Wiiliam Lloyd Garrison

I will be as harsh as truth and as uncompromising as justice

Rough Start

William Lloyd Garrison was born the son of a merchant sailor. In 1805 his father abandoned him. William Lloyd Garrison lived with a deacon for a while and received a rudimentary education when his mother abandoned him. Then in 1814 William and his mother reunited and became shoemakers.

William Lloyd Garrison becomes a abolitionist

William Lloyd Garrison was a abolitionist from the beginning but he couldn't do anything about slavery then. Later on in life he started a abolitionist paper in 1830 and called it The Liberator. Also William Lloyd Garrison formed a Antislavery Society in New England. When the Civil War overwhelmed the country , William Lloyd Garrison continued to tell the Constitution as a pro-slavery document.

The Little Man With The Big Voice

''Enslave the liberty of but one human being and the liberties of the world are put in peril''.

Accomplishments of Willaim Lloyd Garrison

William Lloyd Garrison joined the American Colonization Society at the age of 25. Also slavery was outlawed throughout the United States in the North and the South by William Lloyd Garrison's perseverance.