AFAM 304 EXAM REVIEW

AFAM 304 EXAM REVIEW - AFAM 304 EXAM REVIEW AFRICANS IN...

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AFAM 304 EXAM REVIEW AFRICANS IN AMERICA George Washington Rhode Island regiment: made up of free blacks and slaves, first time blacks were allowed to fight in the revolutionary war STONO AUTHOR: Mark M. Smith IN CLASS DISCUSSION: In Favor or not in favor of Memorial It would make other aware of the severity of the situation of those that were enslaved because the conditions that they were being kept in were so bad that they had to rebel. The memorial would give a sense of hope to others that what they did was not in vain. PAGES 28-29 Whites felt that they were wrongfully attacked by “savages” and also felt betrayed by their slaves. THE REBELLION Commenced on September 9, 1739 in South Carolina One of the earliest known organized rebellions in the US
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The rebellion occurred during harvest time, which is when slaves were worked the hardest and also happened during malaria time when there was an epidemic
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