what were the origins of the indentured system? how did it evolve into plantation slavery?

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  1. SS

    "We seek no conquest. All we ask it to be left alone According to this quote which statement best summarizes the souths agenda A.to continue their way of life unchanged b to accept changes to the plantation system c. to change the souths borders d. to

  2. Social Studies Pretest Lesson 1 Unit 7

    1: Why is urbanization associated with the Industrial Revolution? A:The expansion of family farms refocused the nation on agriculture. B:The concentration of factories in cities brought job opportunities. C: Settlers expanded the frontier West of the

  3. u.s history

    What deterred many slaves from attempting to escape? Their family members were often on the same plantation. Their masters were required to reward them for good behavior. They did not have the necessary skills to survive off the plantation.** They were

  4. Social Studies

    How would the simultaneous admission of Missouri and Maine help to maintain peace in the United States? A. It identified the rights of Slave and Free states B.it allowed congress to prohibit Slavery C.it denied congress the power to regulate slavery D.it

  5. Geography (Ms. Sue)

    1). What three factors have contributed to the success of the American economy? 2). What are the geographic origins of some American musical styles? 3). What invention made life in the suburbs possible? My answers to these questions are the following: 1).

  6. biology

    Which one of the following statements is true? Question 6 options: Natural selection works on variation already present in a population. Natural selection works on non-heritable traits. Individuals evolve through natural selection. Organisms evolve

  7. english

    Identify the sentence that is correctly written in the simple present tense. a. Arlene teaches English at Plantation High School. b. Arlene is teaching a class right now. c. Arlene has been teaching English at Plantation High School for the past ten years.

  8. Social Studies

    Why did the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision anger Northerners? It made slavery legal in the territories. It sought to continue the series of compromises on slavery. It allowed for expansion of slavery into the North. (my answer) It created popular

  9. math

    4. Why did President Lincoln support the abolition of slavery? A. He thought that it would help the North win the war. B. He thought slavery gave too much power to the South. C. He thought that the South would surrender if slavery were abolished. D. He

  10. U.S History

    Which best expresses how Missouri's application for statehood threatened the future of slaves? It could have given more power to the states in favor of slavery.** People in the Missouri Territory had no mercy for runaway slaves. The governor of the

  11. Social Studies

    Which statement best describes how slavery was presented in Uncle Tom's Cabin? a. slavery was presented as a political problem for Congress to solve b. slavery was presented as an economical requirement for the South c. slavery was presented as a moral

  12. history

    3.Although Lincoln identified slavery as a "moral, political, and socially wrong" in 1858, what proposals did he publically agree with at the time? Select all that apply. A.allow slavery where it already existed B. eliminate slavery in every U.S. state and

  13. American History IB

    How was life on a plantation different from life on a yeoman’s farm? A. The yeoman’s farm depended on the labor of enslaved people. B. The plantation’s children were educated by tutors. C. The yeoman’s children were educated in private schools. D.

  14. History

    "We seek no conquest. All we ask is to be let alone." - Jefferson Davis According to this quote, which statement best summarizes the South’s agenda? A. to continue their way of life unchanged B. to accept changes to the plantation system C. to change the

  15. History

    Why is urbanization associated with the industrial revolution? The expansion of family farms refocused the nation on agriculture •• The concentration of factories in cities brought job opportunities Settlers expanded the frontier west of the

  16. History

    What deterred many slaves from attempting to escape? Their family members were often on the same plantation. Their masters were required to reward them for good behavior. They did not have the necessary skills to survive off the plantation. They were

  17. History

    Can someone please check my answers? :) 1. What was the greatest threat to a slave family’s stability? (1 point) the birth of a new baby an increase in cotton production *** a marriage in the slaveholder’s family the slaveholder’s acquisition of new

  18. Social Studies

    Could you help me with these questions? 1. Which statement best explains the significance of the signing of the Mayflower Compact? * 2. What was a major reason for the colonization of the Americas by Europeans? * 3. Which reason led to the establishment of

  19. World History- (Ms. Sue)

    What were the two ways that the North and the South differed by the mid-1800's? My answer: The North had a rapidly growing economy with a large and rapidly growing urban population and no slavery north of the border states. The South was dominated by a

