Slavery in the 19th Century
A document-based teaching unit
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Through a variety of documents, including letters by abolitionists, slave codes, parish records, and folktales, students will explore the effects of slavery throughout society in the first half of the nineteenth century. Includes lessons on African-American culture, slaves’ resistance, abolition, women’s rights, and an annotated bibliography.
Lesson 1: Justification of Slavery and Its Effects on Whites
Lesson 2: Enslaved Labor
Lesson 3: African-American Culture Forged in Bondage
Lesson 4: Slave Resistance
Lesson 5: Abolition: The Leaders and Their Ideas
Lesson 6: Abolition and Women's Rights
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