The word abolitionist means a person that was against slavery. :)
what does it mean to abolish something
An abolistine does not seem to mean anything but might be related to the word abolitionist. An abolitionist is a person who fought against slavery. Abolistine might be a version of that word.
Its a person who wanted to abolish or get rid of slavery
Abolitionist is a person who wanted to stop slavery.
Yes she was an abolitionist
A synonym for abolitionist is activist.
He was a reformer not a abolitionist
A abolitionist is a peson that is against slavery.
Abolitionist is a noun.
Abolitionist were the people who were against slavery.
There really wasn't a first abolitionist, but Sojourner Truth was considered the first abolitionist.
The closest word I can find is 'Abolitionist' which means someone who opposed slavery.
Did you perhaps mean abolitionist? If so, an abolitionist is a person who is in favor of removing or getting rid of (abolishing) something. Probably the most well known use of the word is as relating to slavery.
An abolitionist is a person that is against slavery!!! You are Welcome =)
jonathan walker abolitionist
Sojourner Truth (1797 - 1883) - abolitionist & feminist Angelina Grimke (1803 - 1879) - abolitionist & feminist Sarah Grimke (1792 - 1873) - abolitionist & feminist Frances Harper (1825 - 1911) - abolitionist, feminist & writer Maria Stewart (fl. 1830s) - abolitionist & educator Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811 - 1896) - abolitionist, feminist & writer Harriet Tubman (1826 - 1913) - abolitionist & feminist Ida B. Wells (1862 - 1931) - abolitionist & writer
The abolitionist wanted tohelp end slavery.
she was an abolitionist she was an abolitionist
Roger B. Taney was not an abolitionist.
Yes Harriet Was a true abolitionist .
An abolitionist was a person who worked to abolish slavery in the United States. So in a sentence: Abraham Lincoln was an abolitionist.
Yes! Eli Whitney was in fact an abolitionist!
you just did, and you can.....ex. he was an ab abolitionist
They believed that the abolitionist movement was right.