HIST 173 Ch 10.txt

  1. Slaves
    Human property
  2. Slavery in the Western States
    • Some Slave + Some Free States
    • Kept Balance
    • 1819: 22 states (11 slave + 11 free)
  3. North
    • Bad soil
    • More import and export (took crops from south and exported)
    • More factory-based in manufacturing
  4. South
    • Cash crops
    • Smaller cities
    • Didn�t urbanize as quickly as the north
    • Sent cotton to north
  5. Foreign Slave Banned (1808)
    • Ban of importation of slaves
    • Does not stop domestic slave trade
    • Spurs domestic slave trade
    • People trading between colonies
    • Because slaves free to north?harsh slave codes:
    • Did not allow them to be citizens
    • Own property
  6. Internal slave trade
    • Large part of southern economy
    • People saw themselves as legit business men only in slaves
  7. Cotton Boom
    • Crop suitable to slave economies
    • More labor
    • Increased demand of slave
  8. Sugar Plantation
    • Worst circumstances for slaves
    • Bad work environment
    • Malaria on the coast
    • Highest rate of disease or death
  9. Farmers
    • Not everyone owns slaves
    • Too poor to own
    • Complicit in supporting economy
  10. North (economy)
    • Places were as complicit in slave economy
    • Luxury goods in Philly and New York
  11. South (economy)
    • Less-developed
    • More dependent on the north than vice-versa
  12. Resistance to Slavery
    Violent slave uprising and rebellions
  13. Frederick Douglass
    • Former slave
    • Wrote abolitionists literature
  14. Slave Women
  15. Missouri Compromise
    • Give the slave states domination in any purely sectional disputes
    • Territory north of the southern boundary of Missouri, except Missouri, would be free, and the territory below that line would be slave.
  16. Ordinance of 1787
    Prohibiting the importation of slaves into the Old Northwest and into the federal territories of the Old Southwest
  17. Black code
    Barred all blacks and persons of mixed race from entering the state unless they could prove they are free
  18. Electoral College
    The number of electors for each state was based on the number of senators and representatives
  19. Three-Fifths Clause
    Three-Fifths of the slave population counted.
  20. Louisiana Purchase
    Louisiana entered as a slave state, its slavery already established in the territory
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HIST 173 Ch 10.txt