the abolitionish movement.docx - Yanni Martinez Martinez page 1 History 1301 Fall 2017 Tuesday 12th The Abolitionist Movement In the early years of the

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Yanni Martinez Martinez, page 1 History 1301 Fall 2017 Tuesday 12 th The Abolitionist Movement In the early years of the 19 th century in United States, blacks created an organized antislavery movement and it attempted to achieve the immediate emancipation of all slaves, African or Indians. Unfortunately, this movement did not last long, but from the 1830 to 1870 the same movement was better known as The Abolitionist Movement and this time, it was successful due to the major support given from all the leaders that rouse in this time and came together as one. For This research paper, important books that are going to be used to help in comprehending this movement, books like; William Lloyd Garrison: Abolitionist and Journalist by Nick Fauchard which is a biography profiling the life and works of the abolitionist and journalist William Garrison, who demanded immediate abolishment of slavery and published his beliefs through a newspaper called the liberator. This book will help us understand the way that Garrison discovered the press, who he decided that he will be heard by challenging the restricted fight against slavery by voicing his philosophy through his weekly newspaper, and how he felt when his work for antislavery was done after he abolition. The Liberator by Stephen Currie discusses the abolitionist newspaper and its founder William Garrison. This will be used to understand how Garrison used the free press and free speech to share his philosophy regarding the slavery. It will help understand The Liberator origins, the influences that made, its ultimate effects on American society and its legacy. Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas: An American Slave by Himself, Frederick Douglass which focuses on his life as a slave and how he escapes from it. This book will help us understand what did Douglass lived through his years in slavery, his
relationship with Abraham Lincoln, William Lloyd Garrison, and his former slave master Thomas Auld. Highlights Douglass’s evolving position on race, violence, and nation and how he believed in equality. The chapter 12 from the Pearson e-text reader named Anti-slavery and Abolition has a section named Lincoln and the Abolitionist by Allen C. Guelzo. This section informs about the election of Abraham Lincoln as formal president of the U.S. and the decisions he had to made when the Civil War came in 1861. This section will be used to informed why the president elected by the republican party, did not ordered an immediate abolition slavery, and then, how step by step he got to the eradication of slavery in the entire United Sates by adding it to the Constitution. This research paper will make emphasis in the Abolitionist Movement of 1830 which was facilitated by William Lloyd Garrison and his transformation of abolition by founding the American anti-slavery society, the free black abolitionist Frederick Douglass, discussing his life in the slavery and then how he escaped from it, and the emergence of the

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