  20. History

    Why did slavery last so long? Is my answer good enough 4 ten marks? What else do I need to add? Slavery lasted for so long for many reasons. Source A, C and E tells me about the harsh conditions slaves lived in. After the 1440's lavery became a way of life

  21. US History

    What best defines the Freeport Doctrine? A. legal counsel and jury trials should be provided for runaway slaves B. Abraham Lincoln's position that he would not interfere with the status of slavery but opposed the extension of slavery C. Stephen Douglas'

  22. AP History

    Which of the following statements about the slave trade that developed from the fifteenth century onward is correct? AThose sold into slavery by African kings were primarily undesirables such as lawbreakers or persons accused of witchcraft. [B] Slavery

  23. Geography

    1. Which group of colonists established the first free public education system? A. Spanish colonists B. New England colonists C. Middle state colonists D. Southern colonists 2. Of the following, which influenced the idea of self-government in the colonies?

  24. Social Studies

    1. Which statements best describe similarities between the Middle Colonies and the New England Colonies? Select all that apply. A. Both regions had ethnically diverse populations. B. Both had mostly good relationships with Native Americans, even though

  25. u.s. history

    Which of these labor sources was most important to the Southern colonial plantation economy? African slaves*** child labor indentured servants native Americans

  26. ap history

    36. Which of the following statements about Virginia is correct? [a The indentured servants’ chances of upward social mobility improved in the second half of the 1600s. [B] By 1640 the great majority of its plantation laborers were African slaves. [C] It

  27. SS Please check answers

    1. The admission of Missouri as a slave state was controversial in the Senate because the Senate was pro-slavery. it would create sectionalism. **it would upset the balance. the Senate was anti-slavery. 2. The main topic of the Lincoln-Douglas debates was

  28. English Language arts

    There was never anything to indicate his whereabouts. But a few days afterward, a goodly number of slaves would be gone from the plantation. Neither the master nor the overseer had heard or seen anything unusual in the quarter. Sometimes one or the other

  29. History

    What led to violence in Kansas in 1854? Northerners and Southerners disagreed over the results of the slavery vote.*** People voted for Kansas to be a slave state. People voted for Kansas to be a free state. Nebraska was split into Kansas and Nebraska. 2.

  30. History

    What were the main labor sources in the Middle colonies? Family and slaves Immigrants and slaves Immigrants and indentured servants Indentured servants and family I believe the answer is B. Immigrants and slaves

  31. History

    5.)why would americans free states want slaves state to remain part of the united states as opposed to just letting them leave the union? A.)Federal trade laws, unequal taxation, and slavery B.)Cotton processing, the slave trade, and the federal banking

  32. history

    C/C between american slavery and encomienda system. The encomienda system was a form of land ownership set up after 1492 to divide both the lands and peoples of the New World into workable pieces that were run by Spanish settlers. This system was abused.

  33. social studies

    1. The admission of Missouri as a slave state was controversial in the Senate because the Senate was pro-slavery. it would create sectionalism. it would upset the balance.*** the Senate was anti-slavery. 2. The main topic of the Lincoln-Douglas debates was

  34. american history

    The cotton gin resulted in: The death of slavery A slight increase in slavery The rejuvenation of slavery No noticeable increase in slavery The extension of slavery to the North I think it is the extension of slavery to the north. Actually I think it might

  35. US History

    Why did Thomas Paine’s Common Sense inspire colonists? A. Paine listed ways to defeat British troops. B. Paine suggested creating a colonial House of Lords in Congress. C. Paine supported a gradual move toward independence from Britain. D. Paine talked

  36. social studies

    how did the supreme court decision in dred scott v. sandord increase sectionalism? a. it gave full citizenship to african americans b. it allowed congress to prohibit slavery west of the mississippi river c. it denied congress the power to regulate slavery

  37. History

    Which of the following best explains the Dred Scott case and how it affected the debate about slavery? Dred Scott was a slave owner who learned his slave was living as a free man in a Northern state. He argued that the slave should be returned to him to

  38. Social studies

    Im not very good in SS unless i get at least some help,hints, and clues. We seek no conquest.All we seek is to be let alone. According to this quote which statement best summarizes the Souths agenda? A. to continue their way of life unchanged B. to accept

  39. HISTORY

    Which of the following was NOT a reason that slavery became more broadly used in Virginia after Bacon's Rebellion? a. the economic incentives made by the British government b. the increasing survival rate of all people in the region c. the declining price

  40. Social studies

    how did northern and southern responses to the fugitive slave law affect their relationship? A.it deepened on fear and anger B.it deepened the commitment to compromise C.it encouraged northern commitment to end plantation life D.it encourage southern

  41. history .

