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Tap Into History- Early Tap History (1600s-1830s)
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What activity was often allowed on slave ships but not on plantations?
In the 1700s, African percussive rhythms met what type of English dance?
British Jigs and Reels
In the 1800s, a combination of the Irish upright torso, minimal hip motion, and intricate footwork with the African relaxed upper body, hip-centered movement and flat-footed shuffling and gliding created what type of dance?
What activity did plantation owners organize that brought slaves together to dance against each other?
competitions or contests
Why were slaves given opportunities to dance on the slave ships?
For exercise so they would arrive in good shape.
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