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HIST111 Chapter 3 Notes

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HIST111 Chapter 3 Notes History 111

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These notes focus on the African Slave Trade while defining cultural aspects of slavery and comparing the difference between classical and chattel slavery.
United States History to 1865
Dr. Eric Rose
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cleopatra Shabazz on Sunday September 25, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to History 111 at University of South Carolina taught by Dr. Eric Rose in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 107 views. For similar materials see United States History to 1865 in History at University of South Carolina.


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Date Created: 09/25/16
Chapter 3 Important Term Definition/Main Idea Important People/Places Triangular Trade Europe Raw Materials Americas Trade Goods Slaves Africa African Slave Trade (1500-1900)     Sugar = luxury crop     Brazil + the Caribbean = sugar plantations  Huge demand for labor  Yoruba (present day Nigeria): center of slave trade  Portugal  Traveled along west coast of Africa     Sugar = WHITE GOLD  1300s: sugar is being grown on Madeira Island o Very hard to make slaves work on islands      Sa éTom o Island off the coast of Africa o Sugar mining (15  century) Classical vs Chattel Slavery Classical Chattel Race was not defined Law codified race One generation Hereditary through parents Tradition Supply and Demand Cultural Spectrum of Slavery  Slavery = Good     Phillis Wheatley o Enslaved at age 7 o Learned how to read and write      Famous Poet         female slave to publish a book      Christianity makes Wheatley grateful for slavery  Slavery = Bad     Saramaka Tribe o Lived in the jungle o Fought the Dutch against slavery o Peace Treaty = freedom Key Terms  Africanism: language or culture with African characteristics o Gullah Culture in South Carolina  Diaspora: forcing people to spread out  Fictive Kinship: familiar bonds are created with people who are not blood relatives  Syncretism: two or more religious systems are combined into one new religious belief o  Candombl  é: Brazilian god       combination of African and Portuguese gods  both gods were famous for killing a dragon  Ogum + St. George = Candomblé


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