    How did northern and southern responses to the fugitive slave law affect their relationship? A.it deepened on fear and anger B.it deepened the commitment to compromise C.it encouraged northern commitment to end plantation life D.it encourage southern

  42. History

    In the early 1800s, Americans felt a growing sense of pride in their new nation. How did this feeling help Americans define their identity as a people? What obstacles did they face in developing this national identity? Americans were proud of the

  43. DBQ Essay

    I'm writing a paragraph in my DBQ about how the North and South divided over the issue of slavery. The North and South were divided over the issue of slavery. that's all i got ... BUT document 4 explains the divide over slavery which is related to the

  44. history

    The goal of the Lecompton constitution was to a. establish slavery in Kansas b. abolish slavery in all territories c. abolish slavery in Kansas d. uphold the Missouri Compromise A?

  45. Social studies

    Why did South Carolinians support the concept of popular sovereignty? A.it advanced the plantation system in Kansas B.it allowed slaves to be taken into any territory** C.it showed that compromise was a peaceful way to solve problems D.it was a plan

  46. african american hist.

    what were the origins of the indentured system? how did it evolve into plantation slavery?

  47. history

    What is the system called in which individuals and their children were considered property for life? A. indentured servitude** B. slavery C. middle passage D. aristocracy

  48. EPI

    I need help finding two of the six principles of economics. The website is: 150 years after fort sumter:why we're still fighting the civil war by Time Magazine One is called the people respond to incentives in predictable ways. My answer: " reigning over

  49. Social Studies

    I could use the help as soon as possible from any1, but i know some of yall r busy so take ur time! :) 16. At one point, slavery in south carolina was dying out. what renewed interest in slavery? a. the importance of tobacco b. the power of plantation

  50. Social Studies

    Slavery began in South Carolina when settlers ______. a. Captured Indians and sold them into slavery. b. Brought indentured servants from Europe. c. Brought slaves from Barbados.*** d. Imported slaves from Africa.

  51. SOCIAL STUDIES HELP!!!!

    Slavery began in south caroline when settlers ____. A. Captured Indians and sold them into slavery B. Brought indentured servants from Europe C. Brought slaves to Barbados D. Imported slaves from Africa

  52. history

    We seek no conquest. All we ask is to be let alone." - Jefferson Davis According to this quote, which statement best summarizes the South’s agenda? A. to continue their way of life unchanged B. to accept changes to the plantation system C. to change the

  53. u.s

    Why did slavery continue after the Revolution? A. The colonial government encouraged manumission. B. British, Loyalists, and Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves. C. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery. D. Slave labor

  54. American History

    Why did slavery continue after the Revolution? A. The colonial government encouraged manumission. B. British, Loyalists, and Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves. C. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery. D. Slave labor

  55. History Multiple Choice

    Why did slavery continue after the Revolution? A. Slave labor was important to the New England economy. B. The colonial government encouraged manumission. C. British, Loyalists, and Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves. D. The Southern

  56. history

    Which of these labor sources was most important to the Southern colonial plantation economy? African slaves Child labor Indentured servants** Native Americans

  57. english

    can you help with finding grammar and punctuation error in this paragraph: When plenty of people think of racism in America to date their mind tends to go back to slavery. The idea that numerous people don't consider is that slavery could have existed in

  58. SC History

    Slavery began in South Carolina when ----------? 1)captured Indians and sold them into slavery 2)brought indentured servants from Europe 3)brought slaves from Barbados 4) imported slaves from Africa ++++ My reading mentioned Africa and Barbados. I chose 4,

  59. history

    What motivated Europeans to become indentured servants? (4 points) a Many people were trying to escape poverty and disease. b They could make a lot of money during their years in service. c Indentured servants were given new homes after they were set free.

