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18 Key Terms Code of honor – White males elaborate code of chivalry, which “obligated” them to defend their “Honor,” often through dueling. Colonial dependency James B. D. DeBow Factors George Fitzhugh Free Blacks Gang system W. L. Garrison Hill people King Cotton Lynching Overseers Peculiar institution Mrs. Benjamin Perry Pidgin Plain folk Planter aristocracy Gabriel Prosser Slave codes Slave family life Slave migration Slave music Slave religion Slave resistance Slave trade Southern lady Tredegar Iron Works Nat Turner Rebellion Urban slavery Denmark Vesey 19 Key Terms Abolitionism Amana Community American Colonization Society Amistad case Asylum movement Benevolent Empire Brook Farm Dorothea Dix Frederick Douglass Charles Grandison Finney
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William Lloyd Garrison Sarah and Angelina Grimké Hudson River School Horace Mann Mormons Romanticism Oneida Community Phrenology Seneca Falls Declaration Shakers Joseph Smith Sojourner Truth Temperance Transcendentalists Uncle Tom’s Cabin Utopianism 20 Key Terms The Alamo Stephen Austin California California Gold Rush Californios Lewis Cass Chinese miners Coolies Free soil Robert Gray Sam Houston Indian hunting
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