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Nature Of Sound

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Nature Of Sound

  1. 1. Chapter 9, Section 2
  2. 2. Black Arkansas and The Slave Codes
  3. 3. How did the treatments of slaves in Arkansas differ from those states like Virginia?
  4. 4. Our plantations were often crude.
  5. 5. Who was Elisha Worthington?
  6. 6. A Chicot country slave owner.
  7. 7. Describe the job of an “overseer”.
  8. 8. Boss of a group of slaves, usually a white man hired to work on the plantation.
  9. 9. Describe the process of how cotton was picked.
  10. 10. hand and dropped it into a basket on their backs, then went to a gin and had it take out the seeds, then it got compressed.
  11. 11. What were some of the jobs that slaves performed on plantations?
  12. 12. Blacksmiths, brick masons, wheelwrights, carpenters, and soon.
  13. 13. They had a high price.
  14. 14. Explain the laws that did not allow slaves to leave their owner’s land?
  15. 15. They were laws of the society and the state that said slaves couldn’t leave the land without a pass.
  16. 16. Explain the punishment that slaves would often endure for breaking laws.
  17. 17. Slaves were tortured (whipped, shot and beat)
  18. 18. How often would you see free blacks in Arkansas?
  19. 19. Tell the story of Nathan Warren.
  20. 20. Very rare. Never more than a few hundred.
  21. 21. Nathan Warren (free black) became very rich as a candy maker and bought freedom of his wife, brother, and children.
  22. 22. In January of 1860, The Arkansas General Assembly passed what law?
  23. 23. Free blacks must leave the state, because they would be safer there.
  24. 24. What were some of the (African) customs that were passed on from generation to generation?
  25. 25. Religious customs, music, and foods (gumbo, catfish, hushpuppies, etc.)

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