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1 A. Drawing Conclusions What effect did the self-sufficiency of Southern plantations have on the growth of cities in the South? Large cities were rare in the South Chapter 4 Section 3 The Southern Colonies: Plantations & Slavery Wbk. p. 11 B. Recognizing Causes and Effects Fill out the cause-and-effect diagram to analyze the growth of slavery and the influence of the planter class in the South. 1. The Turn to Slavery Causes Effects

2 B. Recognizing Causes and Effects Fill out the cause-and-effect diagram to analyze the growth of slavery and the influence of the planter class in the South. 1. The Turn to Slavery Labor need for Plantations Trouble keeping indentured servants or N.A. as workers Causes Effects Population of slaves grew quickly Plantation farming expanded 2. The Planter Class Causes Effects

3 B. Recognizing Causes and Effects Fill out the cause-and-effect diagram to analyze the growth of slavery and the influence of the planter class in the South. 1. The Turn to Slavery Labor need for Plantations Trouble keeping indentured servants or N.A. as workers Causes Effects Population of slaves grew quickly Plantation farming expanded 2. The Planter Class Causes Effects Planters became wealthier Small landowners sold land, moved W Planters had political & economic power

4 C. Summarizing Use the chart to give examples of how enslaved Africans maintained many traditional customs and resisted slavery. Life Under Slavery Resistance to Slavery Kept customs- music, dances, stories Religion- including Islam Kinship customs, family culture

5 C. Summarizing Use the chart to give examples of how enslaved Africans maintained many traditional customs and resisted slavery. Life Under Slavery Resistance to Slavery Kept customs- music, dances, stories Religion- including Islam Kinship customs, family culture Worked slowly or damaged goods Carried out orders the wrong way, pretended not to understand jobs Rebelled Stono


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