Part I: Define/Describe and give the significance of the following terms/individuals to American History: 8 points each: 1. American Colonization Society- Group established in 1817 that supported the relocation of Freed African Americans to the Africa colony of Monrovia, now called Liberia. 2. Patroller- were people who were chosen by militia captains, court judges, or city leaders to bring order among the slaves. 3. "down the river"- Slaves being sold by the river and being transported further south to other plantations. 4. Brer Rabbit- Br’er Rabbit stories showed how a small, apparently defenseless animal could outwit a bigger and stronger one through cunning and deceit. 5. Underground Railroad- an informal network of sympathetic free blacks (and a few whites) who helped fugitives make their way north. Citations Brands, H. W.; Breen, T. H.; Williams, R. Hal., & Gross, A. J. (2015). American Stories: A History of the United States, (3 rd ed., Vol. 1). Boston: Pearson. Pages 250-258 Gandhi, L. (2014, January 27). What Does 'Sold Down The River' Really Mean? The Answer Isn't Pretty. Retrieved April 23, 2017, from 1504/what-does-sold-down-the-river-really-mean-the- answer-isnt-pretty Part II: Answer the following questions: 10 points each
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