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Definition of Abolition - American History - About.com
In terms of American History, the abolition movement fought for the end of slavery . Its goals were finally met with the passage of the 13th Amendment to the ...
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Definition of Abolitionist - 19th Century History - About.com
The earliest opponents to slavery were considered far outside the mainstream of political thought, but by the 1840s and 1850s the abolitionist movement had a ...
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The Abolition Timeline: 1820 - 1829 - African-American History
The 1830s may have marked the transformation of the abolition movement but the 1820s definitely laid the groundwork for the next decade. During this decade  ...
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Top Five Cities of the Abolitionist Movement - African-American History
This article is a list of the five cities that played an important role in the abolition movement.
http://afroamhistory.about.com/od/slavery/tp/Top-Five-Cities-Of-The-Abolition-Movement.htm
Timeline of the Abolition Movement: 1830 - 1839
The abolition of slavery began in 1688 when German and Dutch Quakers published a pamphlet denouncing the practice. For more than 150 years, the abolition ...
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What is Abolitionism? - African-American History - About.com
Throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, the abolition movement grew--first through through the religious teachings of the Quakers and later, through anti- slavery ...
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Abolition Movement - 19th Century History - About.com
The abolition movement sought to end slavery and the international slave trade. In Great Britain reformers managed to ban the trade in slaves in 1807, but it ...
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William Lloyd Garrison | Biography of the Abolitionist
William Lloyd Garrison, the abolitionist publisher of The Liberator, was an ardent crusader against slavery.
http://history1800s.about.com/od/abolitionmovement/a/William-Lloyd-Garrison.htm
African-American Women and the Abolition Movement
After meeting David Walker, Stewart began working as an abolitionist. Following Walker's death in 1830, Stewart continued his work—publishing articles in The ...
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Black and White Women Abolitionists - Women's History - About.com
Women abolitionists -- profiles of women abolitionists, including African American abolitionists and white women who worked for abolition.
http://womenshistory.about.com/od/slaveryto1863/a/abolitionists.htm
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