Quiz 4 - Quiz 4 1. A. B. C. D. In dealing with the Atlantic...

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Quiz 4 1. In dealing with the Atlantic slave trade, some African societies A. played Europeans off one another to make profits and retain some control over the trade. B. united to set up one large auction site for the continent. C. paid foreign merchants to accept slaves so that they might have population control. D. banned the sale of men but allowed the sale of women. 2. As slave society consolidated in the Chesapeake region, what happened to free blacks? A. They retained the same rights because they were free. B. Their population grew rapidly through natural reproduction. C. The British government ordered the colonies to treat them better. D. They lost many of their rights. 3. The task system A. punished slaves for not fulfilling a set quota. B. assigned slaves daily jobs and allowed them free time. C. meant that slaves were strictly supervised and had little autonomy. D. was created in response to the Stono Rebellion. 4.
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Quiz 4 - Quiz 4 1. A. B. C. D. In dealing with the Atlantic...

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