History 202 - VoF Chap. 15

History 202 - VoF Chap. 15 - HST 202 Assignment January 5...

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1/6/06 HST 202 Assignment – January 5 Voices of Freedom – Chapter 15 #69 1. Black leaders believed it was essential to own land because freedom to them, as defined by Frazier, was “placing [them] where we could reap the fruit of [their] own labor, and take care of [them selves].” (pg. 3) So leaders figured the best way to accomplish this was “to have land, and turn it and till it by our own labor.” (pg. 3) 2. Of course, blacks believed that they should be freed and not held as slaves to work in the field for lazy white folks. If I’m understanding this question right, they thought their relationship to their national government was well enough that they should be able to take care of them selves, by them selves, in the matter of “assisting the government in maintaining their freedom.” (pg. 7) #70 1. Very important because it is land that was promised to them after the war was over. 2.
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