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History outline - Landry Logan Paper outline Race relations in American history Racial relations in Virginia Massachusetts and Pennsylvania o

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Landry Logan Paper outline Race relations in American history. Racial relations in Virginia, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania o Indentured servitude o Chattel Slavery in Virginia o Quakers in Pennsylvania looking down on slavery of African American’s o Relations with Native Americans in Pennsylvania. Leads to Bacons Rebellion o Atlantic creoles and then the Women that were brought over to live with them. o When Chesapeake Bay was settled, they had hoped to use native americans as slaves. o Similarities and differences between indentured whites and African American servants. Slavery in the Carolinas o People get more land if they have slaves o How the slave trade works o Stono rebellion Post-Revolutionary War o Expansion to the west asks question of free or slave state. o Rights of African Americans o Missouri compromise and how it defines laws of slavery. The antebellum south o Worse conditions for slaves o Slave trade abolished, but internal trade still existed. o
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course HIST 1113 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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