The main goal of abolitionist like William Lloyd garrison was to do what?
A allow all woman the right to vote.
B establish tax-supported schools.
C stop individuals from drinking alcoholic beverages.
D end slavery immediately
THE ANSWER IS D :END SLAVERY
William Lloyd Garrison was an avid abolitionist, so he wanted to end slavery. Read More
End slavery immediately :) Read More
Compare and contrast the American colonization society with William Lloyd garrisons American antislavery society?
The goal of the American Colonization Society was to relocate slaves and free Blacks to Africa, specifically, modern Liberia. Garrison's organization's goal was immediate abolition of slavery. Read More
His major goal was to gain the weapons arsenal and lead a slave rebelion since he was an extreme abolitionist Read More
To save the Union - and the cotton revenues. It did not start as an abolitionist war. Lincoln turned it into one by issuing the Emancipation, effective from January 1863, and even then the Northern public was not generally Abolitionist. Read More
The Abolitionist movement was active in the years prior to the Civil War. There goal was to end the practice of slavery within the United States. They worked to get laws changed as well as working beyond the law in order to free those in bondage. Read More
His goal was to prove that people interested in literature can be smarter than mathematicians Read More
At Mundfordville, Kentucky, the Union had a garrison of 4,000 troops at that location. Union General Buell's goal was to move noth and unite that garrison with his main army. Unfortunately, Confederate cavalry from Braxton Bragg's army was able to contain Beull's march, leaving the garrison at Mundfordville alone with no available reinforcements insight. Bragg's army easily assaulted the garrison and won. This caused a Federal delay in its operations in the West. Read More
William's Goal was to find an all-water route to the pacific ocean. Do not use an in between find and all Read More
spread American ideas of democracy and individual freedom. Read More
to spread your beliefs to other countries. Some people who used imperialism were William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft, and Woodrow Wilson Read More
one goal was to create a constitutional amendment to limit the presidency to one term Read More
William Penn founded Pennsylvania with a land grant that was owed his deceased Father. His goal was to create a colony that allowed for freedom. Read More
William Edward Sladen Holland has written: 'The goal of India' -- subject(s): Hinduism, Missions in India, Religion, Missions Read More
breaking up business trusts and giant monopolies Read More
The destruction of the Confederate military, its supplies and supply routes and its source of food and fodder. Read More
The goal of the abolitionists was to abolish (do away with) slavery as a legal institution in the US. The movement grew in the early 1800s partly as a result of the differing state laws. In the South, slavery was legal and supported labor-intensive agriculture. In the North, slavery was being phased out in favor of employing new immigrants, and agriculture was not the only economic activity. Read More
The game went into extra time. Six minutes in, Mabbutt scored an own goal after Lloyd McGrath centred the ball and it took a deflection off of the Spurs defender's knee and over keeper Ray Clemence. Read More
Lloyd won the John Coleman Medal (AFL leading goalkicker award) in 2000 with 109 goals, with a nine goal haul against Fremantle, his best for the year. He was a member of the winning 2000 Grand Final team finishing with four goals for the day. Read More
William Shekey is a great man, brother and uncle to many people. He was a great friend, and would protect those that he loves. He is the toughest man I know, strong hearted and goal determined. Read More
The progressive goal of the Salvation Army is to spread the gospel throughout their ministry of feeding the hungry and helping the homeless with food and shelter. The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 by William and Catherine Booth. Read More
Sesame Street was the idea of producer Joan Ganz Cooney and Carnegie Foundation vice president Lloyd Morrisett . Their goal was to create a children's television program that would be educational . Read More
He wanted to make oatmeal. His face is on the oatmeat box. He invented it. Read More
At the Rugby school in England. William Webb Ellis was frustrated with his teams inablilty to score, so he picked up the ball and ran it in to the goal, touched it down and asked if that counted as a goal. He was told no, but it was a good try. Read More
William wanted to become King of England, the only way of achieving that goal was to be violent towards his enemies or they would have killed him. He could have stayed in Normandy, but he could not become king if he did. Read More
because William Webb Ellis picked up the soccer ball and ran into the goal Came from own knowledge Read More
William Penn's goal was to create a colony allowed for freedom of religion due to his desire to protect himself and fellow Quakers. Read More
What major military goal did Union General William T Sherman fail to accomplish in the US Civil War?
