Had the same rights as whites.
Lived side by side with whites.
Preferred living apart from whites.
Faced discrimination and racism.
It decreased the value of slaves.
It ended the Atlantic slave trade.
It made slaves' lives easier.
It increased the demand for slaves.
Organizing salve uprisings.
Killing their owners.
Finding ways to avoid work.
Running away to the North.
Treating slaves like grown-up children.
Threatening severe punishment to slaves who did not obey.
Keeping slaves ignorant about the world beyond their owner's land.
Promising slaves their freedom if they worked hard.
Taught their children the value of silence.
Brought joy and comfort to each other.
Kept their African languages alive.
Preached a message of obedience to their owners.
Sent back to Africa.
Caught while running away.
Sold away from their families.
Disrespectful to their elders.
Slaveholders were the South's natural leaders.
The South's economy depended on slave labor.
They would have their own slaves someday.
The Constitution did not ban slavery in the South.
The living conditions endured by slaves.
The songs and spirituals sung by slaves.
The stories and folktales told by slaves.
The art and quilts created by slaves.
The rising value of slaves
The growth of the cotton kingdom
The end of the Atlantic slave trade
The routes followed by runaway slaves
Stayed about the same.
West into the Mississippi Valley and Texas.
South into Florida and the Caribbean.
East onto islands off the Atlantic Coast.
North into the Ohio Valley and Louisiana Territory.
Georgia and Alabama.
Virginia and Kentucky.
Texas and Arkansas.
Louisiana and Mississippi.
They didn't want to know anything about slaves' feelings and opinions.
They knew how slaves felt but didn't care about their opinions.
They knew little about how slaves felt because slaves were afraid to be truthful.
The knew exactly how slaves felt.
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