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Investigate the events, people, and ideas that have shaped the United States, from its colonial past to its role as a contemporary world power.
Q: What does freedom mean to former slaves
Q: When did the first enslaved africans arrive in the Americas
Q: What did the African kingdoms get for providing slave labor to the America's
Q: Why did landowners in the chesapeake begin using chattel slavery
Q: Why did so many prominent Americans from both the North and South support the colonization of freed slaves
Q: Why did relatively few slaves revolt against their masters
Q: What was one of the many jobs that many slaves performed in the Americas
Q: How did the slavery change in America
Q: Where did the slave go when they escaped
Q: What role did the North Star play in slavery
Q: How did whites treat the slaves
Q: Why were slaves renamed
Q: Why do you think most of the slaves sold to slaveholders in Texas arrived by sea
Q: Which technological development led to an increased demand for slaves in the US during the early- to mid-1800s
Q: How much did slave plantations cost
Q: What was a result of the increased demand for slave labor in the Americas and Europe during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Q: What conditions did slaves endure during their capture and transport along the middle passage
Q: Who led a slave rebellion in Virginia that killed a number of whites and heightened southern society's fear of possible revolts in 1831
Q: What were 3 advantages the American colonists had in using African slaves instead of natives to labor on the plantations
Q: Why didn't Lincoln didn't talk about slavery in the slave states
Q: What was hemp used for in the 1850s
Q: What was the largest consequence of slavery
Q: What were the roles of Black slaves and freed Blacks in the colonies
Q: Why did some white people not want to help the slaves
Q: What was the purpose of the thirteenth amendment fourteenth and fifteenth amendments added to the constitution after the civil war
Q: What are three things that happend to slaves during their first year in America
Q: What historical evidence demonstrates that blacks were being held as slaves for life by the 1640s
Q: Why did slave ships captains try to keep the captives alive
Q: What effect did Stowe s stories of little Eva Uncle Tom and Simon Legree have upon the slavery issue
Q: Who many issue did the liberator had
Q: When and how did the first slaves come to the colonies
Q: Why did the northern and southern delegates have different ideas about slavery
Q: Why were some slaves considered black gold''
Q: How long was Sam Walton the richest man in America
Q: Why did large plantation owners controlled the south
Q: How many slaves did mary molly brant have
Q: Who was Nathanial Turner
Q: What was the last northern state to abolish slavery
Q: Who did the American slave trade involve
Q: Was Lincoln pro or anti slavery
Q: Where did having indentured servants begin
Q: Why did slaves flee to the North
Q: What year did slaves first arrive in Jamestown Virginia
Q: What do you call the journey of slaves from Africa to America
Q: What year were the slaves in America freed
Q: How did diverse Africans find common ground for resistance as slaves in America
Q: Why were so many slaves needed on a plantation in the South
Q: Were there any slaves in 1925
Q: What group of peoples was taken America and sold as slaves
Q: Who suffered from slavery
Was the first Thanksgiving in the 1600's?
Why are people who cross the picket line called a scab?
What amendment makes the Bill of Rights applicable to the States?
What name was given to the period of industrialization between the Civil War and the end of the nineteen century?
What state is known as the birthplace of a nation?
What items did the pioneers need to take on their journey west?
Why did the south states believe they had the right to secede from the union?
What was the significance of the panic of 1857?
How much is a one dollar presidential coin worth?
How did the arc lamp affect America when it was created?
Which state is considered as the first state?
What is the difference between revealed law and natural law?
What did dred Scott say was unconstitutional?
What challenges did Elizabeth Blackburn face?
To what extent did the First World War and consumerism affect US soicety during the 1920s?
What speech did Martin Luther King Jr give in Washington Dc?
How many Africans were on the ship La Amistad?
What court case did it is inherently unequal to educate students with disabilities in separate facilities come from?
Compare and contrast the pueblo revolt and Pontiac's Rebellion?
How many stars were on the Confederate battle flag?
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