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Essay | Slavery: Northern v. Southern

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Slavery: Northern v. Southern

Summary: In spite of the hope of a better life in the north for freed black slaves from the south, the north presented another set of problems. This essay is a discussion of black life in the south and north in the late 1800s.
Northern Wage Slavery vs. Slavery

During the 1980's southern blacks from the United States dedicated to migrate to the north with the belief that the north had more opportunities and advantages blacks. Although, Frederick Douglas and Booker T. Washington opposed a migration to the north, millions of blacks migrated northward. The industries for the blacks migrating t o the north was what Douglas and Washington feared, black northern workers being placed in the same situation prior to their movement. Blacks were going to experience the same obstacles and disadvantages as they had in the south just with different situations. Northern blacks were going to experience prejudice, riots and murdering.

Free blacks from the south were facing many situations from the whites from the Jim Crow laws. The Jim Crow laws were to prevent free blacks and other non-whites from being able to vote and have a...

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