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APUSH-3-A-2

Farm and town life; the economy


Resources:

History as Destiny: The Case of New York City
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant interactive tools:
New York Is a Business Town
New York Is a Business Town

Colonial City: Revolutionary Battleground
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant transcripts:
Why Boston Declined

The Origins of Slavery in the New World
Resource Type: E-Seminar

Relevant pages:
Laws and Statutes: Slave Labor Expands

Relevant transcripts:
Professor Foner explains the social and economic impact of rice cultivation in the South.

Relevant interactive tools:
Professor Foner discusses the tobacco-based system of slavery in the Chesapeake
Professor Foner discusses the tobacco-based system of slavery in the Chesapeake

Systems of Slavery: The South
Resource Type: Primary Source
The labor-intensive process of rice cultivation on a plantation near Savannah, Georgia (1867).

Systems of Slavery: The South
Resource Type: Primary Source
Charleston, with its intense maritime activities and fine urban architecture (173739).

Systems of Slavery: The North
Resource Type: Primary Source
Slave market in the port city of New York (1730). Slavery figured in the economy of the Northern colonies though it was not central to it.


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