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The middle passage talks mostly about the resistance to slavery. The resistance to slavery was how the slaves rebelled against the slavery method.Slave trade was from the 16th century to the 19th century. Slave trade was used to trade a slave from one owner to another. The auction block was used to sell slaves to different land owners.The auction block was a place where white people would auction a price for each slave on the block.Slave OwnersThe Treatment of SlavesThe Ways Slaves Copedplanters=  Usually owned their own farm or they used slaves to work on their farms.yeomen= a freeholder, a person holding land.A lot of slaves were constantly abused whether it was a male or female. Slaves were property to the white owners, so the owners could do whatever they pleased.A lot of slaves spent time with their families and a lot of them did what they needed to do for their owner. There were a lot of slaves that were families in the late 1600’sSlave CodesThe Fugitive Slave ActSlave Culture/ SocietyWere the laws of which proved that the slave belonged to the rightful owner. A law that made it a crime to help runaway slaves; allowed for the arrest of escaped slaves. Slaves were all around in the 16 century, because a lot of people owned slaves. Slaves were considered as property for their owners. Slave DutiesAbolitionistsReactions of Free Persons to SlaveryIn the plantation fields, they usually harvested tobacco, cotton, vegetables and fruit. Definition and examplesp. 455What did white people in the North and South do about slavery?Reactions of Free Persons to the Emancipation ProclamationReaction of Slaves to the Emancipation ProclamationWhy Slavery ExistedSlavery existed because people didn’t feel as if they wanted to do their own job so they used another person to do their own job.Other Essential Information (Possible topic to research)Notes from Mary Reynolds reading:Come up with 5-6 bullet points of info from the reading that your group thinks is important- treatment of Mary Reynolds during slavery, what she did after slavery, etc