Flashcards in Chapter 10-13 Slavery in the South Deck (67)
What fuels the industrial revolution in America?
What is the advantage of interchangeable parts?
When did the importation of slaves end?
Why what was the nickname of the South?
How many slaves were involved in cotton growing in 1850?
What was the Gang System?
a large group of slaves working all day
What was one way to threaten slaves?
"sold down the river" to a harsher climate
What type of slaves are more informed and treated for the most part better.
The house servants
What is the average life expectancy of whites?
What is the average life expectancy of blacks?
How many slave marriages were broken up?
1 in 5
What did the second great awakening do?
it spread Christianity to the slaves
What type of slave rebellion is hidden Covert or Overt?
What were the biggest slave rebellions?(3)
Nat Turner, Gabrielle, Vesey
Why would free slaves stay in the South?(2)
they may have family or they may have a job
What was the purpose of the Black Codes?
to regulate free blacks.
What was the effect of Black Codes on Blacks?
they had little civil rights
What is a Yeoman?
a small farmer who works his own fields
What is the largest percentage group of the population in the South?
What was considered the richest county in America in 1850?
What did William Lloyd Garrison do?
he wrote the Liberator against slavery
What was the gag rule?
congress cannot bring up anything about slavery
What did the Grimke Sisters do?
they spoke out against slavery
What areas are in the black belt?
Western Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi
What was Alabama Fever?
The mass movement of southerners into Alabama
How was Southern Slavery and Northern Industry linked?
The North invested in Southern cotton farming.
Why were southern states loosing their political dominance?
The population of the north was growing much more rapidly.
What were slaves gathered in before they were sold?
What percent of slaves were field slaves?