1. the time before the American Civil War - B. antebellum
The Antebellum Period is the time before the American Civil War, which was fought between the North and the South, and after the War of 1812, in which the US fought against Great Britain.
2 . to pretend to be sick or injured in order to escape work or duty: C. malinger
This term comes from the French word “malinger,” which means “sickly.”
3 . to reduce by destroying or consuming - A. deplete
The term comes from the Latin word “deplet” which means “emptied out.”
4 . servant to release from slavery - I. manumit
This word means to liberate or set free someone from slavery. It comes from the Latin word “manumittere,” which literally means ‘send forth from the hand’ and which gives us an idea of the word meaning: to release someone from slavery is to release them from the hand, or control, of the captor.
5 . a colonist who contracted to work for another colonist for a certain period of time - D. indentured
An indentured person is one who signs a contract (or “indenture”), whether forced or not, whereby he or she agrees to work for another person for a specified time, in exchange for payment of travel expenses, maintenance, clothes, or others benefits, or to meet a legal obligation such as to pay debts.
6 . an item of movable property - E. chattel
The term is used in Law to refer to personal possessions (also, movable property) like tangible goods and leasehold interests.
7 . vita the act or process of making slaves free - F. emancipation
Emancipation is the act or process of making people free from slavery, subjection, dependence, or legal, social, or political restrictions
8 . to leave a country to live in another place : H. emigrate
When one leaves the country where one resides in other to settle in another, that's called “emigrating.”
9 . during life - G. durante
“Durante” is the Spanish word for “during.”
10 .a certain part of a community; a place to live - J. quarter
The term <em>quarter</em> has several meanings, two of its uses are to refer to a particular unspecified person, group of people, area or community, and to refer to the rooms where people live, especially servicemen or people in domestic service.