Lessons for Slavery

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  • US Constitution of 1787 & Slavery - … bloodiest war to resolve the crisis [of slavery]. ~ Joseph Ellis, author of Founding Brothers Slavery was not ended until after the Civil … entitlement to revoke the slavery clause. On the other hand, removing slavery is not like removing the British. Slavery is woven into the … some in the late 1700 s that slavery would eventually be ended, over time. Slavery could be tolerated in the short run …
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  • Slavery in the North - … Media Resources Slavery in the North Video Mumbet Video After Slavery Video Materials For each student: States of Slavery Chart States of Slavery Student Organizer For the class: States of Slavery Student … number of slaves that existed. How slavery was abolished. When slavery was abolished. Additional details about slavery in that state. Ask students to …
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  • Slavery in the North - … Media Resources Slavery in the North Video Mumbet Video After Slavery Video Materials For each student: States of Slavery Chart States of Slavery Student Organizer For the class: States of Slavery Student … number of slaves that existed. How slavery was abolished. When slavery was abolished. Additional details about slavery in that state. Ask students to …
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  • Revealing Untold Stories - … and why different sources on slavery present information differently. Resources / Materials: -paper -pens/ pencils -copies of "Slavery's Truths (and Tales) Come … resources might present information differently, focusing specifically on slavery. 2. Read and discuss "Slavery's Truths (and Tales) Come Flocking Home," focusing … why different sources on slavery present information differently. Further Questions for Discussion: - How do you define "slavery"? - Where does slavery still exist, and …
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  • Popular Sovereignty and the Lecompton Constitution - … used to discuss slavery in the constitution. They had two choices-the constitution with slavery or the constitution without slavery. Voters were ONLY … , not whether slavery would be allowed or prohibited in Kansas. Voting for the constitution "with slavery" was a vote for slavery to continue freely in Kansas. A vote for the constitution "without slavery" limited the practice of slavery in …
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  • U.S. History Abolition - … the circumstances of his escape from slavery? 2. How does Douglass justify his escape from slavery? How does religion figure into his … each abolitionist motivated to speak out against slavery? 3. How did each person define “slavery” and “freedom”? Review the differences between Douglass … the abolition of slavery, it will be because they are indifferent to slavery, or because there is but little slavery left to be …
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  • Slavery in My World? An Exploration Unit for High School Juniors - … on slavery in that country. • investigate how these tracks influence the perpetuation of slavery in this country. • offer suggestions as to how slavery … not exist? 3. Where might slavery exist? 4. What kinds of slavery might exist? 5. Why would slavery exist in the world today? 6. Who would be responsible for slavery’s existence …
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  • Lesson P - The Abolitionist Movement - … own anti-slavery broadside. Materials: 1) Lesson P, Delaware Public Archives, Anti-Slavery Broadside 2) Lesson P, Delaware Public Archives, Anti-Slavery Petition … take any action against slavery. Note that all the Southern Representatives voted not to interfere in the slavery issue in the District … leaders continually petitioned the Delaware General Assembly to abolish slavery. Another anti-slavery religious group beginning to flourish in Delaware were the …
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  • Civil War: Lesson Plans: Slavery and the Legal Status of Free Blacks - … were competing interests: those that wanted slavery as indentured servitude continued and those that opposed slavery, even as indentured servitude. Since the … could have been used by people trying to justify slavery? To oppose slavery? Write the list on the board. Introduce the ideas … 3rd paradox, where he is not talking about slavery as an institution, but rather slavery in the guise of property rights. Bond …
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  • Stateside Slavery - … speech on slavery by reading and discussing "Slavery's Past, Paved Over or Forgotten." 3. Research and compile information regarding slavery on the … Douglass. How did their life work propel anti-slavery sentiments? - How and when was slavery abolished in North America (include references to … laws that protected the institution of slavery before it was abolished? - When and how did slavery end in North America? Evaluation / Assessment …
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