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House Rule 21 also known as the Gag Rule prohibiting abolition

House Rule 21 also known as the Gag Rule prohibiting abolition

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House Rule 21, also known as the Gag Rule, prohibited abolition petitions from being read on the floor of the House, passed on January 28th 1840.

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House Rule 21, also known as the Gag Rule, prohibited abolition petitions from being read on the floor of the House, passed on January 28th 1840.

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In 1841, Adams representing the African defendants in United States v. The Amistad Africans in the Supreme Court of the United States.

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As John Quincy Adams predicted, for a time the “contest” over slavery was settled. But a powerful force was building that soon pushed the issue into the ...

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There were a few in the House that were abolitionists. So the Representative John Q. Adams created the gag rule, to forbid ...

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A woodcut from the abolitionist Anti-Slavery Almanac (1839) depicts the capture of a fugitive slave by a slave patrol.

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The Webster - Ashburton Treaty signed August 9th 1842, settled the border between the United States and Great Britin's holdings of Canada, along wi…

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Violent repression of slaves was a common theme in abolitionist literature in the North. Above, this famous 1863 photo of a slave, Gordon, deeply scarred ...

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A part of the well-known Life in Philadelphia series drawn by Edward W. Clay, this racist caricature lampoons free African Americans' celebratory response ...

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A gag rule was passed in the United States Congress May 26th 1836, so slavery wouldn't have to be dealt with.

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The gag rule was used in the government in regard to getting rid of slavery in the government. It was a rule limiting and preventing debate on a issue.

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