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African Cultures 8-1

The significance of enslaved and free Africans in SC

What was the longest part of the slave journey, from the coast of Africa to the West Indies? Middle Passage
Who played an important role in developing the economy of SC? African Americans
The economy of SC was based off what system? Plantation
From what Caribbean island did settlers, in SC, bring their slaves? Barbados
What crop did the Africans know how to grow well? Rice
Most slaves came to the Carolina colony through which port town? Charles Town
What would the slaves do, while working, that would keep up their spirits? Sing
What was the name of the slave revolt near Charles Town? Stono Rebellion
After the Stono Rebellion, what was put in place to have tighter control of the slaves? Negro Act
What language was spoken by many of the slaves in SC? Gullah
Slaves were considered this because they were seen as property of their owners. Chattel
Created by: eowen8