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Afam 101 Midterm ReviewJuly 6

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Afam 101 Midterm Review July 6, 2007 - Declaration of Independence never uses the word slavery - It’s not proslavery either - There is nothing that is explicitly antislavery in the constitution - Is there anything proslavery? Well it doesn’t even use the word slavery - Know how the institution of slavery was made, where it was, when it was, what started it - How was slavery different in different parts of the new world - How was Brazil different from North America? - How did the Spanish and the French operate different from the English? - Chapter 3 and 4- How did slavery differ in the Anglo-colonies - How was Georgia different from Virginia? South Carolina? - How were they used? How they survived? - Know how and why we had these differences? Economy, who was in charge, ratios of blacks to whites, religion - In the Latin/Caribbean colonies there are less men since women were more needed for reproduction - We wanted breeding in N. America and slaves were more valuable than what they were producing, it was vice-versa in the Caribbean
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