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Unit 2: African-Americans in the New Nation (1763-1861)

Unit 2: African-Americans in the New Nation (1763-1861)

Unit 2: African-Americans in the New Nation (1763-1861). Frederick Douglass: a former slave who escaped and became a fervent abolitionist in the north. Quick Review Questions Chapter 4: African Americans and the Struggle for Independence.

By Jims
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Life in the Cotton Kingdom

Life in the Cotton Kingdom

Life in the Cotton Kingdom. The Rise of Cotton in the South, The Domestic Slave Trade, and The Life of Slaves in the South. 1793-1861. The Expansion of Slavery. The invention of the cotton gin, by Eli Whitney, in 1793 paved the way for the expansion of cotton kingdoms in the South.

By nasya
(219 views)

XXX. Rural Communities

XXX. Rural Communities

A. Before the Civil War 60% of Americans farm B. As economy grows cash replaces bartering C. Transportation improvements have great effect 1. Decreases farmer's isolation 2. Before improvements in transportation specialization was limited

By ernst
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The Market Revolution and Sectional Economies

The Market Revolution and Sectional Economies

The Market Revolution and Sectional Economies. By Clay Finley. What You Should Learn From This PowerPoint. The Market Revolution changed America from a primarily subsistence and barter economy to an economy that relied on credit and long distance trade

By ami
(230 views)

The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. Chapter 16 Pages 506-547. North/Union. President – Lincoln Commander General of the Union General George B. McClellan General Ambrose E. Burnside General Joseph Hooker General Ulysses S. Grant. General George B. MCClellen. General Ulysses S. Grant. South/Confederacy.

By hila
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African Americans in the New Nation (1783-1820) Part I

African Americans in the New Nation (1783-1820) Part I

African Americans in the New Nation (1783-1820) Part I. Pro and Antislavery Forces and the Emergence of Free Black Communities. Following the Revolutionary War, a strong trend favoring emancipation developed in the North and Chesapeake regions.

By elaine
(320 views)

The crucible of war

The crucible of war

The crucible of war. American Studies I (Honors) Mr. Calella. Part I. “And the War came.”. Initial Issues for Both Leaders. Lincoln Secession before Oath of Office Worst of times and the chance for greatness Jefferson Davis Wanted to permanently establish Confederacy

By xanti
(101 views)

Chapter 8 Section 2

Chapter 8 Section 2

Chapter 8 Section 2. Do-Now. In your notes, complete the identifications for Chapter 8, Section 2 Pg 294 people and events to identify…put directly into your notes . Slavery splits up the political parties in the 1850s

By tom
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African Americans in the New Nation (1783-1820) Part I

African Americans in the New Nation (1783-1820) Part I

African Americans in the New Nation (1783-1820) Part I. Pro and Antislavery Forces and the Emergence of Free Black Communities. Following the Revolutionary War, a strong trend favoring emancipation developed in the North and Chesapeake regions.

By roana
(120 views)

Bell Work

Bell Work

Bell Work. Explain the details of the XYZ Affair. What were the Alien and Sedition Acts? This Day in History: April 11, 1803- French Foreign Minister Charles Talleyrand offers to sell the Louisiana territory to the U.S.

By denim
(158 views)

History of Slavery in America

History of Slavery in America

History of Slavery in America. 1619 —A Dutch slave trader dumped his cargo of slaves in the Jamestown settlement In exchange for food.

By aelan
(218 views)

Chapter 6 & 7 Review

Chapter 6 & 7 Review

Chapter 6 & 7 Review. Life in the Cotton Kingdom & Free Black People in Antebellum America. Key Terms & People. Cotton Gin: Device created by Eli Whitney to clean seeds out of cotton. Sped up cotton production as well as increasing the domestic slave trade and westward expansion.

By mason
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Slavery in the Antebellum South 1820 - 1860

Slavery in the Antebellum South 1820 - 1860

Slavery in the Antebellum South 1820 - 1860. What IS slavery ? How would YOU define “ slave ” - ???. I. What IS slavery ? How would YOU define “ slave ” - ???. In U.S. history, we understand SLAVE to mean …. A person who is the property of another person

By hyman
(130 views)

The Abolitionist Movement

The Abolitionist Movement

The Abolitionist Movement. Section 4. Early Opposition to Slavery. By 1830s Americans began to call for an immediate end to slavery in the South Pitted the North against the South. Gradualism. Many Americans opposed slavery from very early days of the Republic

By javan
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The Old South and Slavery, 1830-1860

The Old South and Slavery, 1830-1860

The Old South and Slavery, 1830-1860. Chapter 12. Cash Crops. Cotton is King The British Textile Industry The Cotton Gin The Removal of Indians. Cotton. Southern Climate Profit Margins Corn Production imports. The South. The Upper South The Lower South

By sarah
(422 views)

The Antebellum Presidents: Part 3

The Antebellum Presidents: Part 3

The Antebellum Presidents: Part 3. Election of 1856. Republicans nominated explorer John C. Fremont Democrats nominated career politician and moderate James Buchanan Know-Nothings nominated former president Millard Fillmore

By xanthe
(235 views)

Chapter 10 Section 5

Chapter 10 Section 5

Chapter 10 Section 5. A Nation Divided Against Itself. Border States. Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri Held moderate views on slavery. Lower South. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina Voted for John C Breckinridge for President in 1860

By madison
(215 views)

Characteristics of the Antebellum South

Characteristics of the Antebellum South

Unit 4: Jacksonian Democracy/The Young Nation Chapter 11: The Great Transformation – Growth & Expansion 1828-1848. Characteristics of the Antebellum South. Primarily agrarian Very slow development of industrialization Economic power shifted from the “upper south” to the “lower south”

By shiro
(164 views)

Semester Review

Semester Review

Semester Review. German settlers clashed with other Texans over the issue of A. empressario contracts. B. Land prices. C. slavery. D. town boundaries.

By keon
(121 views)

American History

American History

American History. Chapter 6.3 The Union Dissolves. Election of 1860. Democrats. Republicans. Republicans nominated Abraham Lincoln . He won NO Southern states, but he still won the election. The Northern Democrats supported Stephen Douglas and popular sovereignty .

By basil
(96 views)

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