Published on February 9, 2009
Growth of Slavery, 1780-1865
U.S. Slave Population
Proportion of Slaves
Where Did Slaves Live?
Who Owned Slaves?
Profile of Slave Owners
Distribution of Slave Labor
Growth of Slave Population
Domestic Slave Trade
Domestic Slave Trade Routes
Resistance: Running Away
Resistance: Organized Protest
Compromise of 1850
Dred Scott Decision
Slavery in America began when the first African slaves were brought to the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619, to aid in the production ...
The emancipation of slaves in the North led to the growth in the population of northern ... African-American history and culture scholar Henry Louis ...
The Growth of Slavery is best understood by examining the following topics: "Europeans Come to Western Africa," "New World Exploration and English ...
Slides on the growth of slavery from the American Revolution until the Civil War.
Cotton and African-American ... played a major part in the growth of the modern slave economy of ... on the history of slavery in the United ...
African-American culture, ... as well as African-American slave descendants' desire to ... Museums devoted to African-American history are also found in ...
Explore black history milestones and events that shaped African-American history, ... and the continued growth of slavery seemed in doubt.
The Growth of Slavery in North America. ... Carolina authorities developed laws to keep the African American population under control. Whipping, ...
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