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Name: ____________________________________________________________________ APUSH Review: Video #26: Antislavery Efforts And The Expansion Of Slavery (Key Concept 4.3, II, A-B) Expansion Of Slavery Overcultivation of land due to cotton made many plantation owners look west of the __________________________________________ Deep South - “Cotton Belt” - MS, AL, LA As these plantation owners moved west, so did the institution of __________________________ Early Antislavery Efforts Throughout most of early American history, abolitionists consisted of a small portion of the population 18h-century: _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ Colonization Prior to 1830, many politicians supported colonization efforts of former slaves in ____________________ Henry Clay, John Marshall, Daniel Webster 1816 - American Colonization Society was founded Called for the ________________________________________________ and movement of blacks to Africa _____________________ was established on the West Coast of Africa Antislavery Efforts As the 19th century went on, antislavery efforts increased in the North David Walker: Creator of An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World Critic of _______________________________________ Used the _______________ and Declaration of
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  • Spring '18
  • Slavery in the United States, William Lloyd Garrison, Abolitionism, American Colonization Society, Theodore Weld, antislavery efforts

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