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Chapter 13

The American Promise 5th Edition. Professor: Jones-Reed : Keywords

Cotton Kingdom The south, Slave empire
John C. Calhoun Senator of South Carolina
Mason-Dixon Line Boundary between Maryland and Pennsylvania
Nat Turner Slave that believed he was divinely choose to lead an assault against slavery
Slave Codes Laws that required the total submission of slaves
Overseer Plantation mangers hired by large planters to supervise slaves’ work in the fields
Miscegenation Sexual mixing of the races
Slave Driver Driving other slaves to work harder in the fields
Paternalism Obligations between masters and slaves
Denmark Vesey A free black carpenter
Free Black African Americans who were not enslaved
Created by: sajimenez