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Unformatted text preview: lag slave clothes were replaced when they wore out fb} no usual or typical amount of clothing was given “62 one shirt, one pair of pants or one skirt d. two shirts, two pair of pants or two skirts 18.As late as the 18205 it was legal to punish enslaved Africans in Bnazil using all but one of the following methods Kai cutting off ears and toes ' b. scalding with hot liquids c. branding with hot irons d. crushing fingers with thumb screws 19.How varied ethnically was the enslaved population of Africans in Brazil? a. 1 to 4 different tribal groups b. 6 to 10 different tribal groups c. 11 to 16 different tribal groups d. more than 16 different tribal groups 20.Enslaved. Africans sometimes resisted slavery with acts of suicide. Which one of the following ways of doing this was not common? 1a; shooting oneself b. dirt eating c. hanging d. swallowing one's tongue 21.Most of the female slaves in Brazil were used as a. agricultural fieldhands b. domestics \_¢. concubines for masters d. companions for mistresses 22.Some slavery scholars sometimes argue the controversial point that this member of the master class was perhaps the cruelest to enslaved Africans a. slave overseers ‘wfi. mistresses c. male masters d. the master's children 23.Regarding female slaves, the laws of Brazilian slavery held that it was a. illegal to whip a pregnant slave b. illegal to whip female children under the age of five fig; illegal to whip a slave who had just given birth idfi none of the above 24Ihccording to the Brazilian law of the "free womb" in 1871 a. the separation of parents from children under age 12 was prohibited lb. all children under age 10 were declared free wgéfl all children thereafter born to slaves were declared free . all slave children were protected from being sold away from their parents _25.In the sight of the law in Brazil a Portuguese woman was the equal of a Portuguese man ' a. only after marriage b. once she owned slaves herself £63 on her deathbed dE never ...
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