Views
1 week ago

02.09.18 -- yumpudigipubtest

02.09.18 -- yumpudigipubtest

Lesson 6: Free People of

Lesson 6: Free People of Color that reflected that. The earliest institutions were mutual aid societies that provided members medical and burial expenses, helped support widows and children, and insisted that their members maintain a Christian moral character. As such, these institutions also worked to protect escaped fugitive slaves and free African Americans from slave-trading kidnappers. Another major institution were churches. These churches provided the spiritual needs of free African Americans and housed schools, social organizations, and antislavery meetings. In Louisiana, free people of color or les gens de couleur libre, also emerged out of the interracial relationships between free women of color and French or Spanish men in colonial and antebellum Louisiana. The informal arrangements between free women of color and French or Spanish men afforded these women property and rights that came with the status of their partners in the three-tier French system in Louisiana. Introduce and review the vocabulary terms then transition to the activity. Student Activities by Grade: 6-8: Put the students into groups and hand out Worksheet # 3: written document analysis. Hand out the Ruffin Family booklet and the Free People of Color booklet to each group. Assign some groups to analyze the items in the Ruffin Family booklet and some to analyze the items in the Free People of Color booklet so that every other group has a different set of documents. After they conduct a document analysis have them engage in a class-wide discussion of their findings. 9-12: Put the students into groups and hand out Worksheet #3: written document analysis. Handout the Ruffin Family booklet and Free People of Color booklet to each group. Assign some groups to analyze the items in the Ruffin Family booklet and some to analyze the items in the Free People of Color booklet so that every other group has a different set of documents. After they conduct a document analysis have them engage in a class-wide discussion of their findings. Topics for Individual or Group Research Have the students research any of the following: free people of color and/or creole people. They can present their research in the form of a group presentation, a written research paper, a poster presentation, or in digital format. 22

Lesson 6: Free People of Color Teacher Resource: Free African American Population Table SLAVERY & ABOLITION CURRICULUM GUIDE 23

Resources for Schools - National Museums Liverpool
museum guide and floorplan - National Museums Liverpool
Abolition of the Slave Trade - Westminster City Council
The wealth of Africa The Slave Trade - British Museum
Abolition A History of Slavery and Antislavery - caring labor: an archive
Unfinished Business: A Comparative Survey of Historical and - Unesco
The Challenge of Economic and Social Change
Freedom Trail - Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism
au_outlook_continental_english_2014_w
The Journal of Caribbean History - The University of the West Indies ...
rapid cycle improvement.pdf - Primaris
FIACAT Activity Report - 2012
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF EDUCATION IN KOSOVO - Unicef
Slavery in the Lower Hudson Valley - The Journal News