computer notes for chapter 11

computer notes for chapter 11 - Chapter 11 Pretest 1 In the...

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Chapter 11 Pretest 1. In the South, dependence on cotton meant dependence on: slave labor. 2. The “black belt” of the south refers to those parts of western Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi that: had unusually fertile soils. 3. During and after the Revolution, South Carolina and Georgia banned or seriously restricted importation of slaves from Africa and elsewhere outside the United States. False 4. Of the twelve million people who lived in the South around 1860, how many were slaves? Four million 5. A relatively small portion of enslaved African Americans lived on plantations with twenty or more slaves. False 6. Slaves were often encouraged to forage and hunt for food to supplement their diets. True 7. African Americans were sustained during slavery by the bonds they developed with other African Americans. True 8. An essential function performed by African American families was: providing a supportive, protective kinship network. 9. Slave families were characterized by: common separations. 10. Merchants, bankers, factors, and lawyers compromised the commercial middle class in the South. True 11. All of the following were characteristics of southern cities except:
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Fall '07 term at Texas A&M.

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