EMANCIPATIONS OF SLAVES AND WOMEN IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY

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American History

 

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Robert O

 

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January 15, 2016

 

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University

 

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Being evoked by the sinful nature of slavery, people like William Lloyd Garrison, a Massachusetts printer and editor, began to make verbal actions against slavery. In January 1, 1831, Garrison published the first issue of The Liberator (Rankin 50), which was to be one of the very first vehicles for radical abolitionism...
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The sentiments of women's rights came afterward the experiences in anti-slavery movements. Sarah and Angelina Grimke were among the very effective anti-slavery speakers. As active reformers, women gradually developed organizational skills that were necessary for another thorough social transformation...
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