AP US ch 16
slavery was reinvigorated
As a result of the introduction of the cotton gin,...
dominated society and politics in the South
Members of the planter aristocracy...
its excessive cultivation of cotton despoiled good land
Plantation agriculture was wasteful largely because...
commanded a sizable household staff of mostly female slaves
disliking the individuals but liking the race
Northern attitudes toward free blacks can best be described as
hobbled the economic development of the region as a whole
The profitable southern slave system...
generally spared dangerous work
Regarding work assignments, slaves were
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...
newer states of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana
By 1860, life for slaves was difficult in the...
most slaves were raised in single unstable parent households
All of the following were true of slavery in the South except that...
in stable two-parent households
Most slaves were raised...
In the pre-Civil War South, the most uncommon and least successful form of slave resistance was...
John Quincy Adams
Which one of the following has least in common with the other four?
supported by the black leader Martin Delany
The idea of recolonizing blacks to Africa was...
American Colonization Society, American Anti-Slavery Society, Liberty party
Arrange the following in chronological order: the founding of the American Colonization Society, American Anti-Slavery Society, Liberty party
the immediate abolition of slavery in the South
William Lloyd Garrison pledged his dedication to...
abolitionist golden trumpet
Elijah P. Lovejoy
abolitionist newspaper publisher
William Lloyd Garrison
Many abolitionists turned to political action in 1840 when they backed the presidential candidate of the...
The voice of white southern abolitionism fell silent at the beginning of the...
were creating disorder in America
Those in the North who opposed the abolitionists believed that these opponents of slavery...