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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.
Africans did not meekly accept slavery Found means to resist ◦ Work slow downs ◦ Sabotage ◦ Temporary escapes Drive to gain concessions for their owners
Sought freedom outside settlements Flee to Spanish Florida Flee to the west to join American Indians Hover outside settled areas (outliers)
Bounties against outliers Treaties with American Indians Rewards for retrieving runaway slaves Slave Codes Militias
Caribbean Revolts ◦ Africans outnumbered Europeans 8 to 1 North American Revolts ◦ New York City (1 in 4 people were African) 1712 1741 ◦ Stono Rebellion in South Carolina
In a short reply of one to two sentences, respond to the following prompt: Summarize today’s lesson
The Underground Railroad Resistance and Rebellion.
Objective: To examine slave family life and methods of resistance.
Our group project centers around: › The earliest African- Americans › The challenges they faced › How their actions affected the lives of future African-
4-2.4: Summarize the relationship among the Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans, including the French and Indian War, the slave revolts, and the.
The Southern Colonies: Plantations and Slavery
Slavery. Destination, Auction, and Seasoning Most Africans landed in Brazil with the least number landing in North America. Slaves were auctioned off.
EARLY AMERICAN RELATIONSHIPS Who Was All in America? The Native Americans The Africans The Europeans The French The British.
3.3 The Southern Colonies. Royal Colonies and Proprietary Colonies A Royal Colony is one that is owned by the king and he picks (appoints) the governor.
Slavery in the Colonies. Indentured Servants to Slaves Blacks and whites worked side by side as indentured servants Were punished the same Had rights.
Antebellum Slavery. The Roots of Slavery Slavery was introduced in North America from the Carribean. First “Africans” arrive in 1619 in Jamestown, Va.
The Influence of African Slavery on the Development of the Americas
Africans in the Colonies. Essential Questions What was the Middle Passage? How did the experience of slavery differ from colony to colony? What restrictions.
Slaves and Slavery in North America. The African Slave System Largest forced migration in history. At least 12 million African slaves brought to Americas,
First European conflict with American Indians First European conflict with American Indians Spain's Empire in North America Spain's Empire in North America.
Slave Trade Began In 15 th Century Portugal explored West Coast of Africa & purchased slaves. By % of Population of Lisbon were African slaves.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute November 7, 2014 Honors U.S. History Miss Martin.
Colonial Slavery. West Africa supplied majority of slaves to New World Only about 5% of enslaved Africans carried to British North America Initially a.
(I) Historical background a. Slavery has been practiced since the beginning of documented history. b. Slavery introduced by the Spanish into the West Indies.
Settling the South Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia.
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