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African American Studies 40A Week 3: 19th Century Slavery and Resistance
Key Concepts Myth of the Black Matriarch Underground Railroad Upper-ground Railroad Absenteeism Maroon communities Fort Mose Fugitive Slave Act of 1850
Ft. Mose, in Spanish Florida Artifacts circa 1750-1770 Free Black Militia, officer from Veracruz (left), and soldier from Havana (right) c. 1770-1776
Maroon Communities There were MANY. There were maroon communities in FL and in GA. Davis also mentions others, like SC, NC, LA, MS, AL.
Myths of the Underground Railroad 1845 19 th c. Print from Type Specimen Books, used for runaway ads purchased by slave owners and published in newspapers
Wanted Notice for Harriet Jacobs
ABOLITION – the movement to end slavery 1 WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON – abolitionist who publishes a newspaper called The Liberator 2 William Lloyd Garrison.
In the argument over slavery, the Northern states wanted to Make slavery illegal.
WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON – abolitionist who publishes a newspaper called The Liberator. Taught “SLAVERY WAS SIN!!!!!” William Lloyd Garrison.
Take out Civil War Map Activity #1 Prepare for Notes.
Fugitive Slave Act. Part of the Compromise of 1850 Allowed slave owners to go up North to get their slaves back. Police had to arrest runaway slaves by.
Created by Allison Duquaine and Desirae Bombay-Klyce.
The Underground Railroad Information adapted to PP format by J. Arth 2009.
The Escape and rebellion of slavery Daisey Sandoval W. Stiern Middle School Ms. Marshall HSS
Opposing Slavery. Vocabulary American Colonization Society – organization in the early 1800s that proposed to end slavery by helping African Americans.
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD. The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad was a secret network of people who helped runaway slaves escape to freedom.
Created by: Sophia Boudnik, Sara Moua, Darian Wheelock.
Slavery and Abolition Vocabulary 8 th Grade U.S. History Mrs. Chen.
Jeopardy SlaveryPeopleVocabularyDifferences Random Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Social Studies Homework D.O.G Lesson Review – P. 151 #1-6.
Harriet Tubman. HARRIET TUBMAN She lived in Dorchester county.
The African- American Slavery Narrative A brief introduction to American slavery and Harriet Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.
BY: MADDIE HICKOX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. SLAVERY!!!!!!!! Harriet in slavery!!! Harriet escaping from slavery!!! When Harriet was in slavery she tried to help.
The Underground Railroad Pages Another Way to Resist Running away was another way slaves chose to resist slavery. Some slaves ran away alone.
The underground railroad Not underground and NOT a train!
Chapter 4, Section Enslaved people come under Union control 2. Fugitives are considered to be contraband.
ANIMOTO VIDEO. The Underground Railroad is a network of people who arranged transportation and hiding places for African American slaves who wanted to.
The Underground Railroad By: Aaryn Griggs.
The Fugitive Slave Act by Brittany Priester and Anna Comito.
Early Days & Slavery Timeline By: Tameka Woodard.
In a short reply of one to three sentences, respond to the following prompt: Explain what would be the best way to try and have a school rule changed.
The Civil War A Country Divided. Life in the North Based on industry Based on industry Factories and shipping Factories and shipping Few family farms.
By: rahaf alwattar and Olivia carpenter. The Underground Railroad was a secretive network of abolitionists They guided run-away slaves across the Canadian.
A Union in Peril Causes of the Civil War. Westward Expansion and Slavery Expansion continually raised slavery issue.
American History 5/9/2003 Underground Railroad Slavery and slave ship Civil War.
An overview of Slave Rebellion
Chapter 8, Section 2 The Fight Against Slavery p
A Rising Tide of Protest and Violence
10/17/2009 The Underground Railroad The Illinois Connection
Life As a Slave In North Carolina By: Ben Williams.
OwlTeacher.com American History Unit 7 Prologue to the American Civil War.
Abraham Lincoln 1. Mixed beliefs about slavery 2. Slavery was an injustice 3. Did not interfere with slavery in South 4. Against expansion of slavery in.
Links to LOC Resources: Abolition & Slavery Accounts Slaves and the Courts Timelines of African American History Timelines of African American.
Jeopardy $100 Famous Leaders Dates Famous People North and South Underground Railroad $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100.
African-Americans and The Abolitionist Movement. Slave Family Parents not legally married Children did not work the fields until the age of 8 Families.
Chapter 12 The Road to the Civil War Section 12-1: Abolitionists Pages
Chapter 11/ 12 The North & the South. invented the cotton gin, a device that separated cotton fibers from the seeds invented the cotton gin, a device.
The Underground Railroad provided the African Americans the opportunity and assistance for escaping slavery and finding freedom. One of the characteristics.
Defying the System of Slavery By: Melanie Roberts & Carolina Campos.
By:Jessica Lucas People In Black History. *Bill Cosby* For over thirty years he has been the worlds most respected entertainers and comedians. The Cosby.
the underground railroad escape from slavery
JOHN C. CALHOUN Pro - Slavery Southern political leader Strong supporter of slavery Argued states NOT Congress had the right to determine whether or not.
A series of laws in America at the time makes it increasingly difficult to escape slavery The Fugitive Slave Act.
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