AmDivUnit 2.5-The Growth of American Slavery 5
Abolition & the Southern Response
SituationBritish moving to end slavery in BWI (ca. 1830)US at center of slavery
US society1820s 1830s, evolution of terms
o Democracycoming into use as the way things are s
Unit 3.3-America at the Dawn of a New Century
Closing the frontier
1890US Superintendent of the Census declares the frontier no longer existed
Frederick Jackson Turner, Univ. of Wisconsin
o Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893
o Thesis: The frontier had
AmDivUnit 2.3The Growth of American Slavery 3
Key points to know
The American Revolutiona revolution of human rights and ideology.
The Revolutionary War (later) was to protect the revolution
Know John Lockes Natural Rights theory. (Well see it over and
AmDivUnit 2.1The Growth of American Slavery 1
Key points to know
Remember: Slavery and the slave trade are not the same thing.
The meaning of terms has evolved over time, making interpretation difficult.
Todays perception of slavery
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Key points to know
The invention of the cotton gin changes both slavery and the argument(s).
Herein, slave trade means only international slave trade.
o Domestic slave trade remained legal as long as slavery
Disclaimer: This is not intended to be all-inclusive, but rather as a guide. Boilerplate: The
absence of any term, concept, historical event, etc., is not intended to be a guaranty that it will not
be on the exam. (If in d
American Diversity 1/25/16
Every western Church basically came from the Protestant Reformation
Martin Luther was a Roman Catholic monk he wanted to examine the doctrine and
determine what was right and what wasnt right
This caused Europe to have a lot of
Nisei Daughter by Monica Sone tells the true autobiographic tale of growing up as a young Japanese-American on Seattles waterfront during the 1930s, the experience of being "relocated" during World War II, and her initial adjustment to life outside C
Fredrick Douglass changes his view of slavery and slave owners many times throughout his life as shown in My Bondage and My Freedom. As a young boy Fredrick Douglass fears the whip from the first time he was a witness to the first beating of a slave.
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