Women in Antebellum America

Women living in the antebellum era were not anywhere near from being considered as equal citizens with equal rights in the American society. After the revolutionary war in America, society started to change roles and expectations of women and men began to shift.

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Since, the children were already being taught how to read in Sunday school, the sentence of one month was just mere weapon of arousing fear among the activists. The judge argued that religious education was just meant to shape the morals of the slaves, and that was supposed to be separated from the intellectual education, which Douglass did not.

Reference
Lasser, C., & Robertson, S. (2010). Antebellum Women: Private, Public, Partisan. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

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