The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked

The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
The Civil War Was Unnecessary to End Slavery - Debunked
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In this PowerPoint lesson, your students will learn to debunk the idea that the South would have ended slavery on its own without military intervention. The lesson includes a grim metaphor, describes the complicity non-slave holding white Southerners had in slavery, describes the cultural aspects of slavery in the antebellum South, and debunks two common rebuttals.

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9 pages
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50 minutes
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