Antebellum: This could really happen!

Successful author Veronica Henley finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality and must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it’s too late.The term Antebellum South is associated with slavery and the treatment of African Americans prior to the civil war: “African Americans were enslaved on small farms, large plantations, in cities and towns, inside homes, out in the fields, and in industry and transportation.Antebellum is a Latin word that means “before the war.” In American history, the antebellum period refers to the years after the War of 1812 (1812–15) and before the Civil War (1861–65). The development of separate northern and southern economies, westward expansion of the nation, and a spirit of reform marked the era.

What is wrong with antebellum?It’s really something. That’s the major problem with the antebellum aesthetic: It was built on the backs of slave labor. While the original term wasn’t offensive, “antebellum” as we use it today glorifies a painful period in our history when Black people were enslaved by white people.             You are kidding yourself if you think this couldn’t happen.How did the cotton gin increased sectionalism?How the Cotton Gin saved slavery. … The South wanted to keep slavery because it was a vital part to their agricultural economy. This created sectionalism and was a cause of the American Civil War.What was life like in antebellum South?In the lowerSouth the majority of slaves lived and worked on cotton plantations. Most of these plantations had fifty or fewer slaves, although the largest plantations have several hundred. Cotton was by far the leading cash crop, but slaves also raised rice, corn, sugarcane, and tobacco.
Why was slavery important to the economy in the South before the Civil War?
Slavery was so profitable, it sprouted more millionaires per capita in the Mississippi River valley than anywhere in the nation. With cash crops of tobacco, cotton and sugar cane, America’s southern states became the economic engine of the burgeoning nation.
How many hours did slaves work?twelve hours
Industrial slaves worked twelve hours per day, six days per week. The only breaks they received were for a short lunch during the day, and Sunday or the occasional holiday during the week.The Right has for so long written,pushed,voted, campaigned and promoted having things the way they once were,to be honest,i think they are secretly trying to send us back to this time in the future with the attempts to control the population. The movie was eye opening and intense. I can see something like this happening if the current political climate is allowed to continue. This is the type of mindset the potus has and he is not alone,the reason he won was partly because of this thinking and they didn’t want a female prez.

Published by sungod64

Free thinker, i luv anything tech, i'm NOT a writer,i enjoy programming and building computers!

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