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15.+The+South%2C+A+Slave+Society - The South: A Slave...

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Unformatted text preview: The South: A Slave Society The Development of Plantation Society Limits on Urban and Industrial Development Limits on Technological Development Productivity and the need to Expand Planters Seek Control Control of Blacks Control Black Codes Black Violence and Paternalism Control of Whites Political, Economic, Familial, and Ideological Hinton Helper and Edward Isham resist planter domination Slave Resistance and Rebellion Revolts: From Gabriel (1800) to Nat Turner (1831) Slave Resistance and Slave Culture The South: A Slave Society The Ginning Cotton Lack of Technological Innovation Lack Forced Migrations to New Plantations, Virgina to Tennessee Plantations, Black Codes Black Prohibit Manumission by Owners Limit Residence of Free Blacks in Slave States Establish Passes for Slave & Free Black Travel Outlaw Education for Slaves Outlaw Assign White Preachers to Black Churches Abolish Slaves’ Access to Courts Outlaw Slave Marriages and Family Rights Ban Antislavery Literature as Obscene Define Rape as a Crime only against Whites Outlaw Assemblies of 3 or more African Ams Control of Slaves Control Controlling NonControlling SlaveholdingWhites (St. John SlaveholdingWhites Plantation, Louisiana) Plantation, Hinton Helper & Impending Crisis Impending Rebellion and Resistance: Rebellion Runaway Slave Print, NYC, 1857 Nat Turner’s Rebellion, 1831, Newspaper Headline Newspaper Syncretic Slave Religion: Syncretic A Slave Funeral Hauling Cotton to Market: Hauling Vicksburg, Mississippi,1842 Loading Ships, New Orleans, 1850 Loading A Slave Wedding, Virginia, 1838 Slave ...
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