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Sojourner truth

In 1843 she became an abolitionist. In 1850 she encountered the women's rights movement & became involved [1st woc]

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Harriet Tubman

Freed over 300 salves within 19 trips

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Ida wells Barnett

Wrote about lynching in the newspaper

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Why free blacks weren't really free

Had to pay taxes, white guardian present, carry passes

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Bernarda Ruiz

Involved in the Mexican American war as a median. Assisted General Fremont in meeting with Andrew pico in signing the treaty

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Lucy Gonzales parsons

Worked with labor union founded the industrial workers of the world

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Mexican Americans were more ____ than _______.

Native; foreign

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Important abolitionist

Grimke sisters, Harriet Beecher stove

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Temperance

Ban alcohol

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Progressive

Jane Adams

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Restrictive covenant

Prohibited blacks to intermarry and squared segregated schools

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California did not have _____\ for blacks

Segregated buses or restrooms

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Harriet Beecher stove

Wrote a book called uncle toms cabin and was an abolitionists

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Jane Adams

Founded the first settlement homes for the poor titled hull. Became a pacifists in 1920

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2 justifications for slavery

The bible, the constitution, the church never said slavery was wrong

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Mexican American war

1846 thru 1848

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Where did jubilee take place?

Georgia

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Civil war

1861

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Location: Mexican American war

Ca., Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas

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Why were women involved in the temperance movement?

Organized by women who were concerned about the destructive power of alcohol and the problems it was causing their families and society.