The Abolitionist Movement

Timeline created by Hancell Gomez
In History
  • New York Changes Slavery Law

    New York Changes Slavery Law
    The state of New York abolishes slavery, which leads to other states acknowledging it and deciding if they want to jump on board or go against it.
  • The American Anti-Slavery Society Was Made

    The American Anti-Slavery Society Was Made
    A group of states, which were many of the citizens in the Northern States, believed that slavery should be illegal and abolished to such an extreme state that they considered slavery as immoral.
  • The Gag Rule In Congress

    The Gag Rule In Congress
    When John Quincy Adams was in his presidency, he won repeals the Gag Rule by changing the rules applied towards it.
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debate

    Lincoln-Douglas Debate
    Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas debated on how the Northern and Southern States have felt about the idea of slavery and made arguments on how it's viewed based on the public and the Constitution.
  • The Beginning of The Civil War

    The Beginning of The Civil War
    This war was insinuated by the Northen States and the Southern States when they were at conflict with each other with the hot-heated debate whether or not slavery should be abolished.
  • The Thirteen Amendment is Added to The Constitution

    The Thirteen Amendment is Added to The Constitution
    The Thirteen Amendment is the Constitutional Law of the entire country that is said to abolish slavery to every state in the United States, in which it did at this time.