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Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters

Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters

Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters. Over 250,000 free slaves by 1860 Types of Slaves: Mulattoes – children of white plantation masters and black mistresses Slaves who purchased their own freedom . Most free blacks considered “third race” Forbidden from testifying against whites in court

By marlis
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A New Nation 1789-1800

A New Nation 1789-1800

A New Nation 1789-1800. Brought about a new Constitution Moving forward: The task ahead of Washington and Congress was to build a government around the ideas of the Constitution. Philadelphia Convention. Establish federal laws, courts, & law enforcement officers

By takara
(115 views)

War of 1812

War of 1812

War of 1812. US Ch 4 Sec 4. The Presidential Election of 1808 . Republican Party: James Madison VS Federalists: Charles Pinckney Madison 4 th President. 4 Major Causes of the War of 1812. British intercepting US ships trading with France British impressments of American Sailor

By miracle
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Reconstruction in the South

Reconstruction in the South

Reconstruction in the South. Reconstruction of the South; 13 th , 14 th , & 15 th Amendments; Freedman’s Bureau; Black Legislators; Rise of the KKK; Tenant Farming & Sharecropping. . Two Plans for Reconstruction. Presidential Plan Amnesty for all Southerners

By baby
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Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. Reconstruction. 1865-1877 Very complicated period of time during which the US: Began to rebuild after Civil War Readmitted southern states Lots of disagreement on process. Lincoln’s plans. Intended to be lenient to southerners & southern states

By armand
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Political Parties In the United States

Political Parties In the United States

Political Parties In the United States. Political Parties. The alternating of power and influence between two major parties is one of the most important elements in American politics. Without competition, there would be no choice…without choice, there is no democracy.

By dalia
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Background Information on the Puritans

Background Information on the Puritans

Background Information on the Puritans. Who were the Puritans?. From England Struggled for years to purify the Church of England. Influences. Martin Luther- (German Catholic priest and professor) believed men are inherently evil and essentially evil and God is all-powerful

By maia
(77 views)

The Crisis Deepens

The Crisis Deepens

The Crisis Deepens. Chapter 10 Section 3. Birth of the Republican Party. Kansas-Nebraska Act -> replaced Missouri Compromise Had major effect on Democratic and Whig parties Whip Party-> Southern=pro-slavery and Northern=antislavery

By magar
(148 views)

Colonial America

Colonial America

Colonial America. Commonalities, Conflicts and Commerce in Early America . English Takeover. PROBLEM Dutch settlers in the middle c olonies were geographically divisive to New England and the Southern English colonies SOLUTION A not so hostile takeover

By lecea
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Ch.12 Rebuilding The Nation

Ch.12 Rebuilding The Nation

Ch.12 Rebuilding The Nation. Page 420 Amnesty Freedman John Wilkes Booth . Preparing for Reunion. The Civil War is now over, what problems faced the nation? The South lay in ruin from the war A large amount of freed slaves need food, shelter, jobs. What is Reconstruction?.

By mayes
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The Southern Planters

The Southern Planters

The Southern Planters. Also know as the Cavaliers Lived in the south (Virginia) Supporters of the King Owned huge territories maintained by slave labor Enjoyed literature, music, art, politics, and the world of nature. Satire.

By field
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CHAPTER 8

CHAPTER 8

CHAPTER 8. THE GILDED AGE. POLITICS IN THE GILDED AGE. Term Gilded Age was coined by Mark Twain to describe the post reconstruction era. Gilded means covered with gold. Gilded Age suggests a layer of prosperity covering the corruption and poverty of much of society.

By stacie
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Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson. A PowerPoint Biography. Target. I can identify what type of person Andrew Jackson was and the impact that he had on America during his Presidency. Warm-Up. Write down one word that you would use to describe the boy below:

By evonne
(489 views)

Jackson's Native-American Policy

Jackson's Native-American Policy

Jackson's Native-American Policy. Indian Removal. Jackson’s Goal? Expansion into the southwest for southern planters 1830: Indian Removal Act 5 Civilized Tribes: (forced removal) Cherokee Creek Choctaw Chickasaw Seminole Cherokee Nation v. GA (1831) “domestic dependent nation”

By landon
(159 views)

AGRICULTURAL CHANGES IN THE SOUTH (1790–1860)

AGRICULTURAL CHANGES IN THE SOUTH (1790–1860)

Chapter 14. AGRICULTURAL CHANGES IN THE SOUTH (1790–1860). Section 1: The Growth of Cotton Section 2: The Southern Economy Section 3: Southern Society Section 4: The Slave System. Section 1: The Growth of Cotton. OBJECTIVES.

By yule
(234 views)

Chapter 14 Review

Chapter 14 Review

Chapter 14 Review. A term used to describe the refusal to work as a protest against specific conditions. Strike. A term that describes an organization of workers. Trade union. A term used to describe a severe shortage of food. Famine.

By valiant
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Chapter 12 Sections 3 and 4

Chapter 12 Sections 3 and 4

Chapter 12 Sections 3 and 4. The New South and the End of Reconstruction. Why did planters have trouble finding people to work for them?. The work too closely resembled slavery. Sharecropping. A family would farm some portion of a planter’s land. Sharecropping. Harsh life

By keely-doyle
(124 views)

Puritanism

Puritanism

Puritanism. Living in the New Land. A small group of Europeans sailed from England in 1620 on the ship Mayflower. They were religious reformers. Who were these Puritans?. They were critical of. The Church of England. They had given up hope of “purifying”

By kylynn-meadows
(106 views)

CHAPTER 14, Section 3: Cotton Kingdom in the South

CHAPTER 14, Section 3: Cotton Kingdom in the South

CHAPTER 14, Section 3: Cotton Kingdom in the South. Do you have any clothes made out of cotton?. Why do you think it is such a popular fabric for clothes?. What impact did cotton have on the United States?. Make a Prediction…

By malik-rojas
(342 views)

The Origins of the New South

The Origins of the New South

The Origins of the New South. 13.1- Reconfiguration of southern agriculture: sharecropping and crop-lien system 13.2- Expansion of manufacturing and industrialization 13.3- The politics of segregation: Jim Crow and disfranchisement. Land Wanted .

By rafaelv
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