Dominated society and politics in the South.
Members of the planter aristocracy. . .
The South reaped all profits from the cotton trade.
All of the following were true of the American economy under Cotton Kingdom except. . .
Its excessive cultivation of cotton despoiled good land.
Plantation agriculture was wasteful largely because. . .
Competition with slave labor.
German and Irish immigration to the South was discouraged by. . .
Only about_____ of white southerners owned slaves or belonged to a slaveholding family.
Most slaves in the South were owned by?
The great increase of the slave population in the first half of the 19th Century was largely due to?
They could not effort the purchase price.
The majority of southern whites owned no slaves because?
Disliking the individuals but liking the race.
Northern attitudes toward free blacks can best be described as?
Discrimination was common.
For free blacks living in the north,
The enforced separation of slave families.
Perhaps the slave's greatest psychological horror, and the theme of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, was?
Deep South states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
By 1860, slaves were concentrated in the "black belt" located in the?
Deep South states of Georgia and Florida.
By 1860, life for slaves was most difficult in the?
Slave life on the frontier was harder than that of life in the more settled areas.
All of the following were true of slavery in the South exempt that?
Refusing to get an education.
Slaves fought the system of slavery in all of the following ways exempt by?
John Q. Adams
Which of the following has least in common with the three?
Nat Turner, John Q. Adams, Denmark Vessey, Gabriel Prosser.
The immediate abolition of slavery in the south.
William Lloyd Garrison pledged his dedication to?
Placed themselves in opposition to the North but on the side of the Western world.
In arguing for the continuation of slavery after 1830, southerners. . .
Dreamed of one day owning slaves themselves.
Even those who did not own slaves in the pre-Civil War South supported that institution because they?
About two-thirds of the southern cotton crop was sod to New England textile mills.
Cotton became important to the prosperity of the North as well as the South because?
Slavery was reinvigorated.
As a result of the introduction of the cotton gin...
Most white southerners were...
The group of northerners who were opposed to the abolitionist movement were the?
Purchasing their way out of slavery.
Some southern slaves gained their freedom as a result of?
The Black Belt.
By 1860, slaves were concentrated in the deep South states of Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana referred to as?
A dependence on the North for trade and manufacturing.
Among the economic consequences of the South's cotton economy was?
The primary market for southern cotton production was?
Economically profitable investments.
Most slave owners treated their slaves as?
A positive good.
After 1830, most Southerners came to look on slavery as?
The term for the South that emphasized its economic dependence on a single staple product was?