Section 1 13th amendment Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude EXCEPT AS A

Section 1 13th amendment neither slavery nor

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* Section 1 (13th amendment) * Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, EXCEPT AS A PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME WHEREOF THE PARTY SHALL HAVE BEEN DULY CONVICTED, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. What labor, outside of agricultural work, did slaves perform? * domestic * skilled * Handling livestock * mining * handling children * accountants * construction * secretary * sexual labor
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What distinguished the work of slave women and men in the Americas? * men were able to be trained as skilled workers, women were not List four societies outside of the Americas that used slave labor. (know this) * Slavery in the ancient world * Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Palestine and Rome had slaves. * There were slaves in Babylon and in Mesopotamian cities * Slavery in the Middle East and Asia * Slavery flourished in other parts of the Middle East * Enslavement of non-Muslims → Mediterranean, North Africa, the Middle East, the Iberian Peninsula, and the Balkans * Central Asia → From Mongolia to the Caucasus Mountains and from kazakhstan to Afghanistan * Various parts of Asia → including China, Japan, korea, India, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Indonesia * Slavery in Africa * Slavery in Europe and the Ottoman Empire * The Ottoman Empire and that part that included Eastern Europe witnessed widespread enslavement of Christian men and young boys who were converted to Islam and used as slave warriors Name 2 major African ethnic groups that came to colonial British North America, list where they came from in Africa and where they were most populous in colonial British North America. * Igbo, Chesapeake * Congo, low country Describe the labor of black slaves in colonial Mexico. * sugar and mining List 5 laws regarding slavery in Massachusetts before the American Revolution. (skipped this) * Describe the impact of Lord Dunmore's Proclamation on black participation in the loyalists and patriot military forces. (skipped this) * How did the slave trade affect the economy of northern British colonies? (skipped this) * What factors during the era of the American Revolution indicated slavery may shortly come to an end? * slave trade becomes illegal in 1808 * North passes laws about * outlaw slavery in all new territories * Lord Dunmore and Washington emancipations What are some examples of contemporary slavery? (skipped) * What items were traded for slaves in Africa? (know this) * Important African export goods in the growing commercial contact between western and southern Europe and western and western central Africa, other than gold, were ivory, dyewoods, pepper, and other spices * Other trade items, used in more localized or intra/interregional markets
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included kola nuts and textiles * Commodities of particular value to seafaring merchants → salt, rice, palm oil, nuts, yams, gum and fish * Items traded for slaves * Cotton Textiles * Utensils of Brass * Iron * Pewter * Ivory * Beads * Liquor (Whisky, Brandy and Rum) * Firearms * Items traded with slaves * Gold (Ghana/Gold Coast) * Ivory (Ivory Coast) * Grains (Sierra Leone/Liberia) * Local food stuff * Describe the labor of slaves in middle and northern colonies.
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