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Chapter 12

TermDefinition
Antebellum the period before the Civil War between 1820 & 1860
Overseer was the person who was responsible for seeing that slaves performed the tasks assigned to them
Drivers a slave placed in charge
Spirituals songs about Jesus and other biblical characters
Discrimination occurs when people are denied their rights or treated unfairly
Abolitionists people who wanted to abolish and put an end to slavery
Paradox something that seems to contradict itself
Class refers to a group of people of the same social or economic level
Tenant Farmers cleared the land and planted crops but did not own the land they tamed
Asylums facilities where they could be treated for their disorders
Normal School a school where teachers were trained
Cirriculum course of study
Seminaries female academies
Industry the activities involved in the manufacture or production of specific goods
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