Definitions & Resources
To talk to someone or behave in a way that shows that you believe you are more intelligent or better than them
To preserve and push forward an idea or belief so that it continues indefinitely
Sources & Additional Resources
- “Appeal of Forty Thousand Citizens Threatened with Disenfranchisement, To the People of Pennsylvania.” Historical Society of Pennsylvania
- “Blackstone’s Commentaries of the Laws of England.” Yale Law School Library, Avalon Project.
- Gates Jr, H.L. “Who Led The First Back To Africa Movement?.” Public Broadcast Service.
- “Gerrit Smith biography”. Syracuse University Library
- Grolier. “History of Women’s Suffrage”. Scholastic.
- “Quick Revolutionary War Tour 1765-1777.” USHistory.org
- “Robert Purvis biography." Black Past, (Women’s Issues/Topics)
- “The United States Constitution”. U.S. Government Archives, (Charters of Freedom)
- "Facts about the Slave Trade and Slavery." The Gildern Lehrman Institute of American History.
- Green, William D. "Minnesota's Long Road to Black Suffrage 1849 - 1868." Minnesota History Magazine.