The Colony I live in Has few slaves but many indentured servants where do I live?
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.
depends where they were sent to, there were more indentured servants in the north versus the south
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They became indentured servants.
First of all indentured people were NOT Slaves. They were people who signed a contract for 7 years to work off the cost spent for them to come to the colonies ( actually there are indentured servants still today). A slave was a human who was bought and sold. They had no say in their life, they were in chains, they had their identity taken from them, they were not free to leave or decide… Read More
Indentured servants were freed after a set number of years. The difference is the servant chose to work for someone.The slave is froced to work for someone An indentured servant was a worker that was not paid a wage, but worked until his travelling debt was paid off. Unlike slaves, they were also fed and sheltered After it was paid off they would be set free and were often given a small part of land… Read More
I live in a colony that uses slaves on its rice plantations Many English settlers and slaves came here from Barbados in the Caribbean Where do I live?
When America was still a British colony, there was a great need for workers, to help with the farms and plantations. While the southern part of the country would soon become known for using African slaves, in those early years of Colonial America, there were a large number of "indentured servants": these were young men and women from poor parts of Europe (mostly from England and Germany) who wanted to start a new (and what… Read More
I live in a colony that uses slaves on its rice plantations. many English settlers and slaves came here from barbados in the Caribbean. where do i live?
There is little evidence that salves were taken by force. Rather, slavery was declared verboten. All those slaves of African descent were declared to be free people, citizens of the United ans States, and by implication, residents of the state where they live. There were still indentured servants for many years after the Emacipation Proclamation. Those were primarily european immigrants that were, by contract, working off the costs of their ocena passage and first few… Read More
We think of slavery as a practice of the past, an image from Roman colonies. There are 29.8 million people living as slaves right now.
Whatever they wanted to. "Indentured" servants were people who signed contracts giving their employers a certain number of years of service in exchange for something of value; transportation to the New World, or instruction in a trade, or paying off their fine for some criminal act. Once they had served their time, they could go on to live whatever kind of life they wanted.
The Southern Colonies develop in mid-1600,Africans and European indentured servants work fields. Indentured servants leave plantations and buy their own farms. Try to force Native Americans to work; they die of disease or run away. planters use more enslaved African laborer's 1750,235000 enslaved Africans in America; 85 percent live in south.
it was harmful because the virginia lands were owned by the Native American and the more land that is takin away the more the madder the Native Americans will be. the Natives helped the settlers live and survive in the land. they helped them with growing crops, building houses, hunting and fishing, and making clothes.
If i remember this right im pretty sure they just get to live in the U.S....that's it all they get is the free trip to America a headright of 50 acers of land.
Indentured servitude was a type of forced labor in early America. It was most prevalent in Jamestown and other early colonies. Basically, how it works is: Steve wants to go to America from the old world, but is too poor to pay for boat passage. Henry is rich and going to America, and tells Steve, "Hey, if you work for me for a few years (commonly about 4, later around 7 years) I'll pay for… Read More
Slave based plantations were not developed in New England because the slave owners there preferred to have indentured slaves rather than African slaves. This was because they believed the African slaves did not live long enough.
Where do i live I live in a colony where slaves are used in the activities of the iron industry and shipbuilding's.?
Slaves weren’t used in shipbuilding nor iron because those were located in northern colonies and slavery was in the southern plantation system.
If you were an indentured servant you would live in colonial America and you would probably live in the house of a rich general. You would basically have no life and get paid very little if at all. Most indentured servants were very young, starting at even age 13. You're duties would be to clean, cook, and you may even be assingned to a specific person in the house. You would take care of that… Read More
In colonial New York, from the bottom up, the lowest social strata was that of slaves and indentured servants. Next would be the shopkeepers, small farmers and traders. Though not wealthy, they were able to live fairly well based on the purchases of the upper classes. The upper class and landed gentry were at the top of the hierarchy. Many of the Founding Fathers came from this class.
Southern colonies were a rural type of colony. The southern colonies were very rich with agriculture. These colonies were also a place to live for the wealthy. Since the southern colonies had many wealthy people, there were also a lot of slaves.
