Womens Rights, history homework help

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Use the following websites, and any additional research (it is acceptable to use wikipedia for this assignment), and submit an essay that examines the role of women in the anti-slavery (abolition) movement during the 19th century. Essay should be a minimum of 500-750 words in length, use MLA style for use of sources and citations.

Address the following questions in your essay:

  • What motivated women to become involved in the abolition movement?
  • How did they contribute to the movement to abolish slavery?
  • Who were some of the key women in the movement?
  • What was the relationship between abolitionism and the emergence of the women's rights movement?

http://www.historyswomen.com/socialreformer/grimke2.html

http://utc.iath.virginia.edu/abolitn/wmhp.html

http://www.teachushistory.org/second-great-awakening-age-reform/articles/historical-background-antislavery-womens-rights-1830-1845

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/part4/4h2939t.html

http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/disp_textbook.cfm?smtID=2&psid=3539

https://www.uic.edu/orgs/cwluherstory/CWLUArchive/wave.html


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Women rights during the 19th Century

What motivated women to become involved in the abolition movement

Several factors motivated the women in the involvement in the abolition movements. The
second great awakening that involved religious revivals led to abolitions in the slavery that was
viewed as a sin against humanity. Most of the American women by took part in the abolishment
movements of the slavery. Indeed, some of them became prominent leaders in the movement.
Women wrote articles about the abolition as well as papers, circulated pamphlets, and delivered
petitions to the Congress to call for the abolition.

The fact that women in the time of William Penn and Quaker allowed women to
participate in the public by takin...

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