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    Ramsay outlined why the money was funded to Dr Jenner and what had led to the grant He wrote to tell how a committee of physicians had met in England to discuss the efficacy of the smallpox vaccine According to Ramsay the report History Engine Episode I Date s 1800 to 1825 Location Tag s African American history Transatlantic Slave Trade When slaves were sold across the Atlantic they brought

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    Atlantic they brought with them some aspects of their culture A few of these aspects included music and the instruments used to create the music of their original cultures Naturally being from totally differing regions the Africans cultures were completely different from that of Europeans This is shown in the accounts of the Europeans travels to Africa in hopes A look at the evolution of the slave trade through the eyes of a slave trader Date s 1826 to 1850 Location BALTIMORE Maryland Florida Florida Tag s African Americans Race Relations Transatlantic Slave Trade It is the year 1826 30 years after the American Revolution boldly stated that all men are created equal but this first hand account of Theodore Canot an Italian adventurer paints a much darker picture of the times Brantz Mayer s 1854 work Captain Canot Twenty Years of an African Slaver vividly describes his friend s grizzly profession providing a historical document unmatched in detail The reliance on the slave trade as a benefit to the economy Date s 1860 Location DADE Florida Tag s Slave Trade Transatlantic Slave Trade Slavery Slave Trade Understanding the economic standards for growth in the new world at the time

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    historian of the church and Richard Allen organized the conference in an attempt to spread this popular northern form of African American Christianity His proposal to hold a conference in South Carolina allowed the southern states to partake in the conference and elect Bishops and Reverends for the very first churches in the south The Reverend W G Stewart wrote this letter to report his actions as the A M E Church appointed reverend in Florida This report tells of the Reverend s progress in making A M E Churches in Jacksonville Tallahassee Quincy Monticello and Lake City with the help of the residing elder Reverend C H Pierce The first appointed A M E Reverend in Florida wrote this letter which created a significant historical moment when he brought this religion deeper into the South Methodist Episcopalism was first seen in the English Colonies as different forms of Protestantism began to form throughout America Colonists from England brought many religious opinions that they knew from home including Protestantism Soon Protestantism began to extend in ethnic and racial dimensions This contributed to an African American society that turned to Protestantism and its subgenres An example of this is the African American Episcopal Church As the religious demands of the African Americans in northern states like Pennsylvania and Maryland grew the Methodist Society eventually allowed the formation of a church for African Americans This first church became the place Richard Allen the first ordained Methodist Episcopal Minister and one of the founders of the A M E Church held his sermons The A M E church soon spread with the help of Richard Allen and other later members like D A Payne until slowly trickling down to the southern states and finally Florida The African Methodist Episcopal Church is an important

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    Ryan was a catholic priest poet and strong believer in the Confederate cause He wrote The Conquered Banner shortly after General Robert E Lee surrendered at Appomattox in 1865 The poem first appeared in the New York Freemen a pro Confederate newspaper on June 24 1865 Ryan never officially joined the Confederate Army but according to historian David O Connell he Juneteenth Date s June 19 1865 Location GALVESTON Texas Tag s African Americans Law Slavery War Julia Frances Daniels recalled her childhood experiences as a slave quite vividly What she remembered most however was the sense of great jubilation that riddled her body one day in June 1865 On this day Old Man Denman gathered all the slaves around and said Mens and womens you is free You is free as I am You is free to go where you wants One interesting fact is that although many slaves A Negro Killed Date s January 28 1864 to 1864 Location BROOKE Virginia Tag s African Americans Arts Leisure Crime Violence Law Race Relations Urban Life Boosterism The crime was reported in the newspaper with a bit of contempt as if it was a mildly amusing diversion in the late days of the Civil War According to the Wellsburg Herald the black population of Wellsburg had been meeting nightly at societies or parties at the residences of other free blacks But on this particular night something went wrong or as the local white owned newspaper mused the South Carolina Delegates Discuss Reconstruction with President Johnson Date s June 26 1865 Location BEAUFORT South Carolina Washington City District of Columbia Tag s Reconstruction Politics Government On Saturday June 26 1865 a delegation of South Carolinians visited President Johnson for a free exchange of ideas about the fate of South Carolina under

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    and production of the relatively sparsely populated state of Florida After describing the weather terrain and typical lifestyle Dr Byme acknowledged the differences between Florida cotton and that grown in other states but made sure to clarify the reason The Founding of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Florida Date s June 22 1865 Location Tag s Florida Religion African American Religion A M E Church On June twenty second

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    The Founding of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Florida Date s June 22 1865 Location MARION Florida Tag s Florida Religion African American Religion A M E Church On June twenty second 1865 the first African American Methodist Episcopalian Church A M E Church was established in Jacksonville Florida Appropriated as the corresponding reverend of the A M E Church in Florida was Reverend W A Stewart who helped

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    was ultimately removed from slavery but involved himself by choice Walker was a railroad property manager who decided to befriend the black workers that he encountered as the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum explains He would invite them over for dinner and learn about their lives Eventually this passion for people lead him to move slaves to freedom in the Bahamas at least he tried Upon being caught he was put in arrested and imprisoned for stealing slaves Economics social science that seeks to analyze and describe the production distribution and consumption of wealth What this means is that there is a significant part of the movement of services and development of consumers that defines what an economy is all about In the 1700 1800 s much of that relied on the slave Down to it s most basic needs the slave was an integral part of the community The content of this source explains what imprisonment looked like in 1844 which to me had a lot to do with the economy of the African American Slave The family consisted of F T the jailer L T his wife and six children a mulatto woman and her child five or six months old Of course the work about the yard and kitchen devolved on the slave woman who by the bye was not without her faults This quote from Walker explains that even on the inside of a jail the slaves were being worked Although the horror of working in the fields and being beaten and lashed is what is imagined as the worst possible circumstance it is hard not to imagine that this is in fact equally as bad There are women mothers who were being beaten in front of convicted criminals and were then expected to

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    Slaves to Escape From Bondage Boston Pub at the Anti slavery office 1845 Accessed November 1 2014 Jonathan Walker s name means something for slavery that was not common of a middle class white man in the History Engine Episode II Date s 1844 to 1846 Location Tag s African American history Anti slavery Abolitionist Movement Jonathan Walker Pensacola Florida Some affairs in the media are profound enough to make

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