Running Head: SLAVERY AND THE SOUTH
Slavery and the South
SLAVERY AND THE SOUTH
Slavery in America started when the primary African slaves were carried toward the North
American state of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619, for lucrative harvests like tobacco. Subjection
penetrated all through the American states in the seventeenth and eighteenth hundreds, and
African-American slaves constructed the financial establishments of the new country. The types
of slaves included:
Chattel Slavery: These slaves could be exchanged, had no privilege and were required to
perform work and sexual favors to their lords
Forced Labor: Forced to work and were continually beaten
Serfdom: They chipped away at the area and couldn't leave the area, wed or deal anything
without their lords consents
Debt servitude slaves: They were kept as protection to pay obligations or utilized as
guarantee against getting. They were likewise kept to reimburse someone else's
House slaves: They were kept in the house to perform house errands.
With its mellow atmosphere and fruitful soil, the South turned into an a...
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