What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis

What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis
What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis
What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis
What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis
What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis
What Did He Say??? Civil War Era Abolitionist/Pro-Slavery Quotes Analysis
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Leading up to the Civil War, people in the North had completely different view points than people in the South. This assignment has students look at how each side felt, to better understand why they were willing to go to war.

There are 5 quotes that students must analyze to understand the meaning, decided if the speaker was an abolitionist or anti-abolitionist based on what he said.

This assignment really helps students to understand the mind set of the North and the South. History is best understood when you understand how each side felt.

This assignment could easily be assigned as homework.

I give my students a participation grade for attempting it, and not based on right/wrong answers. We discuss each quote as a class after students have completed it.
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