yes there were mariners, indentured servants, and slaves in New Hampshire
Yes both practices existed in New Hampshire.
Indentured servants usually did household works in New Hampshire.
Yes! They had lots and lots of indentured servants.
New York had indentured servants and slaves.
Sadly yes they did.
Yes as well as slaves.
Indentured servants, and then slaves.
Yes as well as slaves.
Indentured servants come to the New World because they want to create a better life and not live in the same circumstances in England. Slaves came to the new world forcefully, because of the Atlantic Slave Trade.
how did indentured servants come to the new world
new England had indentured servants
Indentured servants were free white people who were working off Passage to the new world. Slave were people who were owned by another person and were considered property and not human.
tobacco in Virginia and also cotton
it was an impractical place to cultivate cash crops.
Slaves and indentured servants
indentured servitude was highly used in the north, though there was some slavery for a little while.
no there was no slavery or indentured servants in NJ.
What groups of people did the Europeans force to work as slaves in the New World their indentured servants from the Old World?
Europeans forced those bought through the slave trade in Africa to work as indentured servants.
New England was an impractical place to cultivate cash crops.
In the era of forced labor, slaves were considered by owners to be more reliable than indentured servants. This is because the owners saw how indentured servants were more likely to rebel and resist due to their superior educational background and exposure to outside society when compared to slaves. Additionally, indentured servants were knowledgeable about the eventual termination of their forced service via a contract that bound them to the owner. They knew they could… Read More
Neither. New Jersey in its colonial time relied on women to cook and clean, much as they do today.
in 1619 the first Africans (about 20) arrived on a Dutch vessel to the chesapeake Bay (Massachusetts)but they were not treated as slaves but as indentured servants. === ===
Indentured servants worked for a predetermined amount of time, normally 7 years, to repay passage to the new world. A slave was owned and would never be free and their children would never be free.
What are two major groups that helped create a new nation in North America were slaves and indentured servants?
michael jackson and the janet jackson tribe of the jacksons
They did have indentured servants in Rhode Island. They would serve for 2-7 years, and then they would get a free piece of land. Indentured servants came to the colonies when they wanted to get away from their old life and get a new one.
They all went there because they want to create a better life style. To get the tobacco in Virginia and also the cotton
Slaves became cheaper because the Royal African Company lost its monopoly so everyone could transport slaves to the New World. An influx of slaves meant they were cheaper than before and also planters didn't trust indentured servants after Bacon's Rebellion
So they can come to the New World, because they didn't have many opportunities in Europe. So they became Indentured Servants to tag along on the journey to the New World.
They were to pay of debts from back in England. (old) They were housed. Furthermore, they were NOT forced to work like Slaves at the time.
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They helped crops- crops that were always needed Indentured servants made up the majority of workers. Indentured servants are servants who work for somebody for a number of years, if the person they work for pays for their journey from Europe to the colony. Trade was also important. One major product was wheat. slaves and women also ran stores and farms to help the colony. Hope you love me )(
Why did colonial masters first adopt the institution of indentured servitude rather than Indian or black slavery?
Early on, there was a steady stream of white, indentured servants coming from England to the New World. Many were promised land after completing their services and were therefore eager to work. The main reason colonial masters opted for this option was because these indentured servants were much cheaper than African and Indian slaves. After Bacon's rebellion however, and after an economic upturn in England which kept laborers home, indentured servants became a less desirable… Read More
Most Servants did not really have any jobs. Many of them were criminals that where offered a way to earn their freedom back. Others had no job and wanted to start all over in the "New World" but couldn't afford to make their own passage. So they became indentured servants to get over to the new world and earn their way in. Source: Major in United States History
An indentured servant was someone who was basically a slave until they paid back what they owed to their "master." Here are some sentences. In order to come to America, Molly became an indentured servant to Captain Mitchell. The indentured servants did most of the work around the house. It was common for people to become indentured servants to pay off a debt. Indentured servants worked hard for their masters in return for their masters… Read More
Slaves began living in colonial New Hampshire around the year 1654
Probably because there were few people settled enough to buy them and put them to work. The British were still sending debtors and criminals to be indentured servants.
Slaves were treated ok, but they were not imposed. They didnt have much slaves in colonial New Hampshire though.
Obligated to serve for a certain lenght of time under a contract
they had it yes and why to help
Slaves and indentured slaves moved to New York and New Jersey, and trade expanded the population.
They are both slaves. An indentured slave has a choice and gets paid while a regular slave, has no choice and isn't paid. EDIT: They are not both slaves. An indentured servant works for room and board and passage to the New World for a set amount of time and still has rights and was treated humanely.
New Hampshire was (and still is) in the north, and so it was not part of the slave based agrarian culture of the south. It was not dependent upon slaves.
They were given basic supplies to start a new life.
They would become servants to be able to come to the "New World"...
Prior to the American Revolution there were slaves in New Hampshire; in 1783 they issued a new state constitution that said that all people born in New Hampshire thereafter were free, including children of slaves; howeve people who were born slaves prior to 1783 were not automaticly freed by this; also it did not prohibit the importation of slaves; so there were still a small number of slaves in New Hampshire tha twer freed in… Read More
The colonists in New Hampshire did earn money through the sales of slaves. They also earned through the sale of the produce that the slaves produced.
Indentured servants, or people who work for an amount of years for a bit of land, money, and clothes at the end of those years, came from England in the Great Migration and were more civilized and humane. Look up indentured servants!
Farming at that time was very labor intensive; this was before the invention of modern farm equipment such as the combine harvester, so slaves were mainly used as farm laborers. But household chores were also much more labor intensive in those days (for example, we now have furnaces which will keep a house at whatever temperature you set on your thermostat; in earlier times, someone had to chop wood and build fires in fireplaces in… Read More