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CHIC 190- Week 3

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CHIC 190- Week 3 CHIC 190 12

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These notes cover Slavery in the 1800s and study questions!
Freshman Seminar
Jorge Andres Herrera
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Date Created: 02/20/16
February 8 , 2016 CHIC­190 Notes Slavery 17­1800s vs 2015 Lord de la Warr (man of war): “Delaware” 1.    The Tempest: a.    Prospero (light skin European) , Miranda, Ariel and Caliban b.    Prospero blames Caliban against sexual assault against his daughter Miranda and wants to keep him  as property. 2.    Origins of Slavery in the US a.    The first African slaves were brought to Jamestown, Virginia in 1619. The English settlers treated  these captives as indentured servants and released them after a number of years b.    Massachusetts was the first colony to legalize slavery in 1641. Other colonies followed suit by  passing laws that passed slavery on to the children of slacees and making non­Christian imported slaves  for life c.    When CAL entered the union in 1850, its constitution shut out slavery d.    States such as Oregon and California were territories that discussed joining the Union as free or slave states e.    Slavery may still be around but with undocument people today f.    Euro­American migrants to the Paccifix Northwest often came from areas of the country most  affected by slavery and anti­black attitudes, and they sought to place similar restrictions on black settlers  with regard to voting rights, right to own property. Or even remain in the region g.    Slaves knew of the instability of California slavery and the situation in the west and used it to their  advantage with their slave owners 3.    Homestead Act a.    Homestead act­ one of the 3 US Fedral laws that gave an applicant freehold title to and area called a  “homestead”= typically 160 areas of undeveloped federal land west of the Mississippi River b.    Homestead act of 1862­ was signed into law by President Lincoln in c.    Between 1840­1860 the afro American population of the Pacific Northwest never exceeded d.    Holmes Vs Ford                                              i   American court case in Oregon territory that freed a slave family in  the                                            ii.   :Lasted 11 months                   e.    Black resisted slavery in Oregon either through the legal process or by flight. 4.    By the #s a.    Early afro American pop in the Pacific Northwesr was small, 58 in 1850 an 154 in 1860 (many were  farmers, skilled laborersm aristans, or servants) b.    Two of the regions more noted early black residents, George bush and George Washington (not the  presidents), eventually became wealthy farmers after settling in western Washington 5.    George Bush a.    Had a Caucasian wife b.    Was a free slave in the state Missouri c.   Bush saw Oregon Country as new land, but mot neceddarily one that would be totally under  American Control 6.    George Washington a.   Settled in Lewis County in 1852 b.    Was born a slave but was emancipated and reared by white ppl 7.    Oregon is too white Study Questions: ∙    How did European immigrants and Americans in Oregon discriminate against blacks? 1.    Denied migration to the United States 2.    Denied their voting rights   ∙    In what ways did the black freedmen who made their way to Oregon  2/10/2016 study questions ­how do native americans accounts of their origins compare with the blibiical version of the  creaton of the earth and its peopling? why are the former classified as “myth” and the latter as “religion”? ­in what ways did the black freedmen who made their way to oregon fight against  discrimination? what jobs did black cowboys perform? ­how were blacks viewed in 1800s society? ­what were race relations like in the western cattle society *page 101 (symbolism of language)


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