Study Guide for Brotherly Love

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Study Guide for “BROTHERLY LOVE” Africans in America # 3 AFAM 101 McMillan Terminology Age of Enlightenment “Notes on the State of Virginia” Richard Allen Mother Bethel. Benjamin Rush Eli Whitney Cotton Gin European Immigration Louisiana Territory American Colonization Society Westward Expansion Intra-American Slave Trade Charles Ball Charles Caldwell Edward Clay Minstrel Shows Nat Turner Discussion 1. How do Thomas Jefferson’s beliefs articulate with the enlightenment? Why is he such a problematic character in American history? 2. Why was Richard Allen seen as useful by the government of Philadelphia?
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Why was conflict in Haiti so significant for the expansion of the United States? 4. Who supported the American Colonization Society? Why did black Philadelphians soundly reject the call for colonization? 5. What is pseudo-scientific racism? How did it play a role in disenfranchising free blacks and “justifying” the system of slavery? 6. What methods did Charles Caldwell and Edward Clay use to “prove” black inferiority? 7. Compare Gabriel, Denmark Vesey, and Nat Turner in terms of their backgrounds and their methods of resistance....
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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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