Why did the diasporic Africans brought to the New World not consider themselves members of the same group? How might their shared experience have helped them form a new, collective African American identity?

1. Why did the diasporic Africans brought to the New World not consider themselves members of the same group? How might their shared experience have helped them form a new, collective African American identity?

 

2. Why did the diasporic Africans brought to the New World not consider themselves members of the same group? How might their shared experience have helped them form a new, collective African American identity?

 

3. Explain “The Creation of the Carolinas.” What was the main cash crop grown and the type of system that governed enslaved African labor in the Carolinas?

 

 

4. Describe the various freedoms allowed, and the restrictions placed on, urban slaves, southern free Blacks, northern slaves, and newly emancipated northern free Blacks. What limits to their freedom and mobility did each group experience? Which groups were the most and the least restricted and why?

 

5. List five facts you learned in this course you did not know before taking the course. How has it changed your understanding of African American history and the Black experience?