4. Prudence starts reading school for blacks at age 78 5. Prudence gets married
Do you think prudence would have been more successful if she moved her School House?