Period: Date: Chapter 14. 4 Abolition and Women’s RightsPeriod: Date: Chapter 14. 4 Abolition and Women’s Rights
Directions: Read pages 440-445. Fill in the blanks and answer the questions in complete sentences
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Schindler\Schindler's list
Jewish and living in Germany during World War II, could have fallen victim to the horrors of the holocaust as portrayed in the movie
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Historic Resource Study Boston African American National Historic Site 31 December 2002 Kathryn GroverHistoric Resource Study Boston African American National Historic Site 31 December 2002 Kathryn Grover
African Americans who have lived in the West End. His work is meticulous, detailed, and thoroughly documented. We can never adequately thank him for his unstinting assistance
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A secret of the Underground RailroadA secret of the Underground Railroad
A variety of children’s books on the Underground Railroad including Sweet Clara and
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Education resource guideEducation resource guide
Curriculum Links: Social Studies, Local History, Civil War, African American History
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At Dawn One morning in the mid-1840s, Ben Henderson of Jacksonville began preparing to deliver some cradles to Springfield. Henderson, a black man, was a former slave who paid his master $250 for his freedom before settling in Jacksonville
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Anticipation Guide for The Underground Railroad Circle true if you think the statement is true or falseAnticipation Guide for The Underground Railroad Circle true if you think the statement is true or false
Circle true if you think the statement is true or false if you think the statement is not true
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The Underground RailroadThe Underground Railroad
Ousand slaves from all slave holding states were able to escape each year, a quantity much smaller than the natural annual increase of the enslaved population
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Name: Date: Underground Railroad Pre-test Worth: 50 points Part 1: True or false (10 points)Name: Date: Underground Railroad Pre-test Worth: 50 points Part 1: True or false (10 points)
The Underground Railroad was an underground train system that transported slaves to freedom
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The Underground Railroad in New JerseyThe Underground Railroad in New Jersey
From The Anti-Slavery Record, published by the American Anti-Slavery Society, July 1837
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In the decades before the Civil War some committed individuals helped Southern slaves escape to freedom in the North and in Canada. The routes they took and safe houses along the way were known as the “Underground Railroad.”
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Freedom Journal Lesson 4 Subject: History and Language Arts Grade: 4thFreedom Journal Lesson 4 Subject: History and Language Arts Grade: 4th
Students will review important aspects of the Underground Railroad that have been discussed in prior lessons
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When and why was the Declaration of Independence written? What were some of the complaints against Britain?
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Mohandas K. Gandhi once said, “Non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as is cooperation with good.”
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American History Chapter 14 Test ReviewAmerican History Chapter 14 Test Review
Why did the Southern states prefer to buy manufactured goods from Britain rather than from the Northern states here at home?
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