Slavery in the United       States
 Declaration of independence (Thomas Jefferson) First Great Awakening(movement of the church) Uncle Tom s Cabin
 Slavery abolished by law   Vermont (1777), Massachusetts (1780),   New Hampshire (1783) Abolished over a long period o...
 Lord Dunmore – Battle of Great Bridge (1775) Border states Slaves can have their own property
 Liberation war Reconstruction upturn - Better farming methods
 “Spanish Lousiana“ Plantation farming Stricter slave laws Gap between rich and poor
 Carry off the slaves Deep south  Capital city of trade - New Orleans  Import of slaves prohibited Upper and lower so...
 Civil war 1861 New articles in the constitution  13th article  14th article
 Many bloody riots Underground Railroad Abolitionists  (William Lloyd Garrison, John Greeenleaf   Whittier, Harriet Be...
 Enforcement of the laws Black code Civil rights movement 1950s to 1960s Lyndon B. Johnson Martin Luther King Cultur...
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  1. 1. Slavery in the United States
  2. 2.  Declaration of independence (Thomas Jefferson) First Great Awakening(movement of the church) Uncle Tom s Cabin
  3. 3.  Slavery abolished by law  Vermont (1777), Massachusetts (1780), New Hampshire (1783) Abolished over a long period of time  Pensylvania (1780), Connecticut (1784), Rhode Island (1784), New York (1799), New Jersey (1804)
  4. 4.  Lord Dunmore – Battle of Great Bridge (1775) Border states Slaves can have their own property
  5. 5.  Liberation war Reconstruction upturn - Better farming methods
  6. 6.  “Spanish Lousiana“ Plantation farming Stricter slave laws Gap between rich and poor
  7. 7.  Carry off the slaves Deep south  Capital city of trade - New Orleans  Import of slaves prohibited Upper and lower south  New products
  8. 8.  Civil war 1861 New articles in the constitution  13th article  14th article
  9. 9.  Many bloody riots Underground Railroad Abolitionists  (William Lloyd Garrison, John Greeenleaf Whittier, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglass)
  10. 10.  Enforcement of the laws Black code Civil rights movement 1950s to 1960s Lyndon B. Johnson Martin Luther King Cultural imprinting

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