Appal Notes - October the 10th - have Serena read for Appal...

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October the 10 th --- have Serena read for Appal Studies Indians were removed 1838 by the Indian Removal Act Slavery was not just in the deep south, there was slaves in Appalachia In 1860 census, there showed that only one county in Appalachia had no slaves Slaves were leased and rented out at times in Appalachia to work in salt mines and in iron industries Salt was important to preserve food (salt was a big resource) Appalachia was not like the deep south in sense of BIG plantations—the average number of slaves per house were 5 (Preseton’s had 40, this proves there wealth) The farmers would even work with there slaves…they got slaves more for help not to do all the work this was because they didn’t have large cash crop fields The majority of people in Appalachia were not interested in the Civil War they actually wanted the tensions to go away…they did not want to chose sides because there were on the fence Booker T Washington born into family with White Father Slave Mother in rural Virginia
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