Second Seminole War
In the Second Seminole War, blacks again fight alongside Native Americans in opposition to U.S. forces.
North and South Carolina Continue to Try and Suppress Anti-slavery Speech
Both North and South Carolina make formal requests to other states to suppress abolition societies and anti-slavery literature.
Anti-slavery Societies Orgainized
Female antislavery societies are organized in Boston and Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society was an integrated group of white and black middle class women, led by Lucretia Mott, Harriett Forten Purvis, and Grace Bustill Douglass.
Abolitionists Lobby Congress
Abolitionists launch a campaign flooding Congress with antislavery petitions.