US History: Slavery, Freedom, and The Crisis of Union. Questions to consider. 1. How did slavery shape the economic and social relations in the Old South? 2. What were the conditions in which slaves lived and worked?
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Take no more than the next 15 minutes to answer the following four multiple choice questions and two short answer using the key terms from lecture.Comprehension Check
1. In the Old South, the percentage of white families that owned slaves was approximately
2. Which of the following was not a central theme of planter ideology?
3. Cotton was “King” during the first half of the nineteenth century. Three-fourths of the world’s supply came from the United States, and textile manufacturers in New England, Great Britain, France, and Russia depended on the American cotton supply. Define “textile”:
4. Slaves made up a significant portion of the Old South’s