Order ID 53563633773 Type Essay Writer Level Masters Style APA Sources/References 4 Perfect Number of Pages to Order 5-10 Pages
Section A: Circle the letter beside the correct answer. (4pts)
1. What is the correct chronological order of the following events?
a. Amelioration, abolition of slave trade, Mansfield judgment, apprenticeship
b. Mansfield judgment, abolition of slave trade, amelioration, apprenticeship
c. Apprenticeship, Mansfield judgment, amelioration, abolition of slave trade
d Abolition of slave trade, apprenticeship, amelioration, Mansfield judgment
2. The policy of improving the conditions under which enslaved persons in the British colonies
lived and worked was known as
3. The notable event in British Caribbean history which occurred in 1838 was the
a. End of the apprenticeship system
b. Introduction of the apprenticeship system
c. Approval of the amelioration proposals
d. Abolition of the tax on manumission
4. Which of the following British Amelioration proposals did planters object to MOST?
a. Marriage of slaves
b. Abolition of Sunday Market
c. Abolition of flogging males
d. Slaves giving evidence in court
5. The Emancipation Act of 1833 applied to slaves;
a. Throughout the British Empire
b. Only in the British West Indies
c. Throughout the Caribbean
d. Only in the colonies producing sugar
6. The British Caribbean planters who supported the abolition of the slave trade did so MAINLY
on the grounds of;
7. What system did the British create to facilitate the transition to a free society?
8. Who led the campaign for the abolition of the slave trade in the British Parliament in the
a. Granville Sharp
b. William Wilberforce
c. Thomas Clarkson
d. Thomas Buxton
9. The Emancipation Act of 1833 applied to slaves;
a. Throughout the British Empire
b. Only in the British West Indies
c. In the French Caribbean territories
d. In all British and Spanish territories
10. Which reason BEST explains why compensation was paid to the planters in 1833?
a. Planters were bankrupt
b. Government owed the planters
c. Property was being taken away
d. Planters needed money to pay debts
Do all of this section
At the end of each statement write; Humanitarian, Social, Economic, Political or Religious. These were the arguments leading to the abolition of slavery. (6pts)
1. A new surge of religious sympathy for the welfare of mankind. As a result, slaves got more public support and sympathy than before by the Quakers and other religious groups.
2. The British government earned more from customs and taxes on imported cotton and the export of manufactured goods than it did from the slave trade.
3. Slaves crossing the Atlantic to the West Indies were unsanitary and slaves were subject to
disease. Also, on the estates, the treatment of slaves was harsh and brutal which led to suicides, runaways and rebellions.
4. It was argued that slavery imposed by man was contrary to the will of God and did not support the idea of Equality of man.
5. The main English cities engaged in the trade London, Bristol and Liverpool had begun to develop other economic interests other than sugar from the Caribbean such as cotton from the USA beet root sugar from Europe itself. West Indian agriculture suffered as a result.
6. Local influential persons like Pitt and Buxton were influential in constantly lobbying in
parliament of the reasons identifying why slavery was unnecessary by the early 19th century.
Read the questions or statements carefully and answer in complete sentences.
1. Give ONE reason why some slaves said that slavery was unfair? 2pts
2. Describe ONE feature of the British Amelioration policy and ONE feature of the French
amelioration policy. 6pts
3. Identify TWO abolitionist and ONE group and discuss the role played in the
amelioration of slaves in the West Indies. 10pts
4. State why the French hesitated to end the slave trade unlike the British who did so quite
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