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Use this History of The American Journey video entitled Slavery and the Old South 1800 to 1860 to study the society and culture of the antebellum American South. Learn about the cultural, social, and economic distinctions between the Upper and Lower South; the characteristics of slave life and culture; the divisions in free white Southern society; and the emerging proslavery arguments used by the South to defend the institution of slavery. 

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