Lessons for Slavery

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  • Slavery in the Antebellum south - … ) History of Slavery in America (with lesson plans) from Cal State Northridge Images of Slavery drawn by Thomas Nast Slavery in the United … the industrial North, began to feel ashamed by slavery and felt dependence on slavery was holding the country back. These sentiments were … the pro-slavery and anti-slavery elements in American society would lead to the coming of the Civil War, and slavery was finally …
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  • Abolishing Slavery - … the constitution s support of slavery by supporting what was to become the Thirteenth Amendment that abolished slavery altogether. The freedom of … . Background for Middle School Extension Slavery was a cruel and harsh institution. Enslaved people resisted slavery in a variety of ways. One … (wrote a famous appeal against slavery) William Garrison (anti-slavery newspaper "The Liberator") The Grimke Sisters (gave anti-slavery speeches) Frederick Douglass (wrote …
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  • Slavery in the United States - … used in support of slavery. Early on, no real action was taken by the North to stop slavery. In the long run … differences in opinion between the Northern and Southern approaches to slavery. Vocabulary fugitive compromise ruffian Primary Source Readings "Black Slaves on … details surrounding the conflict over slavery between the North and the South. compare views held on slavery in the 19th century. Vocabulary …
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  • A Nation Divides - … (See Stage 1 prepared envelope. ) Then, take a vote: Slavery or Abolish Slavery? Note, cards will not match numbers of students, so … the Underground Railroad. Northern side has strong negative sentiments towards slavery, while Southern side is trying to justify it. Time travel … (See Stage 1 prepared envelope. ) Then, take a vote: Slavery or Abolish Slavery? Note, cards will not match numbers of students, so …
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  • Against All Odds: The African American Founding of Princeville, NC - … and made the abolition of slavery permanent] Summarize the Thirteenth Amendment in your own words. (Prohibits slavery and involuntary servitude except when … ://database.civics.unc.edu/ 4 From Slavery to Freedom Hill 7. Explain to students that as slavery ended in 1865, freedmen here … been monumental. Examples of student answers may include: Accomplishments Surviving slavery Remaining in NC rather than moving North Settling Freedom Hill …
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  • Missing Pieces of the Puzzle: African Americans in Revolutionary Times - … , Constitutional Convention, Bill of Rights, development of political parties, nullification, slavery, states rights, Civil War) AH1.H.4.2 - Analyze the … rights, First Great Awakening, Declaration of Independence, transcendentalism, suffrage, abolition, slavery as a peculiar institution , etc Materials African Americans in Revolutionary … Notes Slavery in the Colonies What do you already know about slavery during colonial times? A Parallel Struggle for Freedom When considering slavery
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  • To Secede or Not to Secede: Events Leading to the Civil War - … of economic, political, social, and military conflicts (e.g. war, slavery, states rights and citizenship and immigration policies) on the development … , and Northern states more interested in limiting the spread of slavery. The argument was ongoing, with Congress constantly making official compromises … of the legality of slavery in their specific state. This was part of the Compromise of 1850. Slavery was a cruel and …
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  • To Secede or Not to Secede: Events Leading to the Civil War - … , and Northern states more interested in limiting the spread of slavery. The argument was ongoing, with Congress constantly making official compromises … Continental Congress, this ordinance created the Northwest Territory and banned slavery north and west of the Ohio River. Few Southerners protested … of the legality of slavery in their specific state. This was part of the Compromise of 1850. Slavery was a cruel and …
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  • 1.5 Levi Coffin and the Underground Railroad - … mountains. Beginning in the 1770s, northern states abolished slavery, and by the 1830s, slavery was illegal throughout the North and in the … . Men and women who opposed slavery formed societies to raise public awareness of the brutalities of slavery, publishing newspapers and pamphlets, making … Society of Friends (Quakers), who opposed slavery. As a child, Coffin was taught that slavery was wrong, and because he lived in …
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  • Lesson 3: A Southern Perspective Before the Civil War - … between the two regions? * What rights does slavery take away from people? * How does slavery violate the Bill of Rights? Assessment: At … potential money that a Southerner could have made with slavery and without slavery. * T will start the exercise by having the students … Southerners coming up with excuses on why slavery was ok - we would be broke without slavery, slavery helps people that otherwise wouldn't …
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