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8-4.2 Analyze how sectionalism arose from racial tension, including Denmark Vesey plot, slave codes and the growth of the abolitionist movement. Key Vocabulary:. Sectionalism Ratify Emancipate Abolitionist Nat Turner Rebellion Denmark Vesey Plot “peculiar institution” Free states

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Key vocabulary

8-4.2 Analyze how sectionalism arose from racial tension, including Denmark Vesey plot, slave codes and the growth of the abolitionist movement.


Key vocabulary

Key Vocabulary:

  • Sectionalism

  • Ratify

  • Emancipate

  • Abolitionist

  • Nat Turner Rebellion

  • Denmark Vesey Plot

  • “peculiar institution”

  • Free states

  • Wage slaves

  • Underground Railroad

  • Sarah and Angelina Grimke

  • William Lloyd Garrison

  • The Liberator


Key concepts

Key Concepts:

  • Sectionalism intensified due to a black majority in the Southern states, resistance to the abolitionist movement, growth of the northern industrial economy and in politics, a larger northern population allowed for larger representation in Congress.


Key vocabulary

  • Denmark Vesey, a free black in Charleston, was accused of and executed for a planned revolt. The news of this revolt caused a great fear among whites and furthered tensions between the races.


Key vocabulary

  • Slave codes that had been developed following the Stono Rebellion during colonial times were strengthened to better protect white society.


Activities

Activities

  • Was Nat Turner a Hero or Mad Man?

  • Contains documents, timeline, and guided questions in which students will select facts to support their position.

  • http://sheg.stanford.edu/nat-turner

  • Sectionalism

  • Students will summarize text then complete the graphic organizer and map activity. Students will organize information in order to visualize how sectionalism affected the United States.

  • http://coachnicoletti.wikispaces.com/file/view/two_amer_emerge.pdf


Activities1

Activities

  • Should Vesey Receive a Memorial

  • -Contains newspaper article, Palmetto Special video, and examining other memorials Vesey needs a memorial

  • http://153.9.241.55/palmetto/Denmark_Vesey_8th.pdf

  • Slave Population and Sectionalism

  • Use the data to analyze how the slavery imbalance causes a rift within the U.S. Students must interpret text and support their rationale.

  • http://edsitement.neh.gov/sites/edsitement.neh.gov/files/worksheets/Text Document for Activity 2.pdf


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