psa7 - Lesson 7 Chapter 13 Look at these two forms of slave...

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-1 Lesson 7 Chapter 13 Look at these two forms of slave resistance. What does your book say were the consequences of Turner's revolt? Why were there so few revolts like this one? Due to Nat Turner’s revolt, 57 whites lost their lives, and White Southerners treated runaways almost as brutally as rebels, although they posed no real threat to whites. Nat Turner along with other slaves were hung. There were so few revolts like this one because the consequences of the slaves’ actions were so great. Death is the ultimate consequence for doing something wrong, and it is easy to see why many slaves did not want to see that fate for rebelling against the system. What were other types of slave resistance besides running away? Besides running away, a type of slave resistance was the slaves joining together to create an uprising and overthrow the rule of the white people. Another type of slave resistance was for the slaves to basically go on a strike and refuse to do the work. In the process of
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2008 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Vanhouten during the Spring '08 term at Central Texas College.

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psa7 - Lesson 7 Chapter 13 Look at these two forms of slave...

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