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Grade 5 Civil War
Which of the following describes slavery's role in the Southern economy?
  1. Slavery was expensive.
  2. Slavery was forbidden.
  3. Slavery was a luxury.
  4. Slavery was profitable.
Grade 12 Civil Rights

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Grade 4 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 5 Civil War
To abolish slavery means to
  1. get rid of it.
  2. maintain it.
  3. support it.
  4. run away from it.
Grade 11 Civil War
The movement to end slavery
  1. abolition
  2. emancipation
  3. master
  4. apprentice
Grade 7 Formation of the USA
In the Republic of Texas, slavery was
  1. required.
  2. legal.
  3. abolished.
  4. established.
Grade 5 Civil War
To abolish slavery means
  1. to get rid of it
  2. to maintain it
  3. to support it
  4. to run away from it
Grade 4 Civil War
An end to slavery is called?
  1. abolition
  2. reconstruction
  3. black codes
  4. secede
Grade 6 Summarizing CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.6.3

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What effect did the cotton gin have on slavery?
  1. It caused slavery to decline.
  2. It caused slavery to increase.
  3. It had no effect on slavery.
  4. It caused slaves to leave.
Grade 6 Civil War
What amendment abolished slavery?
  1. the 19th
  2. The Bill of RIghts
  3. The slavery amendment
  4. the 13th
Grade 6 Civil War
An abolitionist is someone who
  1. makes speeches
  2. is in favor of slavery
  3. destroys things
  4. is against slavery
Grade 4 Civil War
Grade 8 Civil War
The Anti-Slavery Association believed in
  1. slavery as an evil.
  2. spreading slavery to the north.
  3. the colonization movement to free slaves to Africa.
  4. southern planters who agreed to free their slaves.
  5. Both a and c
Grade 9 US Laws and Amendments
Grade 11 Reconstruction
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