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  1. 1827-1831 Abolitionist EventsAbolitionist were against slavery but they were not in favor of treating African Americans as full citizens / racial equality.

    moral suasion
    politics

          

  2. Richard AllenSingle most important religious leader.

          

  3. Toussaint Louverture...

          

  4. ethnic notionAfricans had a narrow sense of identity => African identity was established => Colored Americans

          

  5. Industrial RevolutionPreacher. Starts a major uprising in souther Virginia. He gets about 60 co conspirators and start killing the whites on the plantations. There is a a backlash on controlling slavery in the southern states. There are now more laws on slaves not being able to red or write.

          

  6. Abolition of the Atlantic slave trade (1808)...

          

  7. Ordinance...

          

  8. AbolitionistAbolitionist were against slavery but they were not in favor of treating African Americans as full citizens / racial equality.

    moral suasion
    politics

          

  9. Paul Cuffeeship owner, sailor. shipping business, owned several ships. One of the most earliest activist that was agains emigration and colonization. Active until death. (1790-1815) He had a plan to settle African Americans in Sierra Leone.

          

  10. Missouri Compromise (1820)The land west of the Mississippi was purchased by Thomas Jefferson. Gives the united state control of the Mississippi river. It was bought from France who was having issues and having their own wars in Europe.

          

  11. gradual emancipation1776 united states declares itself independent of great Britain. States were developed.

    All states have to define themselves legally by creating states constitutions.

    Pen. In 1780 passes a gradual emancipation. slavery would be gradual way to fade out slavery gradually. Anyone who is a slave remains a slave for the rest of his or her life. Any child born into slavery is still born a slave. ****That person will remain a slave before that person reaches a certain age.

          

  12. minstrel showsimitate and degrade african american behavior.

          

  13. American Colonization Society (1817)Wanted to encourage free blacks form the united states to the west coast of Africa. This organizations was made up of whites who were influential to the society. Can spread true religion and civilization. Help people that have no rights in the united states. This can be used to phase out slavery in the United States. The motives were really to get rid of all of the free blacks in the United States so the only blacks that were left were slaves.

    15,OOO people went to Liberia under the condition of being freed from slavery.

          

  14. 1790 status of African americans700k slaves, 60k free slaves (27k in the north, 33,000 in the south). The free black societies were spread out and didn't have a shaping influence to the south. The free slaves are always at risk of being enslaved or getting a backlash from the dominate white society.

          

  15. Fredrick Douglasskilled coaker. In his early teens he spent time in baltimore. He learned to read and write working along side free blacks and free white sailors. This opened up opportunities.

          

  16. Absalom JonesAbolitionist were against slavery but they were not in favor of treating African Americans as full citizens / racial equality.

    moral suasion
    politics

          

  17. Prince HallA man who was born a slave and became a free man during the revolutionary era and was a sailor. As a sailor, he was a cosmopolitan person. He wanted to join the Masons. He was denied to the Masons because of his race.

          

  18. the general colored societyblack leaders in Boston that meet put o discuss problems/issues.

          

  19. AME becomes a domination in ___Abolitionist were against slavery but they were not in favor of treating African Americans as full citizens / racial equality.

    moral suasion
    politics

          

  20. William Lloyd GarrisonAn African American newspaper established in 1837. New York city.

          

  21. Gabriel's Rebellion (1800)pg 88

          

  22. freedoms journalfounded in new york. Samuel cornish was one of the writers. They wanted to have a voice for African Americans in the public sphere. 1827-1829

          

  23. emigration / colonization1776 united states declares itself independent of great Britain. States were developed.

    All states have to define themselves legally by creating states constitutions.

    Pen. In 1780 passes a gradual emancipation. slavery would be gradual way to fade out slavery gradually. Anyone who is a slave remains a slave for the rest of his or her life. Any child born into slavery is still born a slave. ****That person will remain a slave before that person reaches a certain age.

          

  24. Slavery in the North vs. Souththe term used to describe the interactions and relationships that develop among the enslaved african americans in the south. These communities can develop in a significant and complex way.

          

  25. Free black concentrated statesFreedom were limited, laws discriminated by race. opportunities were limited, but they were able to create structures and leader that have a shaping influence.

          

  26. troubles for free blacks:70,000

          

  27. gang and task laborSingle most important religious leader. founder of the free African Society. Was a slave in Delaware then in Pennsylvania. Around 1780, he is able to purchase his own freedom. He becomes converted as a teenager and persuasive enough to work outside of slavery to raise money for his freedom.

          

  28. Colored Americanpg 105 113 116

          

  29. # of Free blacks 1860450,000

          

  30. Haitian Revolution (1791-1804)1804, Haiti was established as the black state that overthrew the french government.

          

  31. Cotton KingdomAfter the 1790's cotton becomes prominent. Expanding of slave system in the southern west.

          

  32. # of Free blacks 1800An African American newspaper established in 1837. New York city.

          

  33. 1830: status of blacksfree blacks = 320,000 (138,000 in the north, 182,000 in the south.)

          

  34. QUESTION 4 THEMEpg 105 113 116

          

  35. Denmark VeseySingle most important religious leader. founder of the free African Society. Was a slave in Delaware then in Pennsylvania. Around 1780, he is able to purchase his own freedom. He becomes converted as a teenager and persuasive enough to work outside of slavery to raise money for his freedom.

          

  36. Importance of the black organizations1.) Developing leaders / leadership skills
    2.) networks of communication and activism.
    Becomes the foundation of the activism in the 1980s.

          

  37. harriet jacobsimitate and degrade african american behavior.

          

  38. how slaves resisted slaveryThe abolition of the trans atlantic trade system. (1808) The Great Britain and United States. There is a huge demand for cotton economies in the south, so slaves from places like Virginia Maryland were sold to the south and bought cheap from their states. It fed the demand for the slave labor.

