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  • Actions Speak Louder than Words (p. 426)?
  • Map 9.1 Anatomy of a Panic: Bank Suspensions in May 1837 (p. 430)
  • A “Model” Plantation (p. 431)
  • Family Worship in a Plantation in South Carolina (p. 436)
  • "Escape": Icon of Fugitive Slave Notice  (p. 438)
  • Map 9.2 The Spread of Cotton, 1820–1860 (p. 449)
  • Map 9.2 The Spread of Cotton, 1820–1860 (p. 449)
  • “ I Will Come Back” (p. 451)     Peter Sill's Farewell to His Enslaved Wife
  • Slaves for Sale (p. 452)   Description of Slave Property
  • Old Virginia Labor-saving Machine (p. 456)   1857 Cartoon from Harper's Weekly
  • Map 9.3 The Lure of Caribbean Territories (p. 459)
  • Map 9.4 The U.S. War against Mexico, 1846–1848 (p. 461)
  • Go West, Young Man! (p. 467)   "Go West, Young Man!"
  • Union on the Battlefield (p. 470)   1848 Zachary Taylor Campaign Poster: Riding to Electoral Victory
  • Hist1301 Week 10

    1. 1. The Spread of Slavery and The Crisis of Southern Society 1836–1848
    2. 2. HIST 1301 Mini-Lectures on YouTube Click Here for the Wk 10 Mini-Lecture Playlist
    3. 3. The Consolidation of Planters’ Power
    4. 4. Household Discord and Challenges from Below "The Mulattoes one sees in every family exactly resemble the white children - and every lady tells you who is the father of all the Mulatto children in everybody's household, but those in her own she seems to think drop from the sky or pretends so to think." - The Diary of Mary Boykin Chesnut
    5. 5. The Ties That Bind?: Religion and Slavery
    6. 6. Native and African American Resistance on the Frontier
    7. 7. Seminole Wars as Wars in Defense of Slavery
    8. 8. Alliance Black and White from Gangs of New York
    9. 9. Free Blacks Threaten Planters’ Control
    10. 10. New Frontiers and New Challenges for Southern Slavery
    11. 11. Southern Whites Move Westward and Demand Rights
    12. 12. Ravages of the Internal Slave Trade
    13. 13. The Proslavery Movement's Ideological Defense of Slavery
    14. 14. Resistance to Industrialization and the Limits of Economic Diversification
    15. 15. Extending the Empire for Slavery
    16. 16. The Lure of New Territories to the South and West
    17. 17. The War with Mexico
    18. 18. Nation Divided Over War with Mexico
    19. 19. Nation Divided Over War with Mexico
    20. 20. Manifest Destiny and the Conflict over Slavery in the New Territories
    21. 21. Territorial Expansion and Political Turmoil

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