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This document of HIS 115 Week 7 CheckPoint Class Structure and Slave Culture shows the solutions to the following points:
Resource: Ch. 13 Interactive exercise, Five Generations of Slaves, at the textbook hyperlinked Web site at http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072970871/student_view0/chapter13/psi_source__five_generations_of_slaves.html
Due Date: Day 4 [Individual forum]
Examine the Interactive exercise, Five Generations of Slaves, on the Nation of Nations textbook Web site.
Use the information in your text about the class structure and slave culture in the Old South for this CheckPoint.
Write a 150- to 200-word response addressing the following points:
Make assumptions about the owner of the plantation in the image.
Make assumptions about the slave family in the image.
Do you think the owner of the plantation and the slave family in the image are typical of that period? Why or why not?
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