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Name ____________________________ APUSH (Unit 5) Date ________________ Pd ________ Sectionalism and Slavery: Change-Over-Time Analysis Event Date Effect on Sectionalism in America (Consider the North, South, and/or the West) 1 st importation of African slaves into America via Jamestown. VA 1619 . A letters of marque legally permitted the White Lion to sail as a privateer attacking any Spanish or Portuguese ships it encountered. The 20 and odd Africans were captives removed from the Portuguese slave ship, San Juan Bautista, following an encounter the ship had with the White Lion and her consort, the Treasurer, another English ship, while attempting to deliver its African prisoners to Mexico. Slaves replaced indentured servants as the primary colonial labor system 1660 Slavery was recognized in the statutory law of the colony Introduction of the Barbadian Slave Code to South Carolina 1696 Separate courts for the trial of slaves charged with a capital crime, thus depriving them of the right of a trial by jury. The African-American slavery population became self-sustaining in America 1720 Increased arrival of fresh slaves from Africa, had started to produce a greater balance in the sexes. They helped their young generation through their youth. Stono Rebellion in South Carolina 1739 Approximately twenty-five whites and fifty slaves were killed in the Course of the uprising or its suppression. In order to control slaves’
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