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A person opposed to slavery was called an abolitionist. An abolitionist can refer to someone ho supports an end to anything, but was used specifically to refer to those opposing slavery.

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Abolitionist -- they were in favor of abolishing slavery.

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An abolitionist such as Jon Brown. Another would be Abraham Lincoln.

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Republican party opposed slavery

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What was a person called if he was against slavery?

A person who was against slavery was called an abolitionist. Abolitionists were people who believed that slavery was wrong and worked to end it. They came from a variety of backgrounds and had a range of beliefs, but they were all united in their opposition to slavery and their commitment to seeing it abolished. Many abolitionists were active in the movement to end slavery in the United States and other countries, and their efforts contributed to the eventual abolition of slavery in many parts of the world.


What political party was against slavery?

no it wasnt because the Northern Whigs joined with other opponents of slavery.and the north was against slavery yes they were against slavery the democrats were for it


Term meaning against slavery?

Abolitionist


Did the union army fight against slavery?

yes


What does abolistine mean?

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.

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Do you call a person who is against slavery?

Abolitionist -- they were in favor of abolishing slavery.


Who was the person against slavery whos name started with an A?

Abraham Lincoln was against slavery. As President, however, he did not believe he had the power to end slavery.


Lincoln argued against the spread of slavery but he did not call for?

abolition


Who was the first white person against slavery?

There are no records kept of someone who was the first white to be against slavery. There is no way of knowing.


What is 1 person that was against slavery?

Frederick Douglass


In the 1800s a person who was against slavery was called a?

abolitionist.


What did they call a person who wanted to end slavery completely in the US?

An abolitionist.


What is a quaker abolitionsts?

a quaker abolitionist is a person who is against slavery that Quakers were among the first whites to denounce slavery in the American colonies


Who's a famous white person against slavery?

Abraham Lincoln who founded the Emancipation Proclamation to stop slavery Abe Lincoln


Was the south for or against slavery?

The south was against slavery.


What do you call a person who is against his country?

A traitor


What do you call a person against the system?

A rebel.