abolitionist by pengtt

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									Abolitionist/Suffrage
    Movements
          Abolitionist
Those people that opposed and wanted to “abolish”
                     slavery.
What were the main ideas expressed by the
abolitionists?



 Most abolitionists demanded
 immediate freeing of slaves.
 Abolitionists believed that slavery
 was wrong.
 Abolition leaders included both men
 and women.
Abolitionists believed that slavery was wrong




 Morally wrong
 Cruel and inhumane
 A violation of the principles of
 democracy
Abolitionist leaders included both men and
women.




 Harriet Tubman
 William Lloyd Garrison
 Frederick Douglass
  Suffrage Movement
What were the main ideas expressed during the suffrage
                     movement?
What were the main ideas expressed during
the suffrage movement?

 Supporters declared that “All men
 and WOMEN are created equal.”
 Supporters believed that women
 were deprived of basic rights.
 The movement was led by strong
 women who began their campaign
 before the Civil War and continued
 after the war had ended.
Supporters believed that women were deprived
of basic rights.



 Denied the right to vote
 Denied educational opportunities,
 especially higher education.
 Denied equal opportunities in
 business.
 Limited in rights to own property.
The movement was led by strong women...




 Isabel Sojourner Truth
 Susan B. Anthony
 Elizabeth Cady Stanton

								
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