Austin Aguirre4-11-1911am-11:50am2African American History 2381-1 (Section One Only)Take Home Test No.4April 10, 2019Gregory L. Bosworth, Ph.D.Answer the following: Must be typed!! If not, it’s an automatic ZERO!!1.Define the Domestic Slave Trade.Domestic slave trade- the Second Middle Passage and the interregionalslave trade, was the term for thedomestic tradeofslaves within the United States that reallocatedslaves across statesduring the antebellum period.2.Define the Transatlantic Slave Trade.Transatlantic slave trade-involved the transportation byslave tradersof enslavedAfricanpeople, to the Americas. Theslave traderegularly used thetriangular trade route and its Middle Passage and existed from the 16th to the 19th centuries.3.Who was Harriet Tubman?Harriet Tubman- an escaped slave who became a leader on the Underground Railroad, leading slaves to freedom before the Civil War, all while carrying a bounty on her head. But she was also a nurse, a Union spy and a women’s suffrage supporter. Tubman is one of the most recognized icons in American history and her legacy has inspired countless people from every race and background.4.Who was Fredrick Douglass?Frederick Douglass- would continue to give speechesforthe rest of his life and would become a leading spokespersonforthe abolition of slavery andforracial equality. The son of a slave woman and an unknown white man, "Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey" was born in February of 1818 on Maryland's eastern shore.5.Who was Denmark Vesey? Denmark Vesey- born c. 1767, died July 2, 1822, Charleston, S.C., U.S., self-educated black who planned the most extensive slave revolt in U.S. history.6.Who was Nat Turner? Nat Turner- Born on October 2, 1800 – Died November 11, 1831 was anAfrican-Americanslave who led a two-day rebellion of slaves and free blacks.in Southampton County,
Virginia, beginning August 21, 1831. The rebellion caused the death of 60 white men, women and children.