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Grade 11 Civil War
The freeing of slaves with no payment to the slave owners
  1. emancipation
  2. strike
  3. abolition
  4. gag rule
Grade 7 Africa and Middle East
What is the difference between an indentured slave and a slave?
  1. they are the same
  2. women could not be indentured slaves
  3. indentured slaves could work their way to freedom
  4. wages were less for slaves
Grade 7 Colonial Period
Slave Labor
  1. Forced labor that was mainly used in the southern colonies
  2. Law that said colonies who pay their way to Virginia will receive 50 acres of land for each person they bring
  3. Leader of the Puritans
  4. Document giving colonists permission to settle in a certain area
  5. Document the Pilgrims signed to govern their colony
  6. Laborers who worked for 3 - 7 years in exchange for payment to America
  7. Trade laws the English put in place to control the American colonies
  8. Founded Pennsylvania
Grade 5 Civil War
A slave is a person                           
  1. owned by another person
  2. who works on a farm
  3. who cooks for other people
  4. who runs away
Grade 5 Social Studies Words
slave state
  1. regional loyalty
  2. states that allow slavery
  3. states that do not allow slavery
  4. people are the ultimate source of their government, democracy
None World History
Who went from slave to freedman and then later to slave-owner?
  1. Dr. Martin Luther King
  2. Harriet Tubman
  3. Samuel Francis
  4. Anthony Johnson
Grade 5 The People Could Fly CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RL.5.4
In the story, what is an overseer?
  1. A fellow slave
  2. A person watching the slaves
  3. God
  4. Someone who helps slaves
Grade 8 Civil War
Just before the passage of the Missouri Compromise, the number of free states and slave states was
  1. 11 free, 11 slave.
  2. 10 free, 12 slave.
  3. 6 free, 16 slave.
  4. 16 free, 6 slave
Grade 8 Civil War
Just before the passage of the Missouri Compromise, the number of free states and slave states was
  1. 11 free, 11 slave.
  2. 10 free, 12 slave.
  3. 6 free, 16 slave.
  4. 16 free, 6 slave
Grade 8 Civil War
Slaves typically worked on/in:                     
  1. Southern Plantations
  2. Northern Plantations
  3. Southern Cotton Farms
  4. Textile Mills
  5. Grocery Stores
Grade 8 Civil War
The slave codes were
  1. rules to protect the general welfare of enslaved people.
  2. ways for enslaved people to secretly communicate with one another other.
  3. laws that controlled the lives of enslaved African Americans.
  4. guidelines for freeing a certain number of enslaved people every year.
Grade 2 Civil Rights
What was Sojourner Truth?
  1. A slave at first, then an abolitionist
  2. A lawyer and a judge
  3. A slave owner
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