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How Linguists Approach the Study of Language and DialectHow Linguists Approach the Study of Language and Dialect
African American Vernacular English [aave], we need to explain some of the premises under which linguists operate, the kinds of principles which are usually covered in the first chapter of introductory textbooks on linguistics
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Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861
The North, however, saw the development of a distinct black elite, replete with businessmen, clergy, doctors, lawyers, artists, musicians, and writers
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Grade, Dual Enrollment us history, 90 minutesGrade, Dual Enrollment us history, 90 minutes
Abraham Lincoln, who was viewed as a politician hostile toward slavery. Lincoln’s goal was to hold the union together, with national law supreme over the laws of the states
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The End of the Road: Canada as Refuge for U. S. SlavesThe End of the Road: Canada as Refuge for U. S. Slaves
Defenders of this institution manipulated scientific arguments and Biblical scripture to show that slavery was an acceptable practice. Other proponents suggested that the slaves were content in bondage
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Chapter 11 – The Peculiar Institute : Focus Questions (1st and 7th)Chapter 11 – The Peculiar Institute : Focus Questions (1st and 7th)
Focus Question #1: How did slavery shape social and economic relations in the old south?
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Grade level: Secondary ObjectivesGrade level: Secondary Objectives
Lesson Creator: New Jersey Center for Civic Education, Rutgers University, Piscataway, nj
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Essay by Celine ClarkEssay by Celine Clark
It deeply influenced views of other aspects of slave life including family mores, religion, music, folk tales, art, and the nature and extent of slave resistance to oppression
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Source Report on Freedom: a documentary History of Emancipation 1861-1867Source Report on Freedom: a documentary History of Emancipation 1861-1867
We also hear from military officers and soldiers. There are complains lodged by slaveowners that their slaves are escaping. We hear the voices of abolitionists. Freedom features myriad speakers and just as many different points of view
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Us history IUs history I
Why was the election of 1860 considered the most extreme case of regional politics in us history?
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Reading Guide Use these terms and questions to guide your outliningReading Guide Use these terms and questions to guide your outlining
What role did territorial expansion play in the tensions leading to the Civil War?
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Confederate StrategyConfederate Strategy
Confederate leadership failed to recognize and adopt the optimal strategy. This paper will attempt to identify the origins and developments of the northern invasion, and illustrate why, given the circumstances
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Mr. Madison’s WarMr. Madison’s War
Ocratic-Republicans for the successful acquisition of the Louisiana Purchase (1803). Federalists were upset because they realized that the land purchase arrangement would allow the agrarian West to grow stronger and thus dilute the political power of merchant
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15-3 Slavery Dominates Politics15-3 Slavery Dominates Politics
Disagreement over slavery led to the formation of the Republican Party and heightened sectional tensions
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