          

  39. 1780-Mid 1800's127

          

  40. domestic slave trade...

          

  41. Black in the north:Freedom were limited, laws discriminated by race. opportunities were limited, but they were able to create structures and leader that have a shaping influence.

          

  42. Bethel AME ChurchAfrican Methodist Episcopal
    established 1794 by Richard allen in Pennsylvania.

          

  43. malapropismAbolitionist were against slavery but they were not in favor of treating African Americans as full citizens / racial equality.

    moral suasion
    politics

          

  44. slavery (antebellum) 1860 ___ # of slaves4 million

          

  45. Masons:The masons became more exclusive and only helped members. No disrespectful behavior was tolerated. Provide services to their members. Provides job training.

          

  46. slavery becomes a ___ relationship. Legally slaves were chattel, they were property. In reality, slaves were people and have their own ideas and identity. There were a wide variety in what slaves brought to the table.negotiated

          

  47. 1787 Northwest Ordinance.Set up a system in which new states could enter the united states. Divided up into states later on. Territorial constitution. The national congress must approve your constitution then you are granted the ability to start your state. Ohio River is the geographical border that is used to define who is the

    North of the Ohio borders is where slavery was not legal. Below this line slavery was still an option.

          

  48. Slave communities create a ____fictive kinship

          

  49. Abd al-Rahman Ibrahima1776 united states declares itself independent of great Britain. States were developed.

    All states have to define themselves legally by creating states constitutions.

    Pen. In 1780 passes a gradual emancipation. slavery would be gradual way to fade out slavery gradually. Anyone who is a slave remains a slave for the rest of his or her life. Any child born into slavery is still born a slave. ****That person will remain a slave before that person reaches a certain age.

          

  50. Domestic slave tradepg 124

          

  51. Northwest TerritorySet up a system in which new states could enter the united states. Divided up into states later on. Territorial constitution. The national congress must approve your constitution then you are granted the ability to start your state. Ohio River is the geographical border that is used to define who is the

    North of the Ohio borders is where slavery was not legal. Below this line slavery was still an option.

          

  52. Free African Society...

          

  53. Solomon NorthupVermont constitution states that slavery is prohibited. There were few slaves in Vermont before this constitution. The people who olds slaves are loosing their property. The number of slave holders were small so it was easy for them to follow through with the American ideology of freedom and liberty.

          

  54. West Indian Emancipation...

          

  55. Articles of confederation (1777-1789)1804, Haiti was established as the black state that overthrew the french government.

          

  56. Nat Turner RebellionPreacher. Starts a major uprising in souther Virginia. He gets about 60 co conspirators and start killing the whites on the plantations. There is a a backlash on controlling slavery in the southern states. There are now more laws on slaves not being able to red or write.

          

  57. Marylandslavery became less prevalent. this becomes a society with slaves instead of a slave society.

          

  58. 1829 - a fews african american in Boston writes a publication. "David Walker's Appeal"pointing out the hypocrisy of "free America" and christianity.

          

  59. slave communitythe term used to describe the interactions and relationships that develop among the enslaved african americans in the south. These communities can develop in a significant and complex way.

          

  60. 1829 - Cincinnati Riot1776 united states declares itself independent of great Britain. States were developed.

    All states have to define themselves legally by creating states constitutions.

    Pen. In 1780 passes a gradual emancipation. slavery would be gradual way to fade out slavery gradually. Anyone who is a slave remains a slave for the rest of his or her life. Any child born into slavery is still born a slave. ****That person will remain a slave before that person reaches a certain age.

          

  61. Louisiana Purchase (1803)Slavery is illegal in certain states, but slaves were supposed to be return and slave owners had the right to get their slave back if they were caught.

          

  62. Fugitive Law (1793)Slavery is illegal in certain states, but slaves were supposed to be return and slave owners had the right to get their slave back if they were caught.

          

  63. .David Walker127

          

  64. Ethnic IdentityAfricans had a narrow sense of identity => African identity was established => Colored Americans

          

  65. Different organizations created by black in the north1.) Mutual aid societies
    ---Free African Society (1787)
    2.) fraternal organizations: masons - 1786
    3.) church

          

  66. 1800-1860referred as antebellum

          

  67. Cotton gin (1793)Two slaves working the cotton gin could produce the same amount of cotton as a hundred slaves producing cotton. Picked up slavery when slavery abolishment was being discussed.

          

  68. Three types of organizations become significant: (Northern states)1.) Mutual aid societies
    ---Free African Society (1787)
    2.) fraternal organizations: masons - 1786
    3.) church

          

  69. 1780-Mid 1800's (north)In the south were slavery is king and cotton becomes central. You have a dispersal of the black population in rural areas. Agriculture extends to new territory, making slavery extend. Most plantations have a few slaves. Plantations with hundreds of slaves are very rare.

          

  70. Church...

          

  71. Richard Allen:Single most important religious leader.

          

  72. Henry Highland GarnetSingle most important religious leader.

          

  73. VermontVermont constitution states that slavery is prohibited. There were few slaves in Vermont before this constitution. The people who olds slaves are loosing their property. The number of slave holders were small so it was easy for them to follow through with the American ideology of freedom and liberty.

          

  74. as abolitionists increases, there is a backlashenslaved people in urban areas were skilled workmen. They had more choices in life than those who lived in the south. The plantations wonders were extremely severe and harsh. There were more free blacks in baltimore than there were slaves.

          

  75. 1830 - Convention movementfree blacks = 320,000 (138,000 in the north, 182,000 in the south.)

          

  76. slavery (antebellum) 1800 ___ # of slaves800,000