, and became one of the most famous orators and activists in American history ___Frederick Douglass____________________________ 26. Missouri slave who sued for his freedom after having lived in several free states with his owner __Dred Scott_____________________ 27. Militant abolitionist who led a failed “raid” on harpers Ferry Virginia in October 1859, precipitating the Civil War __John Brown_______________ 28. Slave who had a sexual relationship with Thomas Jefferson (statutory rape by modern standards) that produced four children ___Sally Hemings______________________ 29. Female abolitionist and author of the best-selling antislavery novel, Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852) __Harriet Beecher Stowe_____________________________ 30. Activist, “intersectionality” pioneer, and perhaps the first African American woman to give a public political speech in the United States ___Maria Stewart___________________________ ID Term Bank : Dred Scott, John Brown, Frederick Douglass, Eli Whitney, David Walker, Edmonia Lewis, Henry Highland Garnet, Harriet Beecher Stowe, James Forten, Maria Stewart, Phillis Wheatley, Richard Allen, Benjamin Banneker, Charles Deslondes, Sally Hemings 31. Essay (35 points): Answer the following 3-part question. Make an argument and use examples from the text. There is no length requirement, but it is not possible to satisfactorily answer the question in less than 1 page. Above all, address and provide examples for all components of the question. 21. First, the concept of race and its association with inferior status is a recent one in world history. Describe how and why New World slavery was unique in world history. How was it different from slavery in the Old World (Africa, Europe, Asia)? How did darker skin pigmentation come to be association with an inferior labor status?
Megan Cosby Second, how and why did slavery differ within New World colonies (speak to the North, the Chesapeake, the Lowcountry, and the Caribbean)? Address the relationship between climate, crop , demography , and slave culture ? Third, what factors caused slavery to expand and become more politically entrenched during the antebellum period leading up to the Civil War (1820-1860)?
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