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Main Ideas chp 16 key

Main Ideas chp 16 key - 2 The Planter Aristocracy 3 Slaves...

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KEY APUSH Chapter 16 The South and Slavery Controversy Name__________________________ Date___________ Bell____ Directions: For each section in chp. 16 generate a main idea statement. 1. Cotton is King: Cotton was the single most important crop to the industry of the North, the cotton mills of Great Britain, and to the Southern economy.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. The Planter Aristocracy: 3. Slaves of the Slave System 4. The White Majority 5. Free Blacks: Slaves Without Masters 6. Plantation Slavery 7. Life Under the Lash 8. The Burdens of Bondage 9. Early Abolition 10. Radical Abolitionist 11. The South Lashes Back 12. The Abolitionist Impact on the North...
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  • Spring '11
  • Reed
  • Slavery in the United States, American Civil War, Slaves Without Masters, Slavery Controversy Name__________________________

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