• AP World History 2003
    . Indentured servitude was used instead of slavery, but in the end, it was almost the same affliction. David Northup's Doc 4 compares directly with Doc 3, 6, and 9. They show almost just the sheer amount of indentured servants that were shipped for the purpose of hard labor. All three documents...
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  • Tobacco/Cotton Slavery FRQ
    Compare and contrast the experience of slaves on tobacco plantations in the early seventeenth-century Chesapeake region with that of slaves on nineteenth-century cotton plantations in the Deep South. What forces transformed the institution of slavery the early seventeenth century to the nineteenth...
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  • Hist1301
    become land owners. 2. Compare/contrast the Middle Passage to the voyage of indentured servants. In "The Middle Passage" they were not treated the same as were the people in "The voyage of the Indentured Servants" . The people in the Middle passage were beaten and deprived of food even...
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  • History: Slavery
    than the blacks/whites servants. The slaves basically are like working machines when the machine breaks or dies out they find another machine to replace it. 6. Compare and contrast indentured servitude with slavery. Why do indentured servants and slaves come to the New World? Be sure to discuss...
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  • Compare and Contrast of Slavery
    African American I 205-1 October 2, 2012 Compare and Contrast Slavery in the Chesapeake, low country of South Carolina and Georgia, and in the northern colonies differed in plenty ways but also had their differences. In Chesapeake from the 1620s to the 1670s, white and black people worked...
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  • Indentured Servitude vs. Black Slavery
    Compare and contrast indentured servitude with black slavery. Why did Chesapeake colonists make the switch? After the colonies started to thrive with the new crop exports, there was a very high demand for field workers to cultivate those crops. There were two ways that the colonists met this...
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  • ghjhgy
    resources Slave trade o Captured native Americans Sold as slaves Headright System o Attracted people to settle o Also indentured servants Virginia Trade Stock Co.: o Triangular trade route How did economic, geographic, and social factors encourage the growth of slavery as an important...
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    resources Slave trade o Captured native Americans Sold as slaves Headright System o Attracted people to settle o Also indentured servants Virginia Trade Stock Co.: o Triangular trade route How did economic, geographic, and social factors encourage the growth of slavery as an important...
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  • Compare and Contrast of Slavery Essay
    slavery, three regions of the country had slight to very different lifestyles as well as small to very common similarities. Slavery during the 18th century influenced how slavery went forth for the next century and a half. In this essay I will compare and contrast 18th century slavery in the...
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  • Chattel Slavery
    was supposed to differ from slavery, however, the servants were treated as harshly as the slaves Chattel- African slaves were treated as commodities System of slavery whereby an individual and their offspring are recognised by the law as being the property of another person for life. This...
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  • Questions for Ap Us History
    type of sponsor, a master, to pay for the trip. In return, that person had to go to America and serve that master for a set amount of years and create a profit for them in the new lands. 6. How did the voyage of indentured servants to America compare with the "Middle Passage." They were also packed...
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  • Ap Us
    a form of self government Town meetings Larger sense of civic duty No slavery 2. Compare and contrast the ways in which economic development affected politics in Massachusetts and Virginia in the period from 1607 to 1750. THESIS: Economies developments throughout the years of 1607...
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  • Essay
    Era and for the Northern and Southern colonies, we think that he means Massachusetts and Virginia. Thank you for any help. Answers: Northern economies were not based on slavery, some indentured servants but not slavery. Northern communities tended to be initiated for religious purposes...
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  • SlaveryNorthvsSouth
    ). Compare and contrast eighteenth-century (1700 to 1799)  slavery as it existed in the North and in the South?    Remember explain what details of the institution of slavery, the economics of slavery and the practice of slavery existed for each region of America   Some ways to focus or organize...
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  • Us History
    . They believed that being free was spiritual. To puritans, liberty meant that the elect had a right to establish churches and govern society, not that others could challenge their beliefs or authority. 5. Compare and contrast the systems of indentured servitude and slavery as they existed in...
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  • Hst 263- History of Race Relations in South Africa Midterm Study Guide
    from a form of frontier clientage that involved some degree of reciprocity and mutual advantage for both the Khoikhoi and the whites. Essentially it was a form of extra-legal and unregulated slavery. This gave the Khoikhoi servants the legal rights of indentured laborers as opposed to slaves while at...
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  • History
    against their will, and they suffered huge deprivations and oppressive conditions as part of their lives as slaves. The institution of lifetime slavery in America did not occur immediately.  The first slaves to arrive were treated more or less as indenture servants, and many of them eventually became...
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  • Colonization and Conflict in the South, 1600-1750
    slavery was firmly established. 4-Consider and discuss the ways in which the character and composition of the black population and the institution of slavery in the Chesapeake changed between the middle of the seventeenth century and the early decades of the eighteeth century. 5-Compare and contrast the Spanish treatment of native peoples in the Southwest with relations between Indians and English settlers in the colonial American Southeast....
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  • Slavery in North America
    to lead to this inevitable conclusion, by using a compare and contrast type of format. The focus of the ongoing research will include slavery in both the North and South. It will not merely be based on the comparing and contrasting of the two, but “in-between” as well. To best support the thesis...
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  • Jnsef
    farm land. Chapter #3- Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619-1700 1) Compare & contrast the New England & Middle Colonies in terms of motives for founding, religious & social composition, and political development. You may answer this question in a chart format New England...
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