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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
Part : 4,000 bales of cotton are produced 1849: 2, 246, 900 bales of cotton are produced 6 cents a lb. to 14 cents in 1857 Expanded into Arkansas.
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CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR. FOUR MAIN CAUSES 1. Slavery Moral v. Political issue 2. Constitutional Disputes Federal government v. states rights 3. Economic.
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Gaby Torres Group 2 English 2A. Main Idea It would take either a full-scale slave rebellion or a full-scale war to end such a deeply entrenched system.
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