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Fact Finder

1 .       All of the following are true statements concerning black female abolitionists except: [Hint]

2 .       He was a black man who advocated in 1829 that slaves use violence to secure their freedom. [Hint]

3 .       Which of the following was not a member of the so-called Baltimore Alliance, the strongest black abolitionist opponents of colonization? [Hint]

4 .       Which political party in the antebellum era best represented the interests of the South's slaveholding elite? [Hint]

5 .       Approximately how many African Americans immigrants had gone to Africa by 1860? [Hint]

6 .       Which of the following is in correct chronological order? [Hint]

7 .       All of the following were results of the Denmark Vesey conspiracy of 1822 except: [Hint]

8 .       The best explanation of Nat Turner is that he: [Hint]

9 .       Which of the following statements about Denmark Vesey is not accurate? [Hint]

10 .       The main thrust of the American Colonization Society was to: [Hint]

11 .       Which of the following statements about Gabriel's Conspiracy is not correct? [Hint]

12 .       A black abolitionist, she was the first American woman to address male audiences in public. [Hint]

13 .       Which of the following statements does not accurately represent the ideas of the Democratic Party during the Jacksonian era? [Hint]

14 .       This African American leader took the first group of African American settlers to the free black colony of Sierra Leone in 1815. [Hint]

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