Referring particularly to the Atlanta Campaign, we can say that he failed to reach the major "strategic" goal Grant assigned to him--that is, the destruction of the Confederate opposing army. Read More
How did william jennings bryan represent the populist party's goal of building a broad based movement?
He Toured The Country And Spoke Directly To The People -Brey Read More
Originally, running into the try zone and touching the ball down did not give any points. All you got was an attempt or 'try' at goal via being allowed to place the ball and kick (a place kick for goal). Or when William Webb Ellis put the ball down he asked: "Was that a goal?" and the sports master replied, "No, but it was a good try". Read More
William Webb-Ellis from Rugby (the town) school in England. Whilst playing football he picked up the ball and put it over the goal line. this is where holding the ball and putting it over the line came from. The word try came from whe William put the ball over the line he said to the official 'was that a goal sir?' and then the official replied 'no but it was a good try'. A spectator… Read More
the future goal for serena williams id beging above and beyond and make everyone in the world to reconize her as a professionoal tennis player Read More
Arthur William Mann has written: 'The Jackie Robinson story' 'Goal in sight' -- subject(s): Protected DAISY 'Bob White' -- subject(s): Juvenile fiction, Baseball, Sports camps Read More
What Northern abolitionist publicly demands that US President Lincoln issue some kind of declaration that slavery in the South must be ended?
Although New York City is a predominately a Democratic Party stronghold, there is the nationally read newspaper called the Tribune. It is owned and run by abolitionist Republican Horace Greeley. In an editorial he urges Lincoln to "somehow end slavery". A few days later, on August 22, 1862, Lincoln replies to Greeley saying his primary goal is to save the Union. He stands firm in that whatever he does or does not do about slavery… Read More
John Brown was a abolitionist who fought for emancipation of slaves in the United States prior to the Civil War. In the pursuit of this goal, he assaulted and killed many people. In an attempt to start a slave revolt, he briefly occupied an armory in Harper's Ferry Virginia. He was captured by a US Marines detachment and eventually hung. Read More
goal keeper in the goal third goal defense in goal third and center third Goal attack goal third and centre third Read More
Goal, goalie, goal keeper, goal attack, goal defence, goal shooter, goal kicker. Read More
Vicksburg was the last big Confederate garrison on the Mississippi. If the Union captured Vicksburg, they would soon control the whole river, and would be able to send most of their troops East, to help the Army of the Cumberland. Meanwhile, all enemy units to the West of the river would be isolated. Read More
Rugby started in 1823, when William Webb Ellis picked up the ball during a soccer game at Rugby School and ran towards the opponents goal. Read More
How did William jennings Bryans 1896 presidential campaign support the populist partys goal of building a broad-based movement?
Bryan toured the country and spoke directly to people Read More
A goal may be scored directly from a goal kick, but only against the opponents. An own-goal cannot be scored directly from a goal kick. Read More
Meta (As I have a goal) Now goal for soccer is (Gol) Read More
Electronic Arts summed up it's mission/vision statement by saying it consists of a group of electronic artists all working toward a common goal. That goal is to realize the potential of personal computing. Electronic Arts was established in 1982 by William Hawkins III. Read More
Rugby was invented when William Webb Ellis picked up the soccer ball and ran into the goal. Information from own knowledge and http://www.rl1908.com/Origin-Rugby.htm Read More
once that a goal was achieved he argued so pit sent Britain best generals to north America Read More
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free soilers: their goal was to prohibit slavery only in new territories- many were unconvinced that the whole institution of slavery could be eliminated, some were northerns who did not want to compete economically with slavery in the new territories, others were racist and did not want blacks, free or enslaved, playing a role in westward expansion abolitionists: their goal was to abolish slavery completely they were more into the moral aspect of the issue… Read More