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Teaching The Life of the Enslaved Person

The Life of the Enslaved Person

Whether they lived on a small farm or a great plantation, enslaved people worked from dawn until dusk. They did not have, as in the words of the Declaration of Independence, the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” Another person owned them without their consent.

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How did enslaved people in the South resist?


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