  60. History

    What role does the factor play in the plantation economy? A. The factor manages the plantation workers. B. The factor is the middleman who negotiates the price and sale of cotton. C. The factor represents the government in the management of the plantation

  61. COM/220

    Please post your response to the following: o Identify the thesis statement in the movie “The Origins of AIDS.” o What strategies do the filmmakers use to formulate their argument? o What makes the arguments viable and compelling? 1. Review the

  62. History

    How did the nature of slavery, as recognized in Europe and Africa prior to 1600, dramatically transform and evolve during the Atlantic slave trade? Discuss the roles of Europeans, British Colonists, and West Africans in the trade, the fundamental changes

  63. History

    Personal liberties were among the key ideas of the American Revolution. Given this fact, why did slavery continue after the American Revolution? A. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery. B. The colonial government encouraged manumission. C.

  64. US History

    I need someone to check my answers for my homework.. 2.) During the first half of the 1800s, on which of the following did the Southern economy rely? A factory system B new immigrants !!!!!C plantation system D extensive barter 3.)What did the temperance

  65. Social Studies

    Quote: We seek no conquest. All we ask is to be let alone." - Jefferson Davis According to this quote, which statement best summarizes the South's agenda? ~ to continue their way of life unchanged *** ~ to accept changes to the plantation system ~ to

  66. History

    My teacher wanted me to make an essay about slavery.. This is my essay: At the time of the American Revolution, the split between North and South over the issue of slavery was apparent but not great enough to prevent the states from uniting as one nation.

  67. History

    This was one of my few questions that i was struggling with. A) Describe the growth of North American slavery from 1619 to 1789. Include the status of the first Africans in North America, laws later established to govern them, and the reasons why planters

  68. LA

    Which description best captures Abraham Lincoln's approach to slavery before he signed the Emancipation Proclamation? A;Lincoln was himself pro-slavery, but thought that states should have the right to choose whether or not slavery was legal. B;Lincoln was

  69. Soc. Studies

    Which description best captures Abraham Lincoln's approach to slavery before he signed the Emancipation Proclamation? A.Lincoln was himself pro-slavery, but thought that states should have the right to choose whether or not slavery was legal. B.Lincoln was

  70. History

    John Brown: A. Led the fight to defend slavery and became the martyr of the defense of slavery after he was executed for treason in 1859 B. Led the fight to end slavery via bloodshed for he believed that the only way slavery would end in the US was through

  71. biology

    In which sequence did aerobes, anaerobes, chemolithotrophs and cyanobacteria evolve? What evidence is there to support your answer. If someone can answer please. I think its talk about how cyanbactoria evolve.

  72. Education/College

    In what ways does understanding the origins of the educational system in the U.S. be useful to me as a future educator?

  73. History8

    The Supreme Court ruled that the ____________________ was unconstitutional. a.Tariff system b. American System c. slavery d. all of the above d?

  74. History

    All of the following were forms of slavery practices in Africa EXEPT A. System in which people are enslaved permanently based on their race B. System where people are treated as property to be bought and sold C. System where debtors repay their debts by

  75. Social Studies

    In what way did Uncle Tom’s Cabin fail to change the attitude of Southerners about slavery? a They viewed slavery as a political problem. b They claimed it did not give credit to the original author. c They felt slavery was none of their concern. d They

  76. History

    Well I have been working on an essay for a couple days now about slavery, here it is: Slavery began in the 16th century, but ended in the 19th century. Slaves went through a lot of torture then, but some blacks now still deal with some of the problems the

  77. History re-post for Gisselle

    "We seek no conquest. all we ask is to be let alone." - Jefferson Davis 1.) According to this quote, which statement best summarizes the south's agenda? B. to accept changes to the plantation system.

