Slavery Abolishon

Slavery Abolishon

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  • The Movement to End Slavery
  • When It Took Place
  • No more Atlantic slave trade buddy, get your ship out of here! Government's rules!
  • Are you serious? I made my life doing this!
  • Changes the Movement Caused
  •  The movement had two specific leaders and or impactors. Two men with the names William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass. Douglass was a former slave who gave speeches and writings to help the movement. Garrison was a man with a abolitionist newspaper called The Liberator.
  • Shall slaves be held in this great Christian land?
  • The movement started even before the American Revolution. Eventually Quakers quit owning slaves, and then in 1808, slave trade in the Atlantic was banned, with all of this the movement didn't gain real momentum until actions in the 1830s.
  • The movement changed how people thought of slaves and led more people to join the movement. With women getting involved and a somewhat merge between the movements caused more people to become aware of the problem.
  • How the Movement Impacted Today
  • Douglass was a motivational man who could move a crowd, like the real event depicted.
  • No! No! No!
  • Garrison wrote anabolitionist paper, and anti-abolitionists did not like it. What did they do? They destroyed his press and burnt down his house.
  • The movement helped lead to the freeing of slaves. Without this movement we could easily have slaves or it at least would not be legal.
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