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  • Warm-up Spend five minutes sharing your chart answers with you neighbor. If they have something you dont, add it (and vice- versa). Spend five minutes sharing your chart answers with you neighbor. If they have something you dont, add it (and vice- versa).
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  • Review Chat Together
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  • Middle Passage Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnV_MTFEGIY
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  • I. Slavery in the Colonies: Middle Passage 1) What do you think happened to slaves after when the slave ships got to the American Colonies? 2) Do you think the conditions of slaves were better or worse after they arrived in the Colonies? Why?
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  • II. Differences Among the Colonies The geography of the American colonies varied from one colony to another. For example, in the Middle and Southern colonies, farmers could dig into rich, fertile soil. In New England, they could not stick their shovels in the ground without hitting rocks. The geography of the American colonies varied from one colony to another. For example, in the Middle and Southern colonies, farmers could dig into rich, fertile soil. In New England, they could not stick their shovels in the ground without hitting rocks.
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  • New England New England: New England: Few slaves because small farms growing season short during winter months slaves performed little work and owners could not afford to feed and house slaves who were not working.
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  • New England In larger towns and cities slaves worked as house servants, cooks, gardeners, stable-hands Most slaves hired out to work for others on docks, shops, and warehouses.
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  • New England cont. Sometimes slaves saved enough money to free themselves. Most free African Americans lived in New England. They worked as merchants, sailors, carpenters, or landowners. However, they were still not considered equal to whites.
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  • Middle Colonies 1750- 7% of the population was enslaved 1750- 7% of the population was enslaved Slaves worked as laborers, servants, drivers, and as assistants to craftspeople Slaves worked as laborers, servants, drivers, and as assistants to craftspeople Free African Americans worked as laborers, servants, and sailors. Free African Americans worked as laborers, servants, and sailors. Slaves did rebel against slavery. Slaves did rebel against slavery.
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  • Southern Colonies Year-round growing season and rich soil was great for agriculture. Year-round growing season and rich soil was great for agriculture. Agriculture required a lot of labor and Southerners needed workers. Consequently, there was an increase in slavery. Agriculture required a lot of labor and Southerners needed workers. Consequently, there was an increase in slavery. 85% of slaves lived in the South; 40% of the Souths population was made up of slaves 85% of slaves lived in the South; 40% of the Souths population was made up of slaves
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  • Key Questions: What were they key differences between the geography and climate of New England Colonies and the Southern Colonies? What were they key differences between the geography and climate of New England Colonies and the Southern Colonies? How did weather and geography effect the amount of slaves in each colonial region? Consequently, which region had more slaves? How did weather and geography effect the amount of slaves in each colonial region? Consequently, which region had more slaves?
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  • Percentage of Population 1650 1670 1690 1710 1730 1750 NorthSouth 0 10 20 30 40 Colonial Slave Population