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US History Chapter 15 Lessons 2&3

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14 questions
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  • Q1
    person who sought the end of slavery in the United States in the early 1800s
    overseer
    slave owner
    abolitionist
    suffrage
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  • Q2
    newspaper created by Quaker Benjamin Lundy whose purpose was to spread the abolitionist message.
    The Liberator
    Arkansas Gazette
    Genius of Universal Emancipation
    The New York Times
    30s
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  • Q3
    started a newspaper called The Liberator and was one of the first white abolitionists to call for an immediate end to slavery
    Frederick Douglass
    Elias Howe
    William Lloyd Garrison
    Harriet Tubman
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  • Q4
    wealthy sisters from South Carolina who asked for the family's slaves as their inheritance and immediately freed them.
    Lorene and Dorene Gundy
    Eva and Zsa Zsa Gabor
    Harriet and Willaveeta Douglass
    Sarah and Angelina Grimké
    30s
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  • Q5
    Her 1852 novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, portrayed slavery as a cruel and brutal system
    Harriet Garrison
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Harriet Tubman
    Harriet Burns
    30s
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  • Q6
    a runaway, slave who traveled widely to speak at abolitionist meetings.He was a powerful speaker who often moved listeners to tears.
    Nat Turner
    Elijah Lovejoy
    Frederick Douglass
    Kunta Kinte
    30s
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  • Q7
    helped runaways to freedom in the northern United States or Canada. Harriet Tubman was its most famous conductor.
    The Underground Subway
    Union Pacific Railroad
    The Underground Railroad
    FedEx
    30s
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  • Q8
    a US colony in western Africa, began in 1822 as a resettlement place for free blacks
    Uganda
    Liberia
    Somolia
    Nigeria
    30s
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  • Q9
    called for an end to laws that discriminated against women
    William Lloyd Garrison
    Seneca Falls Convention
    19th Amendment
    Daughters of Temperance
    30s
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  • Q10
    the right to vote
    suffrage
    abolition
    democracy
    liberty
    30s
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  • Q11
    the daughter of a Quaker abolitionist who called for equal pay and college training for women
    Harriet Tubman
    Angelina Grimké
    Susan B. Anthony
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
    30s
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  • Q12
    first state to grant women the right to vote
    Wyoming
    Minnesota
    Alaska
    California
    30s
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  • Q13
    ratified in 1920, this gave women the right to vote in the entire US.
    The Suffrage Act
    18th Amendment
    19th amendment
    20th Amendment
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  • Q14
    In 1847 she became the first person to discover a comet with a telescope
    Madame Curie
    Frederica Copernicus
    Lucia Galileo
    Maria Mitchell
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