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Slave - Catchers By: Jadelyn
Slave – Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt down slaves trying to escape from there owners.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers were white men hunting down escaped slaves trying to escape to the North.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt down escaped slaves with guns, dogs, weapons, and ride on horses.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers would hunt escaped slaves for a reward (money).
Slave – Catchers Slave – Catchers were allowed to go in the North to catch escaped slaves under the Fugitive Slave Law.
Slave - Catchers Slave – Catchers have been in the slave catching business since the nineteen century, and there profitable business ended when the Civil War ended.
Fighting for freedom By Brian Molina. The trip to America The plantation owners went to Africa to look for people to work for them. The plantation owners.
COMPROMISES BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR SPI 5.4 Draw on information from multiple print or digital resources explaining the events that made slavery a national.
Escape from slavery By Joel Reyes. Why did slaves escape? They escape because the slaves were not treaded right like the white They wanted there freedom.
CIVIL WAR TO THE PRESENT VOCABULARY. FREE STATE A STATE THAT DID NOT ALLOW SLAVERY BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR.
ASSIST(verb) To assist means to help.. Capture (noun) or ( verb) Noun: Capture is the act of catching something Verb: capture means to take by force.
Long Term Causes of the Civil War. State’s Rights -Federalism -system of multiple governments in order to give more localized decision making power -10th.
Underground Railroads By: Mikayla Boehm. When did the Underground railroad begin ? The Underground railroad ran in the late 18 th century and the beginning.
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.
Underground Railroad By Karley Wells. The underground Railroad was a term used for a network of people, homes, and hideouts that slaves in southern United.
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.
American History 5/9/2003 Underground Railroad Slavery and slave ship Civil War.
Fugitive Slave Act. The Fugitive Slave Act The Fugitive Slave Act was passed by the US congress on September 18 th This declared that all runaway.
The African- American Slavery Narrative A brief introduction to American slavery and Harriet Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl.
American Slavery. Triangle Trade Europeans traveled to Africa to capture slaves beginning in the 1500’s Europeans traded guns and goods for African slaves.
Created by Allison Duquaine and Desirae Bombay-Klyce.
The Civil War Begins. Strengths of the Confederacy Army—Southern boys knew how to ride horses and use guns to hunt They also had Robert Lee as their general.
Rising Tensions Abolitionism Spreads in North Frederick Douglass: runaway slave becomes abolitionist leader William Lloyd Garrison: editor.
Conflict Leads to Crisis: The Causes of the U.S. Civil War.
Causes of the Civil War Part 4 John Brown’s Raid on Harpers Ferry.
The Home Front. The Civil War touched the lives of every American family, North and South.
Compromise & Conflict: The Road to War Ms. Ramos Alta Loma High School.
Roman Slaves BY: JACK. Who are Slaves? Slaves are people who are frequently captured in battle and sent back to Rome to be sold as slaves. Abandoned.
By: Ericka Schaeffer. What was it? Law passed by the Untied States Congress on September 18, 1850 Part of the Compromise of1850 Between the Southern.
Ellen and William craft Facts about my famous person By Kate T.
Underground Railroad Escaping Slavery. Essential Questions Why would people put themselves at risk to help others? When is it alright to challenge established.
HARRIET TUBMAN Conductor of the Underground Railroad.
Differences between slaves in the North and slaves in the South. SLAVERY.
1. During the 19 th century, what was a difference between the North and the South? A. Ideas about slavery B. Economic systems C. Political beliefs D.
The Underground Railroad was a railroad train that carried escaped slaves to freedom on an underground route. True or False The Underground Railroad.
© Erin Kathryn 2015 PowerPoint & Notes. © Erin Kathryn 2015 People disagreed about the issue of slavery. Some felt that slaves were needed to grow cash.
Social Studies Chapter 8 Lesson 23 Review Questions.
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD. The Underground Railroad The Underground Railroad was a secret network of people who helped runaway slaves escape to freedom.
Slavery in the USA Caylee: Life as a Slave in NC Andrea: Struggle for Freedom Vallerie: Resistance to Slavery Kari: Coming to America.
African-American History Part 1: 1619 through the 1930s.
Resistance to Slavery. Learning Targets I can define popular sovereignty and explain its impact on the conflict between North and South. I can describe.
The United States of America Among big rivers are the Colorado and the Missouri.
Causes of the Civil War. Should Territories be free or slave? The North: Worried that making new territories into slave territories would give South too.
The Civil War and Reconstruction 1-1:Causes of the Civil War Pro-slavery and anti- slavery settlers killing each other in Kansas.
The time period before the Civil War Someone who is actively involved in abolishing slavery.
A very large farm. A person who fought to end slavery.
HARRIET TUBMAN Conductor of the Underground Railroad By Donna Martin.
A series of laws in America at the time makes it increasingly difficult to escape slavery The Fugitive Slave Act.
Congress adopted the policy that there would be balance in the Senate For every free state there would be an equal slave state. ▪ The south was afraid.
Background to the Conflict Pre-Civil War Days. The Slave Economy & King Cotton Many people began to turn against slaveryMany people began to turn against.
The Underground Railroad Information adapted to PP format by J. Arth 2009.
Issues Leading to the Civil War Southerners threaten secession to get what they want!!!
Movement of People… Slaves. Movement of peoples What factors affected the movement of people from 1750 to 1918? The major movements of people.
Dictation Group 1. Who makes the laws? Congress makes the laws.
The Crisis Deepens The issue of Slavery led to Acts of Violence and the formation of the Republican Party and more sectional tension.
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