Indentured servants were people who volunteered to enter into contract with affluent families saying that they would work for them if the family paid the servants passage to the New World, shelter and food until the contract was fulfilled. During this time they did the same work as slaves, however many were promised land, clothes and tools at the completion of their term in order to allow the servants to succeed in the New World… Read More
Did enslaved people and indentured servants live in the middle region and if so what were their roles?
I assume that you are talking about the "middle colonies" in colonial North America that consisted of Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York, and New Jersey . They did live there and mostly worked on the larger farms and estates, either as household staff of as field workers.
They lived in houses, what we would think of as mansions today. Roman houses are a kind of special thing, having heated floors, baths, slaves, servants. You should wiki it.
They probably would live with the servants.
Some slaves were treated kindly by their owners and developed friendships with them, especially if they worked in their master's home, or were particularly handy as a field hand. Some slaves were afraid of what it would take to live outside of the community they knew. These slaves often stayed on as paid servants or at least free room and board, after they were freed. They thought it was better than trying to make it… Read More
ANSWER: As for slavery in the United States, it began with the Europeans who settled in the American Colonies. First, the Americans tried to make slaves out of the American Indians, to do the work for them. But, since the Indians were natives of America, it was no trouble for them to escape into the wilderness. Then, there was the process for those called Indentured Servants. This was a legally bound servant, either White or… Read More
African slaves were brought to the American colonies beginning in 1526. They were first brought to the San Miguel de Guadalupe colony, in present-day South Carolina. The colony was unsuccessful and the Africans fled to live with Native Americans, but in 1565 the first permanent settlement of Saint Augustine in Florida had slaves.
They live in BIG castles. Have many servants, up to 3 servants per person. And they love there cows, and oxs for dinner.
Roman servants were slaves and lived in slave quarters behind the master's house. These were like little cells with a bed. I have seen some of these rooms in Pompeii and they were very simple without doors.
Kshatriyas are a large caste living in Northern India. Most of them live in urban areas and have professions such as civil servants, teachers or servants.
What was life in general like for those enslaved in the American South in the nineteenth century where and how did they live and work?
Most slaves lived on plantations with 20 or more other slaves, or in the case of a small slave owner, had links with slaves nearby. Slave owners were supposed to house, feed, and clothe their slaves from infancy till death. Most slaves worked in the fields, though some of the women were used as house servants, wet nurses, or 'babysitters,' and the men as coachmen.
Yes honey bee's are known to live in a colony.
It depends on the type but but if they are not in a colony they can live to about 3 weeks. In a large colony they can live for years.
Yes, Multi cellular can live in colony. E.g. Jelly Fish, Sea Anemone, Obelia Colony
The Plebeians of Rome lived in small houses with little or no servants/slaves. Lived in poor conditions. the end!!!!! =) But that's only some of them. The wealthy ones lived in larger houses with a staff of slaves to wait on them just as all wealthy Romans. The plebeians, just as the patricians, lived according to their means.
i am happy to live in this colony
Yes, the slaves live in cabins which are also called slave quarters
He did not believe that Africans and whites could live peacefully together. Originally he was a proponent of sending all freed slaves to an American colony in Africa. He realized over the course of the war that the simplest solution however was just to free the slaves.
the British colony of Jamestown
It depends on what kind of slave. If it was a permanent slave, they would live with their masters until one of them died or was released by their master. An indentured slave lived with their master until their debt for coming to America was payed off. Most of the time this was 7 years
Most of the Caribbean was under a plantation labour system by 1660 which was based on African Slave labour. The average sugar plantation would have around a 100 slaves plus 3 or 4 overseers that (in the case of the British West Indies) would often be indentured servants of Scots descent. A Factor (the head man or "Bukrah" in Jamaican patois) would be in charge of the estate in the absense of the Landlord, who… Read More
Princesses live in Casals with there father, (the king) there mother, (the queen) and other servants.
Most indentured servants were poor people from Europe who had signed themselves into contracts on tobacco farms in the New World. Contracts lasted 5 years and would then give the newly freed servant their own plot of land to plant and live on. Unfortunately, tobacco prices crashed and many were forced to sign another contract after the first five years to survive or go into debt trying to raise their own crop.
"c'est ici que les serviteurs (or 'les servants, les servantes) vivent"
Nothing that I know of. It is OK to be a servant and live in servants quarters. Jesus was a servant when he washed the disciples feet
slaves lived in old smelly holes in the ground
they live in old bad shakes
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