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Reading Reflection about   An Empire For Slavery: The Peculiar Institution In Texas, 1821-1865 by Randolph B. Kennedy

 

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Your summary should include the main argument/thesis of the book.
Your summary should talk about the evidence that the author uses to support the thesis of the book.
Your summary should include the book title and period.
Your summary should include the main subjects of this book.
Your summary should include the context/setting of the book.
Your summary should how the author traces change overtime—what changed from the beginning of this period to the end of this period.
Your summary should include what the author argues are continuities the book.

 

also IN the summary answer the questions below:

What is the thesis?

what device does Campbell use to support this thesis?

why does this book begging in 1821 and why it’s end in 1865?

why this book is important for the historIRS of slavery in us?

why is slavery called the peculiar institution?

what more would you like to known?

what factors explain the establishment and growth of slavery in Texas?

how did slavery function as an economic and legal institution in Texas?

what was the impact of slavery on slaveholder and non slaveholders in societ?

  

 

 

 

Identify and Interpret one (1) Illustrative Fact (25 points): An illustrative fact is the information that the author uses to support the argument, or tell the storyInformation that you find important that you did not already know. Look for statistics, laws, facts, etc. Here is an example from Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow (2010):

  • Fact:“The impact of the drug war has been astounding. In less than thirty years, the U.S penal population exploded from around 300,000 to more than 2 million, with drug convictions accounting for the majority of the increase.

  • Interpretation: Drug arrest are one of the causal factors for mass incarceration.

    Create three (3) hashtags with annotations (25 points): What is an annotation? An annotation is an explanation; therefore, your annotation should explain the hashtag.

    • Three (3) hashtags that answer this question: How does this book address the course description: “We will explore how the system and institution of slavery shaped America’s economy, politics, culture, and fundamental principles. Additionally, this course will grapple with the gendered aspects of slavery, the communal practices of enslaved folks, and the resistances to slavery in the United States.”

     

     

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    3. At least two (2) pages, no longer than three (3) pages.

    Note: To get the most out of the reading and to help you write an excellent reading reflection, use the critical reading guide and all of the handouts about reading history. 

     

     

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    An Empire  for Slavery

    An empire for slavery brings to light the institution of slavery in Texas. The author traces the development of the institution of slavery from the settlement of Anglo-Americans in Texas after the Civil War. In fact, the underlying factors that sustained and expanded slavery many years after the Civil War are discussed in detail. The institution of slavery in Texas is traced from the migration of Americans to Texas. With this migration the customs of Americans was brought and integrated in the region. In view of the above, it is essential to note that the institution of slavery significantly affected the policies and lifestyles of Texans. The author uses many evidence to support his thesis for example news paper, WPA Narratives, wills and civil war.

    The main subjects in the book are the slaves, the Texans, and the Mexican officials as they were central in practice of slavery. Mexican officials were against the practice of slavery and wanted to abolish the institution. However, early Texans were in favor for the institution and deemed it necessary for the development of their economy. Because of this, after the Mexican Independence, Anglo settlers embarked on an uphill battle with the Mexican government so that slavery could be kept legal. Slavery in Texas is claimed to be one of the underlying factors in the Texas Revolution. In this manner, after the victory against Mexico, slave laws were instituted at every level by Texan officials followed by the importation of bondsmen into the state (Campbell, 1991). In 1836 Texas experience was a rapid expansion of  slavery because they needed a slave for labor, because Texas had a huge land space with rich black top soil, slavery in Texas played a significant role in the agriculture economy of Texas.

    In the book, the argument on the negative practice of slavery is highlighted through the experiences slaves underwent. Slavery provided Texans with vast opportunities for free labor in agricultural lands. Conversely, high profitability was provided from the trade of slaves in the region. A fluid capital was therefore generated from this practice leading to the expansion of slavery to the West. The author utilizes hard evidence to support the notions in the book. Information from firsthand accounts, newspapers, letters, and census among others are used. The experiences of slaves in Texas are discussed in the book. Inclusive of this is the material conditions of the slaves, work routines, and slave communities. Additionally, the resistance of slaves to the chattel system and masters are discussed in detail. African slavery is also considered to have influenced the development of slavery in Texas. 

    In An Empire for Slavery, the author traces the development of slavery in Texas and the impact this institution had to the state. Notably, slavery in Texas played a significant role in the agricultural economy of Texas. The slavery in Texas is also a reflection of slavery practices in other southern US states (Campbell, 1991). In fact, the author makes comparisons of slavery practices in Texas and Southern US states. Overall, the book is effective in providing information on the development of slavery in Texas. 

    Fact: Just like other regions in the United States, slavery in Texas took an influential aspect in the region after the civil law. Slavery provided a base for the provision of free labor and also generated vast amounts of fluid capital. 

    Interpretation: Texas could not have grown as it had before 1865 without the slaves’ contributions. Nevertheless, slavery was a curse to Texans, white and black alike.

     

    Annotated Hash tag#1 #slaveryshapedAmerica’seconomy

    Major changes were experienced during and after the periods of slavery in the U.S. moreover, the period of slavery saw the migration and intermingling of people from different regions of the state. This influenced the culture and customs of people as new practices were integrated

    Annotated Hash tag#2 #Texanswanted slaverytobemadelegal

    Although the practice of slavery had its harmful effects, Texans fought for it to be made legal. From the slavery institution various opportunities were made available.

    Annotated Hash tag#3 #resistancetoslavery

    Resistance to slavery took place in the U.S and shaped the country as it is today. Slaves joined forces to resist their masters due to the harsh treatment exposed to them. 

    Reference

     

    Campbell, R. B. (1991). An Empire for Slavery: The Peculiar Institution in Texas, 1821–1865. LSU Press.