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1 Slavery and The South: Chapter 17

2 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

3 Constitutional Convention, 1787 included the 3/5 Compromise

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5 Slave Importation banned in 1807

6 Missouri Compromise, 1820

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11 Stono Rebellion, Fist of over 250 Slave Rebellions in US History

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14 1793- Eli Whitney invents cotton Gin

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27 Missouri Compromise, 1820

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32 Denmark Vesey led Slave Revolt in Charleston, 1822 Thousands of blacks take up arms. 67 were convicted and 35 hanged.

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35 1831- Garrison publishes The Liberator

36 1832 South Carolina Nullification

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38 Elijah P. Lovejoy’s house and printing press detroyed by anti-slavery mob In Alton, Illinois……1837

39 Elijah P. Lovejoy Anti-slavery publisher Killed in Alton, Ill 1837

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49 Charleston Courrier, September 3, 1848

50 New Orleans Delta, July 3, 1849

51 New Orleans Picayune July 1, 1849

52 Knoxville (Tenn) Whig September 1, 1849

53 Georgia Journal & Messenger December 19, 1849


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