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Abolition Abolition was the legal end of slavery In 1820s most of our society supported that Africans be shifted back to Africa how they wished too But about 1400 African Americans considered American their home but all of those people were free In 1831 William Lloyd Garrison started his own newspaper called The Liberator in which he wrote about setting slaves free without any payments to slaveholders At First Garrison did not have much support but later on when his newspaper got more recognized he got more support Unfortunally Garrison was hang on a rope by white people who opposed him In 1829 a free black encouraged all African Americans to fight for freedom instead then wait for the government to change the laws Not that many people really paid attention to him but most still formed scores of antislavery Frederick Douglass was an African American who knew how to read and write because of his owner and he realized he could use that to be free Frederick was inspired by Garrison and he became an enthusiastic reader of his newspaper finally in 1847 he established his own newspaper called The North Star which guided slaves to freedom From the 1800 to the 1900 the slavery has changed a lot and it also almost equal on male and females By 1830 most blacks spoke enough English to communicate unlike many years before and most of them were born in America In the 1800s slaves lived in my opinion bad conditions they shared little small overcrowded slave quarters they didnt have much furniture only wooden chairs and tables They worked on hefty plantations from early in the morning till late at night There were some slaves that worked at the owners houses as maids or cooks Which never had any time for them selves they were on call 24-7 By 1830s there was shortage of slaves on ships and in mills Numerous
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