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Abolitionist Movement

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Abolitionist Movement

Students will examine a number of primary sources from the abolition movement and analyze the arguments made in these primary sources.  

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Abolition Movement
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Abolition Movement

Students will read and analyze excerpts from Frederick Douglass and Harriet Beecher Stowe; students will also compare and contrast the excerpts in a written response.

Abolition Movement - Version 2
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Abolition Movement - Version 2

Students will read excerpts from Frederick Douglass's speech: "What to the slave is the 4th of July?" and compare and contrast it with the poetry of Langston Hughes.

Nat Turner's Rebellion

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Nat Turner's Rebellion

Students will analyze two primary sources through the lens of sourcing, perspective, and bias.  

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