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By Kevin Hillstrom

ISBN-10: 0787638234

ISBN-13: 9780787638238

Describes and translates the period of the Civil struggle, its occasions, and themes with viewpoints, definitions, record themes, chronologies, sidebars, and facts.

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Abilities as whites. Despite these convictions, however, he continued to use slaves on his plantation and in factories that he owned. In addition, he sold slaves on at least two occasions, and recent deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) testing (a sort of genetic “fingerprint” that everyone carries in their blood) indicates that he likely had a long-term sexual relationship with one of his slaves, Sally Hemings (1773–1835), which produced several children. ” Slaveholders also sometimes sold slaves to buyers who lived hundreds Historians have long debated the reasons for Jefferson’s inability to abandon a practice that he knew was morally wrong.

Other writings by Jefferson provide ample evidence that he believed that blacks were as entitled to these rights as were whites, even though he did not think that blacks had the same mental create environments in which their slaves could be relatively comfortable. But other masters treated their slaves like livestock. Some slaveholders whipped or beat slaves who displeased them for practically any reason. One Thomas Jefferson. ) abilities as whites. Despite these convictions, however, he continued to use slaves on his plantation and in factories that he owned.

The region’s population continued to live in rural areas, and few cities of any great size developed. Some factories eventually appeared on Southern soil, and a small number of railroads, canals, and roads were in place by mid-century, but agriculture remained the cornerstone of Southern wealth. The South’s reliance on agriculture made it difficult for the region to attract whites from the North or Europe. After all, slaves took care of most of the farmwork, and the slow pace of industrialization (the development of new business) in Southern cities meant that factory jobs were scarce.

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