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  • The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

    The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
    This major event was the beggining of over 35,000 voyages to Africa to retrive slaves and auction them for profit in America. The transatlantic event would begin with european traders who would venture to Africa in order to tranport them to the Americas.This would also be taking place in other countrys such as the Caribbean's, Brazil, and Europe.
  • A new Parlament

    A new Parlament
    A new Parliament was written for the to trade with the British what they did was that they traded with the African, American whites, and what the british traded was rum and the whites traded sugar.
  • A law for the court

    A law for the court
    a new law that was for the court it said that the "blacks were not allowed to serve as witnesses, miltitary, or anything that has to do with the government.
  • Sewing Machine

    Sewing Machine
    They really started in 1755 in London when, Charles Wiesenthal, took out a patent for a needle to be used for mechanical sewing. There was no mention of a machine to go with it, and another 34 years were to pass before Englishman Thomas Saint invented the sewing machine
  • NEW RElIGON for blacks

    NEW RElIGON for blacks
    Although blacks were off trading some left to other places with their own beliefs. Some blacks were christians and they were allowed to preach but others won't because the whites thought by letting the blacks preach then they would start an uprising and would cause something. The blacks had to keep it a sercet from their masters.
  • no longer are slave traders allowed

    no longer are slave traders allowed
    Quakers found out that four thousand slaves had arrived and most of them were own by English, Welish, and Scottish-Irish people in Pennsylvania and they were furious so what they did was exclude the slave owners from their group.
  • The Spinning Jenny

    The Spinning Jenny
    No really sure about the date but 1764 a man named James Hargreaves his invention was called a wool revolution. The device reduced the amount of time needed to produce yarn. It would later impact the northern factories where women would turn the new wool into cloth making their job easier.
  • A new free contry

    A new free contry
    The War ended against the british. the United States had won so they won the Declaration of Independence. But there was still slavery.
  • Cotton gin was invented

    Cotton gin was invented
    cotton gin was invented in the United States in 1793 by Eli Whitney. Whitney applied for a patent on October 28, 1793; the patent was granted on March 14, 1794, but was not validated until 1807.
  • The lowell girls

    The lowell girls
    At the birth of the 18th century women would be granted a new list of rights they have never haven given before. Factory owner Francis Lowell would hire women at the age reaching from 15 to 30 but he would only hire healthy and strong women. This would lead to the first time women would ever revive payment for their efforts reaching two dollars a week. This new breed of acceptance would impact women mainly i the north working for their family and loved ones.
  • Antebellum period starts

    Antebellum period starts
    Antebellum Definition: belonging to a period before a war happened especially the American Civil War
  • Fredrick Dougless

    Fredrick Dougless
    Fredrick Douglass was born as a slave as a child when his mother was taken away to a factory. He escaped as a boy to take refuge to the northern states. During his childhood he was taught how to read or write by his master's wife. He met William Lloyd Garrison a newspaper writer who would help him His would impact the south as he would paly a crucial role in leading to events of the civil war he also was a Abolitionist
  • The great migration

    The great migration
    With an unspecified date to begin The Great Migration was the transportation of over 6 million slaves to the U.S. With slavery becoming a staple in American society African-Americans would be brought from thier home to be placed on factories mainly in the south to grow and harvest crops.This would ultimately lead to the civil war in order to stop slavery
  • Cult of Domesticity

    Cult of Domesticity
    The cult of Domesticity was created to create a political power that would affect women across the nation. This cult wanted to stereotype women into workers that are only useful for taking care off children at home, This cult also stated that women would also be able to pay Non Market Values such as love, caretaking, and unconditional emotions.
  • missori compromise

    missori compromise
    Based on this event was about how the state wanted to be a slave state but they passed a law where the North Union did not want any slave states beyond a certain latitude. So they wouldn't confuse any whites or blacks. which later failed because it would get uneven
  • what did Abolitionist do

    what did Abolitionist do
    People who tried to top the racial segregation and discrimination. They did not like the idea of this no more. They had thought they would be able to stop this.
  • The Telegraph

    The Telegraph
    Developed in the 1830s and 1840s by Samuel Morse the telegraph was made in order to send messages in morse code to people all across the country. With the use of wires set to send the signal this machine would allow people to communicate from many places. This machine would affect the entire nation allowing the southern to communicate with north involving buisness deals.
  • Emancipation Act passed

    Emancipation Act passed
    the act shows how it became a law by demanding that the slaves would be free after four years of a owner trading from time to time by the British Empire
  • A new slave state

    A new slave state
    State of Massachusetts is now considered a slave state
  • the temperance movement

    the temperance movement
    During the time of the Lowell mills women would try to gain political power by creating the Temperance Movement. This protest was of women trying to ban the drinking of alchohal as men would most likely be intoxicated when at home. This would lead to women and children being left and abused by the husband in which women couldn't divorce.
  • Irish Immagration

    Irish Immagration
    The irish ventured to America because of the deadly disease of this irish potato which killed nearly 1 million irish people because potatoes were a cheap and infected if eating to much potatoes they became ill or died. Most of the peoples or owners took advantage of the incoming irish by selling them rent spaces in terrible homes of 9 to 11 foot spaces they called their home. They also scammed the Irish and left them in the street they even compared then to slaves cause of how poor they were
  • Harriet Tubman

    Harriet Tubman
    help slaves escape and become free using a route called the under ground rail road and also was Abolitionist
  • john brown

    john brown
    John Brown was a war hero in the north who would fight during the civil war. He had his belifes that every man was meant as his own and would die finding that future. He was also a Abolitionist
  • The Middle Passage

    The Middle Passage
    The Middle Passage was a stage in the triangular trade which would transport slaves, goods, and supplies to Europe or the United States. Slaves captured would be placed on boats to be transported to be auctioned for own age. Most slaves would be sold to plantation owners to be put on the fields in order to grow and harvest cash crops such as cotton or corn
  • the blacks are free

    the blacks are free
    Slavery ends when the civil war ends and when Abraham Lincoln ends it by passing on a new amendment which was the 13 but he died right after he passed it