Abolitionism is also called the Abolition movement, in the United
States their was two hundred campaign to free American blacks from
slavery, or forced labor. The abolition movement, began in the late
1600’s where years has gone by to 1861-1865, that finally brought up
the Militant stages in to the Civil War’s climax . . . . . .
The first recorded abolition meeting took place in 1688 in
Germantown, Pennsylvania, with a group of Quakers, whose religious
beliefs were slavery
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role to go against slavery in the United States.
The movement rapidly gained followers, and it pushed the nation even
closer to war. When the Civil War began, the abolitionist prayed for
Northern victory of Union forces that would bring emancipation, or
freedom, to the slaves.
. . . . . . . After the four years of blood shed, the
victory of the Union forces made it possible for the 13 th
Amendment (1865), which finally declared slavery illegal
in the United States.