What institutions did black rely on most and how did these institutions fare

What institutions did black rely on most and how did

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characteristics of northern black communities? What institutions did black rely on most and how did these institutions fare between 1820 and 1861? African evolution was developed every day with new dances, songs, praises, cultures, religion, and more. Elite African American influenced plenty of factors around this slavery time. In urban black communities, it’s more of a “I look out for my kind.” In especially segregated neighborhoods, black people will make sure that each other are straight, such as black owned business will only serve other African Americans, since it was the same with white communities. In larger cities, there was a lot of more collision with businesses and races. The northern black communities also had more light skinned African Americans, which caused different mixes of color to be in the community rather than just white and dark skinned people. White people will hire different races to expand the business, while couples will experience different races also to just experience the beauty of any women. In the southern communities, there were dominant white people, and even some free slaves owned slaves themselves. Through the years of 1820 and 1861, many black elites increased their income by inventing things. People such as Henry Blair invented the house drawn mechanized corn seed planter made things way easier on slave labor and the more inventions decreased the demand for slavery. Also, the production of medicine increased during that time, which caused less diseases being spread.
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