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The leader of the 1831 slave uprising in Southampton County, Virginia, was ________.
The majority of slaves worked ________.
What did the young children of plantation slaves do while their parents worked?
Slave marriages tended to last longer on ________.
Why were slave families in the upper South so often headed by women?
Slave religion was typically ________.
The typical way for most slaves to express discontent was ________.
If a former slave could not prove he or she had been legally freed, then he or she was likely to be ________.
At the time of the Civil War, ________.
Planters who owned large plantation houses with at least fifty slaves made up about ______ percent of the white population in the South in 1860.
Who was the typical small slaveholder?
The yeoman farmers of the South ________.
What was the primary source of income for most yeoman farmers?
What was one goal of the American Colonization Society?
How did apologists describe the institution of slavery before the 1830s?
How did southern opinion about the morality of slavery change during the 1830s?
At the time of the Civil War, there were approximately ________ slaves in the South.
The most profitable commodity bought and sold in the upper tier of the southern states was ________.
The internal slave trade in the United States ran from ________.
The institution of slavery became even more entrenched in the South because of the increasing importance of ________.
The invention that permitted the great expansion of cotton cultivation was the ________.
During the nineteenth century, the center of cotton production ________.
Who profited most from the union of slavery and cotton production?
Which identifies an important effect of the violent slave rebellion of 1831?
Which best describes the "gang" labor performed by many slaves on large plantations?
Which description best describes the "task" labor that many slaves performed on large plantations?
Which identifies an advantage to slaves living on large plantations with stable slave populations?
During the Second Seminole War of 1835"“1842, ________.
Free blacks in the South faced each of the following limitations EXCEPT ________.
The typical great planter of the pre-Civil War South was ________.
In which way did the richest plantation families resemble a traditional landed aristocracy?
Most southern planters considered their slaves to be ________.
Which description best identifies how Christian slaveholders justified the enslavement of other human beings?
Which practice provides some support for the idea that planters were benevolent parents to their slaves?
Why would most slaves typically prefer living and working on a plantation rather than a small farm?
The prosperity of the southern yeoman was limited by the lack of ________.
Which correctly describes the attitudes of southern yeoman farmers?
Hinton R. Helper tried to convince southern yeoman farmers that ________.
Nonslaveholders in the South followed the leadership of slave owners because they ________.
Southern proslavery arguments did NOT include the belief that slavery was ________.
Southern apologists claimed the master-slave relationship was more humane than the employer-worker relationship because it offered ________.
When tobacco prices sagged after 1820, ________.
Which statement is true of cotton agriculture in the pre-Civil War era?
The cotton economy of the lower South ________.
White southerners in the 1830s began portraying free blacks as savages because they were trying to ________.
According to the authors, inequalities based on race were exacerbated by inequalities based on ________.