What is Richard Allen is known for? (select all that apply)Question 3 options:
Founding the African Methodist Episcopal Church
Opening a school for black children in Philadelphia
Earning an honorary degree
With his friend Absalom Jones, founding the Free African Society
Going to Africa and resettling
Richard Allen is known for founding the African Methodist Episcopal Church , opening a school for black children in Philadelphia and, with his friend Absalom Jones, founding the Free African Society.
Richard Allen was an African American religious leader. He was born a slave, in 1760, in a family belonging to a successful Pennsylvania lawyer, Benkamin Chew, being sold with his family to a Delawer farmer in 1768. In 1777, after most of his family had been resold, he converted to methodism. Around the age of twenty, he managed to buy his freedom, becoming a Methodist preacher, even among whites, something infrequent in the United States at the time. At twenty-seven he was one of the founders of the Free African Society of Philadelphia, perhaps the first independent organization of free blacks in the USA. At thirty-five, he was the spiritual leader of Philadelphia's largest black congregation, the African Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1817 he was forced to break with the white leadership of the Methodist church that controlled and limited the activity of black religious congregations. Self-taught, he was the author of many sermons and texts related to his activism. He also worked on establishing schools for blacks and creating mutual aid societies to free free blacks from dependence on whites.
The kingdom of the fifty-two states clans was also known as the ________ Empire-Palmares -Lunda -Buganda -Uganda
the answer is buganda..option c
PLEASE HELP !!!!!! PLEASEChoose all the statements that do NOT describe a characteristic of Jacksonian Democracy.
1. Signing the Indian Removal Act, initiating the removal of southern tribes to west of the Mississippi
2. The abolition of slavery in the United States
3. The dismantling of the National Bank
4. The founding of the Republican Party
5. Using the spoils system to fill government positions
6. The expansion of suffrage to include all white men with poverty
The answer is B abolition of slavery in the United States and the answer is D The founding of the Republican Party
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20 POINTS PLZZZZZ! Think about the first eight lines and the tone of the rest of the poem. How do you think William Blake felt about child labor in London during the Industrial Revolution? Use at least three pieces of evidence from the poem to support your response. Your answer should be three to four sentences long.
I think that William Blake felt bad and felt that it was not right. But had to deal with it.
Answer: I think that William Blake felt bad and felt that it was not right. But had to deal with it. And child labor is wrong. Unless ur parent is making u work.
List the following social classes in order of the social structure in the Middle Ages(highest-lowest):serfs nobles clergy merchants monarchs artisans knights
The monroe doctrine was an effort to stop European nations from interfering in what ?
The Monroe Doctrine was an effort to stop Europeans from influencing politics within the United States. (Lets say if Russia tried to turn the U.S communist during the cold war. The Monroe Doctrine would take into effect)
How did George Washington set an example for later presidents? A. He called on experts and formed a cabinet. B. He refused to appoint advisers. C. He made official visits to foreign capitals. D. He remained in office until he died.
Letter A i believe people who helped him were called cabinets other presidents followed his way