CHAPTER 4 POLITICS, SLAVERY, & ANTEBELLUM SOCIETY. MISSISSIPPI STUDIES. Politics plays an important role in history. It makes people take sides, causes divisions within society, and also raises the issues that concerns people.
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POLITICS, SLAVERY, & ANTEBELLUM SOCIETY
Why was the state capital moved to Jackson? were considered religious people.
What provisions of the Constitution of 1832 showed the impact of Jacksonian democracy?
What powers did the county board of police have?SECTION 1 QUESTIONS – PG 80
Was the federal government of the state government responsible for relations with the Native Americans?
Name the five treaties by which the Choctaw and Chickasaw ceded their Mississippi land to the federal government.
Why was the removal of Native Americans westward called the Trail of Tears?SECTION 2 QUESTIONS – PG 85
What were some of the important provisions of the Black Code issued by the French in 1724?
What types of jobs did slaves do on farms and plantations?
Who was the most prominent free black in antebellum Mississippi?SECTION 3 QUESTIONS – PG 92
What was the importance of Specie Circular?
How did railroads both help and hurt the economy of Vicksburg?
What were the two largest religious denominations in MS in the antebellum period?SECTION 4 QUESTIONS – PG 98