Sally Hemings was an enslaved woman of mixed race owned by President Thomas

Sally hemings was an enslaved woman of mixed race

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Sally Hemings- was an enslaved woman of mixed race owned by President Thomas Jefferson of the United States. Most historians believe Jefferson was the father of her six children. 13th amendment- abolition of slavery in the US ratified in 1865 in the aftermath of the Civil War racialization- is the process of ascribing ethnic or racial identities to a relationship, social practice, or group that did not identify itself as such. Basically being racist Palmares- The largest quilombo group in Brazil (quilombo=maroon societies of self- liberated, fugitive slaves residing in isolated geographic locations who formed their own societies). Located in Brazil and developed in 1605. Djukka- A Bush Negro people of Dutch Guiana. Tribe of maroons. Maroon society in Suriname Boko Haram- N igeria's militant Islamist group Boko Haram - which has caused havoc in
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Africa's most populous country through a wave of bombings, assassinations and abductions - is fighting to overthrow the government and create an Islamic state. Believe western education is forbidden. Portuguese Company of Cacheo- Royal slave trading company of Portugal formed in 1692 castas- mixed-race individuals in Spanish America, resulting from unions of European whites ( espanoles ), Amerinds ( indios ), and Africans ( negros ) -Took place in spanish and portuguese empires Part II Short Answer (3-4 sentences) 6 questions will be asked: What crops did enslaved people grow in colonial North America and where? tobacco, rice, indigo Tobacco: grown primarily in the Chesapeake area and required slaves to harvest 10,000 crops a year (Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia) Rice: grown primarily in the low country (South Carolina’s coast and Georgia). These fields were usually worked by women. Indigo also grown in low country Indigo & Rice: Sea Islands – small islands off of the Eastern coast of the United States. Grain grown in Massachusetts Sugar grown in Jamaica and Barbados; in the Americas it was grown in Louisiana. Tobacco grown in the North Carolina, Rice in South Carolina and Indigo (dye color blue). Give 3 definitions of slavery Slavery is a form of forced labor in which people are considered to be, or treated as, the property of others. Bondage: The state of being under the control of another person A condition of servitude endured by a slave. An institution or social practice of owning human beings as property. Five types of labor of ancient Roman slaves (What is Slavery p.9) domestic or agricultural slaves skilled artisans Gladiators in mining administrative positions Four types of modern slavery 1. chattel slavery- Enslaved person who is owned forever. Treated like property.
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2. sex slaves- Sexually forced to work, usually women and are raped. 3. debt bondage- Person commits to performing labor to pay off a debt, they know they cannot pay. Most widely practiced form of slavery. 4. forced labor- Forced to work through violence or intimidation.
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