No. North wanted to end slavery and south wanted slavery
Abolitionists were part of a movement who wanted to end slavery during the 1800's.
The Abolitionist Movement started in the early 1800's and it was a group of people that wanted to abolish/end slavery in the U.S.A.
The Abolitionist Movement.
the movement to end slavery
No, the Union wanted to end slavery, that was the reason was for the Civil War. The Confederacy wanted slavery
the north wanted to end slavery and the south wanted slavery
the abololitionist movement.
abolitionism is the movement to end slavery, and the emancipation proclamation is the document that ended slavery.
The Movement To End Slavery
The anti-slavery movement in America was known as the Abolitionism Movement. Abolitionists called for a total end of slavery and worked diligently towards that end until the Civil War. The Quakers were the first group to call for the end of slavery.
They wanted to end slavery
In the early 1830's the anti-slavery abolitionist movement became an active minority movement to end slavery in the United States. While many Americans at the time in the North did not favor slavery, they accepted it as part of the South's culture. Many Americans believed that the immediate and total end of slavery, as the abolitionists wanted would cause a huge economic and social disruption.
It was supposed to abolish slavery.
There was the Confederate (South who wanted Slavery) Then there was the Union (North who wanted to end Slavery)
Yes. They wanted to abolish slavery.
to end slavery!