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27. Celia was: a. the pen name of Floride Calhoun, who secretly criticized her husband John’s views on slavery. b. a slave tried for killing her master while resisting a sexual assault. c. the name used to signify a southern plantation mistress in writings about the institution. d. a slave who became famous for helping other slaves escape via the Underground Railroad. e. a character in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. ANS: B
28. Why did southern slaves live in better conditions by the mid-nineteenth century than those in the Caribbean and South America?
29. In an 1840 letter written from Canada, fugitive slave Joseph Taper asked for divine blessings upon:
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30. Bennet Barrow’s advice to slaveowners on slave discipline (based on rules for slaves at his Highland Plantation in Louisiana) included all of the following EXCEPT:
31. Free blacks in the South were allowed to: a. own property. b. be bought and sold. c. carry a firearm. d. testify in court. e. vote. ANS: A
32. What was the name of the vibrant community of former slaves freed by Virginian Richard Randolph?
33. Free blacks in the United States:

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