overseer-watches over everyone field hands-work outdoors house slaves-does the cooking and cleaning for the other slaves
The house slaves of the 1800s were given old, handydown clothes from their owners, which is usually cotton rags for clothes instead.
Yes. Freed African Americans owned slaves in the 1800s.
Slaves were owned by others and did what they were told.
Slaves were considered to be property in the early to mid-1800's.
no they can't
Harriet Tubman, freed many slaves in the 1800s.
why did people own slaves
there were a lot more slaves in the 1800s than there were in the 1600s.
Many former slaves moved west in the 1800s. Northerner's feared freed slaves would take their jobs. They did not want to stay in the hostile South.
Well, your mom had quite a few slaves back in the day
they become slaves
It was awful. Masters hurt the slaves. Many slaves ran away because of the torture.
slaves wore ripped, toren, ragged, stinky, worn down rags.
slave a day is a dime a day
I think it was Africa but im not sure.
They did, yes.
An arm and a leg, or 10,000 slaves
The African American slaves wore old clothing from their masters. Usually rags.
House slaves looked after the owners house and family on Southern plantations. House slaves were selected from the most well-behaved of the field slaves. House slaves cooked the meals, cleaned the house, did the laundry, and looked after the children.
the cotton gin