Matthew masonMatthew mason
Associate Professor, Department of History, Brigham Young University, Fall 2009 present
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The Abolition of The Slave Trade AbolitionismThe Abolition of The Slave Trade Abolitionism
African captives than any nation (an estimated three million); Britain's colonies in the Caribbean and mainland North America produced vast quantities of tropical goods (sugar, tobacco, rice, indigo) for the home market
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Black and British? History, Identity and Citizenship Andrew Wrenn AbstractBlack and British? History, Identity and Citizenship Andrew Wrenn Abstract
United Kingdom, set against the discourses about the historic development of British and other identities as well as strands of post-modern thinking
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Plas course Proposal Global History: Comparative World SlaveryPlas course Proposal Global History: Comparative World Slavery
This course will end with an examination of how societies have memorialized and remembered—or forgotten about—slavery, focusing on the portrayals of slavery in film and popular literature
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Suppression of the Atlantic slave trade: Abolition from ship to shoreSuppression of the Atlantic slave trade: Abolition from ship to shore
Such an approachpromises new insights into what the anti-slave-trade patrols meant to Britain and what the campaign of ‘liberation’ meant for those enslaved Africans andnavalpersonnel, including black sailors
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Topic: Slavery and Secession Theme: Pre-War Politics and Secession BackgroundTopic: Slavery and Secession Theme: Pre-War Politics and Secession Background
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0Instructional Objectives0Instructional Objectives
European voyages of expansion. They should also be able to assess the impact of overseas expansion on the conquered societies, on enslaved Africans, and on world trade. Finally
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Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade dbq nameTrans-Atlantic Slave Trade dbq name
Directions: The following questions are based on the accompanying Documents 1 The documents have been edited for the purpose of the exercise. Write your answer on your own paper
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Albert von Dantzig Rerue Francoise d historic d outré-merAlbert von Dantzig Rerue Francoise d historic d outré-mer
The Atlantic Slave Trade had different effects on various slaves of Africa. Also, the trade affected the people on a micro level as well. Among there people you are able to distinguish
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The movement of millions of Africans to the New World, during a period ofThe movement of millions of Africans to the New World, during a period of
First, what effects did the trade (and the loss of so many people) have on Africa itself? Second, how important was the trade to the development of the Americas? Third, what was the impact of the trade on Europe?
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The transatlantic slave trade and the liberian civil warThe transatlantic slave trade and the liberian civil war
Two Hundred Years after the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Issues and Perspectives
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Instructional objectivesInstructional objectives
Describe and give concrete illustrations of the effects of the Atlantic system on African, European, and American societies and their environments
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Notes – The Atlantic World (Chapter 20) 20-1 Spain Builds an American EmpireNotes – The Atlantic World (Chapter 20) 20-1 Spain Builds an American Empire
What country was Columbus sailing for? What was he searching for? Where did he end up?
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5th Grade Slavery in the Western Hemisphere Inquiry How Did Sugar Feed Slavery?5th Grade Slavery in the Western Hemisphere Inquiry How Did Sugar Feed Slavery?
What conditions supported sugar production and slavery in the Western Hemisphere?
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The Atlantic Slave Trade AssignmentThe Atlantic Slave Trade Assignment
Read p. 132-136 mwh 2 View Crash Course: The Slave Trade and ship of Slaves: Middle Passage
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