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Slavery and The South: Chapter 17
Important slavery facts, dates 1619 Barbados Slave Code, Bacon’s Rebellion (1676) % NW Ord, Const Denmark Vesey, Liberia British Abolish slavery in the Empire 1831 (2 items) mail Gag Order 1837 Jefferson’s Quotes
Constitutional Convention, 1787 included the 3/5 Compromise
Slave Importation banned in 1807
Missouri Compromise, 1820
Stono Rebellion, Fist of over 250 Slave Rebellions in US History
1793- Eli Whitney invents cotton Gin
Missouri Compromise, 1820
Denmark Vesey led Slave Revolt in Charleston, 1822 Thousands of blacks take up arms. 67 were convicted and 35 hanged.
1831- Garrison publishes The Liberator
1832 South Carolina Nullification
Elijah P. Lovejoy’s house and printing press detroyed by anti-slavery mob In Alton, Illinois……1837
Elijah P. Lovejoy Anti-slavery publisher Killed in Alton, Ill 1837
Charleston Courrier, September 3, 1848
New Orleans Delta, July 3, 1849
New Orleans Picayune July 1, 1849
Knoxville (Tenn) Whig September 1, 1849
Georgia Journal & Messenger December 19, 1849
The Road to Civil War ( ) I’ll provide the information, you provide the visuals.
Causes of the Civil War and Antebellum America Jon Hale College of Charleston.
Sectionalism Standard Indicator What is sectionalism? A: Restriction of interest to a narrow sphere; undue concern with local interests or petty.
Reshaping America in the Early 1800s 6.5 The Abolition Movement.
Sectionalism, States Rights, and Democracy Chapter 11.
Created by: Cam Giometti, Zhaoliang Ma, Nick Songer, Kellan Stout.
Slavery in the United States. Learning Targets I can trace the development of the slave system in the United States. I can evaluate resistance and opposition.
Reduced number of slaves needed to separate seeds from the cotton Increased the number of slaves needed to be in the fields to keep up with the.
Slavery to Abolition. Black People in Virginia 1619 first African in Virginia black indentured servants in VA, working with white indentured.
The American Civil War: Its Causes, Battles, and Reconstruction.
Section 2 Study Guide Plantations and Slavery By: Mike, Marlow and Rachel.
The Civil War 9.1 (Explore #1)Plantations - - A large tract of land that produced staple crops such as sugar, coffee, and tobacco; was farmed by slave.
Antebellum Slavery. The Roots of Slavery Slavery was introduced in North America from the Carribean. First “Africans” arrive in 1619 in Jamestown, Va.
THE SOUTH AND THE SLAVERY CONTROVERSY The Cotton Gin Late 18 th century – slavery dying out Overused land, Prices falling, Unmarketable.
AP Chapter 12. King Cotton and Southern Expansion Cotton gin Cotton gin Black belt Black belt Alabama fever Alabama fever Indian Removal Indian Removal.
Events Leading To the Civil War. Missouri Compromise The Louisiana Purchase was made in Before this purchase there were 22 states: 11 free states.
The South and Slavery AP CHAPTER 10. COTTON AND EXPANSION IN THE OLD SOUTHWEST The South was the ideal place to grow cotton Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin made.
Antislavery African American History: Ms. Bauer.
Jeopardy The Game of Knowledge The Road to War AbolitionistsSectionalismVarious Events Leading to War 100.
Sectionalism Analyze how sectionalism arose from racial tension, including the Denmark Vesey plot, slave codes and the growth of the abolitionist.
Chapter 8 section 2 “Slavery and Abolition”…. Abolition ….the call to outlaw slavery William Lloyd Garrison: Newspaper called the LIBERATOR SLAVES SHOULD.
Missouri CompromiseMissouri Compromise -Passed in 1920 -Banned slavery from newly acquired territory from the Louisiana Purchase above the 36˚ 30˚
Brief History of Slavery in America First 20 Negroes brought to Jamestown Virginia from West Africa Originally as indentured servants By 1775 there.
MR. LIPMAN’S APUS POWER POINT CHAPTER 16 THE SLAVERY ISSUE.
World’s Apart EQ: What caused tensions between the North and South?
The Land of Cotton & Sectionalism Goal 2.3 & 2.1.
The South and the Slavery Controversy & Manifest Destiny and Its Legacy Chapters 16 & 17.
Chapter 14 The Age of Reform. It was designed for reading out loud. DFS Transparenc y 14-1 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display.
New Abolishonists Many people wanted to see the end to slavery in the North and South. Gradualism – Slavery ends over a period of time…not immediately.
The issue of slavery. “Necessary Evil” Slave Codes Gave owners full control over life –Marriage –Travel –Education (illegal to read) –“Rights”
Much like tobacco of colonial days, cotton was a large cash crop that ruined land Economic spiral -> more slaves -> more land -> more slaves, etc.
Section 2: The Antislavery Movement. South banned antislavery publications & made it illegal to teach slaves how to read.
Causes of the Civil War and the Cold War Jon Hale College of Charleston.
Chapter 16 The South and the Slave Controversy The Cotton Kingdom The Peculiar Institution.
By: Kristina Rivera, Austin Caufield, Lauren Lattizori, Alexandria Rubbo, Anna Hester.
CHAPTER 8 MARKET REVOLUTION Section 3 The Southern Section.
The Rules No talking when it is the other teams turn- points will be deducted No Notes or any kind of cheating!!-this will result in disqualification.
A HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE NEW WORLD. Slavery Timeline Portuguese negotiate the first slave trade for gold and ivory 1503 – Spanish and Portuguese.
Timeline…Chronology Whitney’s cotton gin transforms southern economy Gabriel slave rebellion in Virginia Congress outlaws slave trade.
Early 19 th Century: American Culture & Identity (1790 – 1820)
King Cotton Notes. ____________________ invention of the Cotton Gin helps to _________________ cotton production.
Why do so many people dislike immigrants?. German Immigrants The Germans were the second largest group to come to America in the mid 1800’s – Escaping.
Chapter 15: Pp Allowed Maine to join the Union as a free state and Missouri to join as a slave state Banned slavery north of 36 30’ N latitude.
World Class Education Topic 4 Slavery and the Sectional Crisis Topic 4 Slavery and the Sectional Crisis 1.
SSUSH8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north-south divisions and westward expansion. a.Explain how slavery became a significant.
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,
Chapter 11/ 12 The North & the South. invented the cotton gin, a device that separated cotton fibers from the seeds invented the cotton gin, a device.
The Rise of Nationalism Chapter 10. Nationalism After the United States became a constitutional nation, Americans were very proud of their new country.
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