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“Sambo” pattern of behavior used as a charade in front of whites Innocent laughing black man caricature Bulging eyes, thick lips, big smile
Refusal to work hard Isolated acts of sabotage Escape via the “Underground Railroad”
Monkey wrench (left) alerted escapees to gather up their tools and prepare to flee Drunkard path (right) warned escapees not to follow a straight path
GABRIEL PROSSER (1800)DENMARK VESEY (1822)
Nat Turner 1831
Black Christianity Baptist or Methodist More emotional worship services Negro Spirituals Pidgin or Gullah Languages Nuclear family with extended kin links where possible Importance of music in slaves lives Especially spirituals
Slaves posing in front of their cabin on a Southern plantation.
THE MIDDLE PASSAGE -- TRANSPORT TO AMERICA The Middle Passage was one leg of the Triangular Trade & Refers to the transport of slaves. About %
Chapter 10. Key Topics The Domination of southern life by the slave systemThe Domination of southern life by the slave system The economic implications.
“Slave-ocracy” (plantation owners) The “Plain Folk” (small slave-owners & yeoman farmers) 8,000,000 Black Freemen Black Slaves 250,000 U.S. population.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Harmony and Tension in a Slave Society Mr. Bach Hudson High School Accelerated U.S. History.
Early Emancipation in the North Missouri Compromise, 1820.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY The American South,
Essential Question 1: How did cotton production affect the land and people of the antebellum south?
Ch.11.2 Today’s learning target: Explain the effect of the cotton gin on slavery in the south Describe the life of African Americans in the mid 1800s.
By: Mr. Buttell APUSH WBHS Early Emancipation in the North.
Board Notes Mr. Buttell APUSH WBHS. Characteristics of the Antebellum South 1.Primarily agrarian. 2.Economic power shifted from the “upper South” to.
The Missouri Compromise provided that Missouri be admitted as a slave state, Maine be admitted as a free state, and A.all of the Louisiana Territory north.
Antebellum Slavery in the Deep South Agriculture Cotton is King! Life on the plantation Resistance to Slavery.
Characteristics of the Antebellum South 1.Primarily agrarian. 2.Economic power shifted from the “ upper South ” to the “ lower South. ” 3.“ Cotton Is.
Chapter 16: The South and Slavery. King Cotton 1820.
Slave Population in 1860 Slaves were about 4 million of the total black population in the country. By far, the MAJORITY lived in the South. About 11.5%
Chapter 16. Early Emancipation in the North Missouri Compromise, 1820.
1 If the Union must be dissolved slavery is precisely the question upon which it ought to break John Quincy Adams.
Ch. 16 EU: In what ways and to what extent was industrial development from 1800 to 1860 a factor in the relationship between the northern and the southern.
Changes in Cotton Production What invention might caused this change?
THE ANTEBELLUM SOUTH THE OLD SOUTH & SLAVERY A10Q
Standard 8.9 Slavery in the South Slaves working Most slaves in the south worked in the fields.
Southern Culture and Slavery Chapter 16 Objective #1 Explain the economic strengths and weaknesses of the “Cotton Kingdom.”
The Old South and Slavery, Chapter 12. Cash Crops Cotton is King The British Textile Industry The Cotton Gin The Removal of Indians.
Copyright ©2000 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.1 Brinkley, THE UNFINISHED NATION, 3/e Chapter Eleven: Cotton, Slavery, and the Old South
The Plantation South EQ: How did cotton affect the social and economic life of the South? How did Americans moving west intensify the debate over slavery?
APUSH Chapter 4/10 King Cotton / Slave Trade Pages Southern EconomySouthern Economy –Issues Cotton’s RelationshipsCotton’s Relationships –Slavery.
Restriction, Rebellion, & Resistance Created by Aaron Yonke Revised by Ellie Reich Bay Port High School Green Bay, WI.
Copyright ©1999 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.1 Brinkley, AMERICAN HISTORY: A SURVEY, 10/e Chapter Eleven: Cotton, Slavery, and the Old South.
The Peculiar Institution Slavery in America. The Romantic Myth of Slavery Many Southerners believed that slavery was a benign institution Many Southerners.
AP US History The Southern Economy Southern Society-Circa 1850 “ Slavocracy” [plantation owners] The“Plain Folk” [white yeoman farmers ] Freemen.
Chapter 10 Lesson 2 Life on the Plantation. The Slave South Most Southerners did not own large plantations. Of the 50,000 plantations in the South.
Sectionalism! North, West, South Mr. Owens. Essential Questions What were the causes and effects of the rise of the cotton industry in the South and how.
Slavery in America. Slavery’s Evolution At the beginning of the 18th century, most slaves were born in Africa, few were Christian, and very few slaves.
Focus Question: How did the rise of cotton cultivation affect the society and economy of the Old South? Big Picture: 1770’s—Tobacco =
How is life different in the North, South, and West?
SLAVERY The Antebellum South. THE MIDDLE PASSAGE International Slave Trade: Ends 1808.
Standard 8.9 Slavery in the South. The Cotton Boom Eli Whitney invents cotton gin -- machine that cleans cotton (1793) Makes cotton cleaning more efficient,
Slavery. Essential Question To what degree was the South developing as a distinctively different region from the rest of the United States during the.
Southern Justice I.Life A.Society 1.Slavery 2.Hierarchy B.Culture 1.Fear 2.Religion 3.Vice II.Government A.Politics B. Law C.Criminal Justice 1.Policing.
KALEIDOSCOPE – DIVIDED AGRARIAN COTTON BOOM The Old South.
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