They would have been dressed in rough cotton or linen material with little shape to them. Most would have been barefoot. Slaves that worked in the house would have had full outfits, of a better material and would even have shoes.
Slaves had no rights - they were considered "property"
About 25-30% of white southern families owned slaves on the eve of the Civil War.
before the end of civil war yea
Yes. There was slaves during the civil war.
the slaves were in the civil war because the war was about freedom
No slaves did not get paid they just got treated badly!
About three million
the war was about them. had there been no slaves, there wouldn't have been a civil war.
the jobs that slaves did in the American civil war is druming
The African slaves were totally disenfranchised before the Civil War. They had no rights. They were basically treated like animals, and died by the masses.
Before the war: The immigrants were probably buyin' or sellin' slaves. After the war: The immigrants were probably runin' away from slavery or escapin' their country because there was slaves there.
Many slaves had served in the Civil War. There were about 4 million slaves under bondage by the end of the Civil War.
About a third
Slaves during the civil war were treated very cruelly.
Before, during and after the US Civil War the civil rights of freed slaves and free Afro Americans were severely restricted. Some States before the Civil War would not even allow freed slaves to enter their States. Rights of voting, marriage, holding certain jobs and other normal civil rights of the white majorities were not always the same as for freed slaves.
Yes. The underground railroad existed before the Civil War. After the Civil War the slaves were free. They could leave home. They did not have to escape. They could simply walk away.
before the Europeans took over and after the American civil war
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The revolution was irrelevant to the slaves; they were slaves before the revolution and they remained slaves after the revolution. It wasn't until the Civil War that things changed.