||Nearly half of all slaves brought
to North America arrive in Charleston. Many of these
slaves stay in South Carolina to work on rice plantations.
||Over 20 whites are killed by Jemmy
and his band in the Stono rebellion around
||White slave owners occupy cities
like Charleston, while the majority of the 40,000 slaves living
in North America live on plantations.
||By this time, slavery is entrenched
in the original 6 slave states: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia,
North Carolina, Sough Carolina, and Georgia.
||South Carolina reopens slave trade
||Denmark Vesey's Conspiracy is
uncovered in Charleston.
||South Carolina's attack on Fort
Sumnter on April 12th, and the subsequent defense made by
Lincoln, marks the beginning of the Civil War.