11.12 Extra Points on Abolitionism

11.12 Extra Points on Abolitionism - • “Moral...

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Monday, November 12, 2007 Extra Points on Abolitionism Revivalists, Reformers, and emotion Revivalists and women “Domesticity” Women get involved in religious and reform efforts, including antislavery Who were the abolitionists? Garrison and the American Anti-Slavery Society Abolitionism always unpopular, even in the North, but especially in the South
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Unformatted text preview: • “Moral suasion” and “no union with the slaveholders” • Mail and petition campaigns • Slow growth of antislavery • Abolitionism and women’s rights—Grimke Sisters, Elizabeth Cady Stanton...
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