USI.8e (Abolitionists + Suffragists) #2 Question Preview (ID: 37353)

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Harriet Tubman was often referred to as the conductor of the Underground  Railroad. Why was she called this?
a) She provided safe houses for runaway slaves.
b) She accompanied slaves to help them escape.
c) She drove the train that carried escaped slaves from the South to the North.
d) She arrested runaway slaves she found trying to escape.

In which movement was Isabel Sojourner Truth an active leader?
a) Independence
b) Temperance
c) Suffrage
d) Progressive

Which was NOT a main idea expressed by the Suffrage Movement?
a) Women were denied equal opportunities in business.
b) Women were denied educational opportunities, especially higher education.
c) Women were denied the right to vote.
d) Women were denied the right to be homemakers.

An abolitionist was a person who —
a) fought for women’s rights
b) fought for stronger immigration laws
c) fought for equality of Native Americans
d) believed that slavery was wrong and immoral

Which sign would most likely have been carried by an abolitionist?
a) Equal Rights for Women
b) End Child Labor
c) No Taxation Without Representation
d) Ban Slavery Now

Who spoke against slavery and recruited  Union soldiers?
a) Lucy Stanton
b) Sojourner Truth
c) Federick Douglass
d) Harriet Tubman

Who advocated for both women and  anti-slavery?
a) Lucy Stanton
b) Federick Douglass
c) Harriet Tubman
d) Sojourner Truth

Who escaped slavery and became a  preacher hoping to help other slaves?
a) Harriet Tubman
b) Lucy Stanton
c) Federick Douglass
d) Sojourner Truth

Which abolitionist published the newspaper The Liberator?
a) William Lloyd Garrison
b) Cyrus McCormick
c) Frederick Douglass
d) Harriet Tubman

What is true about Frederick Douglass?
a) He was a preacher and led the largest African American Baptist congregation in the Northeast.
b) He was the founder and first principal of the New York African Free School.
c) He was a white abolitionist who raided the U.S. arsenal at Harper's Ferry.
d) He was an ex-slave who wrote articles and gave speeches denouncing slavery.

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