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1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Vocabulary Key Terms 4 Levels Of Social Pyramid Triangular Trade Interpreting Quotes Explain their meaning 5 pt

2 A large piece of land where all of the natives living there are ruled by and forced to work for, a wealthy Spaniard

3 What is an encomienda?

4 A sudden change in political organization, or an overthrow of a government

5 What is a revolution? For instance, slaves from Haiti banded together and fought against the French land owners in a revolution that earned them their independence from the Mother Country. Toussaint L‘Ouverture led the slaves in the Haitian revolution, but did not live to see their freedom

6 A person granted complete authority or power over the people of his/her country

7 What is a dictator? Fidel Castro Papa DocManuel Noriega

8 The unfair violation of someone’s rights

9 What is an injustice?

10 An economic system designed to increase the mother country’s wealth. Spain received gold from Mexico because of this system

11 What is mercantilism?

12 Mixed Spanish and Native American ancestry Bonus! Double the Point Value by placing this group on a 4 tier Social Pyramid.

13 What is a Mestizo?. Bonus answer: Peninsulare Creole Mestizo Native American Mulatto Slave

14 KEY TERM: Haitian slaves banded together with a revolution for their independence after hundreds of years of unjust, inhumane violation of their rights,

15 What is injustice?

16 Bonus! Double the point value by placing this group on the 4 tier Social Pyramid People of Spanish heritage who were born in the New World.

17 What is a creole? Bonus answer: Peninsulare Creole Mestizo Native American Slave Mulatto

18 A large piece of land where all of the natives living there are ruled by and forced to work for, a wealthy Spaniard

19 What is an encomienda?

20 The person responsible for controlling colonies in the New World for the Spanish King.

21 Who was the Viceroy?

22 One reason it is possible to move up in today’s social class in modern day America

23 What is America’s class system is based on monetary worth of an individual, not his/her heritage?

24 People of pure Spanish heritage who were born in Spain are members of this elite social class. Bonus! Double the Point Value by placing this group on a 4 tier Social Pyramid.

25 What is a Peninuslare?. Bonus answer: Peninsulare Creole Mestizo Mulatto Native AmericanSlave

26 People of mixed Spanish and African Ancestry Bonus! Double the Point Value by placing this group on a 4 tier Social Pyramid.

27 What is a Mulatto?. Bonus answer: Peninsulare Creole Mestizo Native American Mulatto Slave

28 One reason it was possible to move up in Spanish Social Class

29 What is being the child of someone who married into a higher class?

30 Peninsulare ___________________ Creole __________________________ Slave Mulatto _________________________________ Native American Mestizo True/False The order displayed on this Pyramid is accurate

31 t What is False? Peninsulare ___________________ Creole __________________________ Mestizo Mulatto _________________________________ Native American Slave

32 Items sent from the Americas to Europe during the Triangular Trade

33 What are cash crops? Sugar, rum, coffee, tobacco, cotton, rice… t

34 Based on the following quote, choose the person responsible for selling Africans to the Middle Passage: “…I found some black people about me…who brought me on board…receiving their pay” A.The Dutch B. The Spanish C. Ship Owners D. African Slave Traders

35 Who were African slave traders?

36 The Triangular Trade was successful because of this leg of the journey.

37 X What was the slave trade or Middle Passage?

38 Items sent from the Europe to Africa during the Triangular Trade

39 What are manufactured goods like weapons, machined parts and textile items?

40 True/False The Triangular Trade would have been successful without the Slave Trade leg of the journey.

41 What is False? Without the slaves, the Triangular Trade would NOT have been successful.

42 Explain what President Lincoln meant by this: “Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally.” President Lincoln and Sojourner Truth

43 If you think slavery is just and fair, try it for a week and experience the hardships it entails.

44 Explain what Frederick Douglass meant by this: “No man can put a chain about the ankle of his fellow man without at last finding the other end fastened about his own neck.”

45 Just as a chain is as strong as its weakest link, so is a society which claims to be free. We are not a democratic, free society if any of our citizens are enslaved. erfe

46 Explain what Harriet Tubman meant by this: “I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.”

47 Many former slaves from birth, knew no other life and did not realize that being held a slave was wrong.

48 Explain what Booker T. Washington meant by this: “Great men cultivate love and only little men cherish a spirit of hatred; assistance given to the weak makes the one who gives it strong; oppression of the unfortunate makes one weak.”

49 People of worth help others for no reward of their own. They do it, because it is right. People of low character find it necessary to keep others down, put them down, cause them to suffer in an inhumane way that is unjust.

50 Explain what Edmund Burke, Irish Philosopher, meant by this: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing.”

51 Slavery continued since people not affected by it, ignored its evils and the atrocities it inflicted on those who did nothing wrong but be born into it.


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