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Social studies

QuestionAnswer
How free blacks living in north and south were treated? Lived in racism, looked down on
How did the cotton gin affect slavery? Increased slavery
Why did white southerners support slavery? Cotton brought wealth to south
What were some methods slaveholders used to control slaves? Harsh punishments, overwork, dependence, ignorance
What type of work did most slaves do? Worked farms and plantations
What punishment or action by their slave owner do slaves fear the most? Separated from loved ones
What was the most common way slaves resisted slavery? Quiet acts of rebellion
What did slaves do in their " invisible churches"? Pray, Read bible and sing
How did slaves express their cultural traditions? Slaves combined their old traditions with new
What does this map show? The slave system
What is shown on the map? Extent of cotton growing & trade routes
How did the sizes of the Areas change between 1801 &1860? The size increased to the west
What invention account for the changes you can see on this map? cotton gin
How did the changes of cotton affect slaves? Slaves in demmand
How did the changes of cotton affected the economy of the south? South's economy increased
We're the changes good or bad? Good for south , bad for africans
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