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Important Abolitionists



In this unit students will become familiar with some important abolitionists that were inherent in the fight to end slavery in the mid 1800s. They will know what abolition was as well as be able to discuss its impact on the issues leading to the Civil War.

Learning Targets: 
8 – U4.2.2 The Institution of Slavery – Explain the ideology of the institution of slavery, its policies, and consequences