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Use this Discovering American History video entitled The South and Slavery From 1790's to the 1850's to study the development and continued entrenchment of the slave labor system in the South. Learn how as cotton became "king," the slavery system became even more rigid and encouraged an economic and social system quite different from that of the rest of the country, and how while the slave culture was intertwined with the white plantation and yeoman culture, slaves built and maintained a supportive culture of their own.

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