Finer grained standards that are part of this one
analyze national and international abolition efforts, including the gradual emancipation of enslaved people in the North (1777-1804), the U.S. ban on the slave trade (1808), the abolition of slavery in Mexico (1829) and Great Britain (1833), and the significance of the Guerrero Decree in the Texas Revolution.
analyze and evaluate various forms of individual and group resistance against the enslavement of African Americans;
analyze the economic, social, religious, and legal rationalization used by some Americans to continue and expand slavery after declaring independence from Great Britain;
analyze the role that slavery played in the development of nationalism and sectionalism during the early 19th century;
describe the impact of the Three-Fifths Compromise and the Fugitive Slave Act;
analyze the influence of significant individuals and groups prior to and during the abolitionist movement to determine their impact on ending slavery such as the work of David Walker, Elijah P. Lovejoy, John Brown, Sojourner Truth, Frederick Douglass, the American Anti-Slavery Society, and the Underground Railroad; and