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For Document 7, the response states, “In this advertisement by the Virginia Gazette, two slaveshave run away from their plantation. There is a reward for who returns them to their owner. It isclear that these slaves were regarded as property from their owner’s point of view.”For Document 5, the response states, “The letter could be biased and William Sherwood was mostlikely a landowner/politician in danger of the rebellion.”Example of unacceptable explanation of the significance of the author’s point of view:For Document 4, the response states, “This shows their point of view was that slaves were people,but they were cheap labor and allowed people to increase their profits.”Example of acceptable explanation of the significance of the author’s purpose:For Document 7, the response states, “The authors of this document are aiming at finding theseslaves, punishing them, and removing the rebellion.”Example of unacceptable explanation of the significance of the author’s purpose:The aim of document 4 is to show people that religion for slaves is actually a privilege they have noneed to avoid slavery because they have everything they need.© 2016 The College Board. ±Visit the College Board on the Web: . ±© 2017 The College BoardReturn to the Table of Contents50
AP United States History ExamDocument-Based Question 1AP®United States History2016 SCORING GUIDELINESExamples of acceptable explanation of the significance of the historical context of adocument:For Document 6, the response states, “Even after sixty years, children were still being forced intoservice when new acts were passed by the Virginia General Assembly. This time, however, it isnot just slave children but also mixed children. This act states that a mulatto child must be put intoservitude. This relates back to the Spanish colonies, when the mix of Spanish and Native Americanchildren was not treated the same as full-blooded Spaniards.”Examples of unacceptable explanation of the significance of the historical context of adocument:For Document 7, the response states, “This explains fully the amount of value of slaves at this time.For this reason and more, the institution of slavery was developed during the 1600s and 1700s.”This is a simplistic explanation about the advertisements pertaining to runaway slaves that doesnot provide appropriate historical context.Examples of acceptable explanation of the significance of the audience:The response states, “As seen in Document 7, slave owners would put out ads designed for thegeneral public to assist in the return of escaped property.”For Document 7, the response states, “The audience of this particular document was anyone in thecolonies so that they could be on the lookout for the two slaves described. It was written for anewspaper so the general public would definitely see the ad.”Examples of unacceptable explanation of the significance of the audience:

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