  78. Social Studies

    The Free-Soil party would most likely agree with which of the following? Plantation system Manifest destiny (my answer) Increased immigration Popular sovereignty

  79. US History

    kay um. my teacher's not very good at teaching. great guy, but not meant to teach..sooo I have 6 questions that aren't even in the chapter and the index is of no help to me right now... sooo here goes: Describe the basic population structure and social

  80. Social Studies

    Hiya! Just wondered if someone would check my answer? Thanks! How were the economies of the Northern and Southern states different? How were they the same? What factors led them to develop differently? The economies of Southern states were mostly based on

  81. Ap History

    Hi i had these questions wrong :/ The North and South held different views toward slavery in 1850. What were they? a) The North believed in a free labor system and the South believed in a slave labor system. b)The South believed that black people were

  82. History

    Secession and War Quiz 1) The admission of Missouri as a slave state was controversial in the Senate because... :The Senate was pro-slavery. :It would create sectionalism. :It would upset the balance.*** :The Senate was anti-slavery. 2) The main topic of

  83. criminal Justice

    The origins of the American prison system can be traced to: A. Henry VIII b. the influence of the Quakers c. Civil war D. legacy of Hammurabi is it A

  84. Social Studies

    Hi can you please give me 2 famous Americans that were alive in 1820- 1860? 1 person who supported slavery and 1 person who was against slavery. I don't really want a link or anything just 2 names of 2 people who had different views on slavery... Thanks!

  85. U.S. History

    What were the main labor sources in the Middle colonies? Family and slaves Immigrants and slaves *** Immigrants and indentured servants Indentured servants and family Thank You!

  86. SS

    Why did South Carolinians support the concept of popular sovereignty? A.it advanced the plantation system in Kansas B.it allowed slaves to be taken into any territory** C.it showed that compromise was a peaceful way to solve problems D.it was a plan

  87. History

    what was the development of the slavery system?

  88. History

    Which best expresses how Missouri's application for statehood threatened the future of slaves? A It could have given more power to the states in favor of slavery. B People in the Missouri Territory had no mercy for runaway slaves. C The governor of the

  89. S.S.

    11. Under the _______ system, Spanish conquistadores were rewarded with local villages and control over the local labor force. A. encomienda B. plantation C. impresario D. land reform A?

  90. US History

    Why did Thomas Paine’s Common Sense inspire colonists? A. Paine listed ways to defeat British troops. B. Paine suggested creating a colonial House of Lords in Congress. C. Paine supported a gradual move toward independence from Britain. D. Paine talked

  91. Science

    Convergent evolution occurs when a. unrelated organisms develop analogous structures. b. different species evolve to become one. c. populations merge into one. d. analogous structures evolve to be homologous. e. none of the above.

  92. english 11

    the statement below represents which genre from the early american and colonial period? i want to explain origins of the natural origins of the natural world and its processes.(1 point) a.the poetry of anne bradstreet b.the oral tradition of native

  93. MS.SUE HELP ME PLZ

    Millions of African slaves were brought to the Americas through the transatlantic slave trade between the 16th and 19th centuries. The type of slavery that came to exist in the Americas was known as chattel slavery. Chattel slavery is different from other

  94. SS-my answers

    1. About how many African Americans served in the Union army? 2,000 10,000 200,000 *** 1 million 2. What did the Thirteenth Amendment do? gave equal voting rights to all abolished slavery *** ended the use of poll tax outlawed school segregation 3. African

  95. Quotes about English language origin

    So I wanted to start my etymology paper about fascinating word origins with a quote as my attention grabber. I am looking for a quote that talks about the english language and the origin of most of its words. Some interesting quote. I don't even know if

  96. cultural diversity

    How do you think slavery influenced the evolution of both Black and White America today? Consider the following in your answer. One, if slavery did not exist in the US then the black population would probably be significantly lower today. Two, without

  97. American history

    2. The Wilmot Proviso was a proposed amendment to a military appropriations bill that would A. permit the slavery issue to be determined by popular sovereignty. B. regulate competition between free and slave states. C. ban slavery in territories acquired

  98. ETHICS IN MANAGEMENT

    Write a 1,050- to 1,200-word paper on personal ethics development that examines your personal ethical system and ground rules, including its origins and development.

  99. math

    a farmer plants a square block of trees. he plants another 25 tress and still has a square plantation. how many trees in the new plantation

  100. AP world history

    Religions of common geographic origins tend to differ from others that originate in other areas of the world. How do religions having common geographic origins tend to share somewhat common codes of behavior and views or the nature and reason for

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