AFRO 005 Framing Question 5

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Framing Question 5 How did Africans make sense of and participate in  international developments?  Reading [Add Atlas, Unit 8 [Maps 100-110]
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Chapter One:  The Coming to America Blacks and Colonial English America The Early Black Movements of Resistance Maroonage in North America Diverging Political Cultures Chapter Two:  Slavery and the Constitutions Three American Revolutions Documenting Indifference and Interest The Slaves’ Revolution Continues Chapter Three:  Free Blacks and Resistance Abolition and Free Blacks The Black Abolitionists Black Sovereignty Insurrection Black Movements in America
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Chapter Four:  The Civil War and Its Aftermath Opposing Objectives:  Accumulation vs. Liberty The Blacks’ War White Reconstruction and Black Deconstruction Chapter Five:  The Nadir and Its Aftermath
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course AFRO 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Howard.

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