American History Chapter 3, Section 2

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  • 1. The Agricultural South Chapter 3, Section 2
  • 2. Southern Life
    • Profitable crop that saved Jamestown:
    • Tobacco
    • Cash crop : a crop grown in large quantities primarily to sell
  • 3. Southern Life
    • Tobacco is a labor-intensive crop
      • Originally enslaved natives, but this proved too difficult
      • 1. Knew the land and could escape
      • 2. Dying from smallpox
  • 4. Southern Life
    • Began enslaving Africans
      • From 1690 to 1750:
  • 5. Southern Life
    • Plantation Owners
    • Free white men
    • Indentured servants and women
    • Slaves and natives
  • 6. The Slave Trade
    • Triangular trade
    • Middle Passage
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  • 14. Slave Resistance
    • Ways that slaves resisted their owners:
      • Faked sick
      • Broke tools
      • Worked slowly
  • 15. Slave Resistance
    • Stono Rebellion : a group of S.C. slaves gathered weapons and rose up against owners; many Africans were killed whether they were involved or not
      • Began a crackdown on slaves
  • 16. Resources
    • Slavery
        • The Slave Trade, “Amazing Grace”
        • Slavery in Pictures