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AFAM study guide 1-1 - STUDY GUIDE MIDTERM AFAM 101FALL 2010 McMillan No notes or books are allowed The honor code will be in force You do not need

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STUDY GUIDE MIDTERM AFAM 101—FALL 2010 McMillan No notes or books are allowed. The honor code will be in force. You do not need a blue book. Your exam will cover material in Hine chapters 1-4, lectures, and the Africans in America videos terrible Transformation and revolution.) Be able to answer these questions at the ends of chapters 2-4 in Hine Chapter 2 (2,3), Chapter 3 (1,3), Chapter 4 (3,5) (as well as the questions on this sheet and on the review sheets for the Africans in America videos.) Your exam will occur on October 7 and will consist of fill-in-the-blanks and short essays. There will be no word bank! 1. What was the basic structure of the Triangle Trade? How were profits made? How did different parts of Europe, Africa, and the Americas participate? Why was the gun/slave cycle so important? Who profited the most and who profited the least? 2. How did the history of Africa relate to the history of Europe in terms of the development of the T-A slave trade? Why did West and Central Africa supply so many slaves to the international slave trade? Why was Portugal such an early and such a significant instigator of the T-A slave trade? Why did Brazil and the Caribbean import so many more people than North America? 3. Why is the Middle Passage so significant in understanding New World Slavery? How did slavers maximize the economic value of enslaved people on the middle passage? How did enslaved people react to the Middle Passage? 4. How did sugar, rice, and religion affect the nature of slavery in the New World? What is significant about the Siete Partidas in understanding the differences in slave systems in Latin America and Anglo-America? Why is it significant to think about Barbados and the rest of the Caribbean when examining colonial North America? 5. What were the European “justifications” for enslaving Africans (and Native Americans)? What were the responses of black people to these justifications? How did black people resist slavery and resist racist assumptions in the colonial and revolutionary eras 6. How did the nature of slavery vary between the different colonies of Anglo-North America? Why did different colonies legalize slavery at different times? Make sure to know which colonies legalized slavery first and last and the reasons for this. How did white and Native American labor affect the debates over African slavery in Colonial America? 7.
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2010 for the course AFAM 101 taught by Professor Mcmillan during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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AFAM study guide 1-1 - STUDY GUIDE MIDTERM AFAM 101FALL 2010 McMillan No notes or books are allowed The honor code will be in force You do not need

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