AA HISTORY CHP 7 - AA HISTORY CHP 7 SOUTHERN SLAVERY I II III IV V THE DOMESTIC SLAVE TRADE a KING COTTON Louisiana became a state in 1812

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AA HISTORY CHP 7 SOUTHERN SLAVERY I. THE DOMESTIC SLAVE TRADE a. KING COTTON Louisiana became a state in 1812 Mississippi Alabama and Louisiana produced 50% of the nations cotton 1859 added Georgia to produce 79% b. THE INTERSTATE SLAVE TRADE II. From Virginin, to Tennesee, then Maryland Virginia and Carolina – slave trading took place as a solution to thee difficulty of economic readjustment Domestic slave trading took the place of outlawed African Slave trading Businesses carried a line of slaves for sale Slaves were auctioned Slaves were sold by lottery Newspapers (middle man) pushed the slave trade Slave exporting states were Baltimore, Washington DC, Richmond, Norfolk, Charleston III. PERSISTENCE OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE IV. THE SLAVE CODES V. ON THE PLANTATION SLAVE REVOLT
SLAVE REVOLT STARTED IN Lexington Kenetucky 1810 25 slaves lost their lives 400 slaves lost lives 1811 Slaves revolted in New Orleans 1815 Virginia (George Boxley) attempted to free slaves

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