Notes for Soc for 7

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Notes for Soc for 134 February 14, 2008 Lecture 7 Slavery Last Time Complex relations between Indians and Europeans Indian removal Act of 1830 Indian boarding schools Urban relocation Act Urban relocation program Current battles Today History of Slavery US Slavery Voyage Revolution Slave codes Civil war Aftermath History of Slavery Slavery is as old recorded human history o Ancient Greece Rome o India China (Mayas, Aztecs) o Indigenous Africans Slavery in Europe declined after the fall of Roman Empire But it rose again when the new world was colonized (racial/permanent) US Slavery Labor shortage Subsistence farming vs. cash crops for export Indentured servants American Indian enslaved 1 st Slave trade expanded 10-12 million African were brought to the American (mid1500’s-mid 1800’s) The Revolution The American Revolution challenged slavery Some slaves fought in the Revolution on both sides After independence was declared states north of VA abolished slavery small slave
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