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Who did peasants work for?

Most peasants worked for feudal lords of one sort or another, who owned the manors the peasants worked on. Some peasants worked on property that belonged to the Church. They worked for the churches, abbeys, monasteries, or other Church organizations that owned the land. Some peasants owned their own small farms and worked for themselves.


What is a peasant in feudal Europe?

A peasant owned no land, so they weren't directly a part of the feudal system. Many peasants worked on lands owned by knights or nobles.


What kind of peasants were there?

One kind. They were tenants who worked the land for the lord who owned the manor. In return they got a house and a strip of land that they could use of their own.


What was a similarity in the South between tenant farming and sharecropping?

farmers worked land owned by others


What did peasants working on foreign-owned plantations suffer from?

There was no foreign owned plantations in the middle ages. The "plantation" system developed in the south and Caribbean in the late 1700's and early 1800's. This is several hundred years after the middle ages. Peasants worked on the land owned by the king. In Europe in the middle ages there was a patch work of holdings by nobles who gained land from marriages and the king as a reward for service. There wasn't "foreign owned" lands.


Who developed a policy that forced peasants to put their land and animals into state owned collective?

Joseph Stalin developed a policy that forced the peasants to put their land and animals into state owned collective.


Who are Peasants or serfs who worked the land?

tenants


Who worked the land for the lord of the manor?

The peasants


What is a large Spanish colonial estate owned by a wealthy family but worked by many peasants called?

a large Spanish colonial estate owned by a wealthy family but worked by many peasants called an hacienda


How was the feudal system structured?

nobles owned land, peasants were tied to land


In medieval time what did a peasant own?

In medieval times European peasants owned very little. Indeed the land that they worked on farming was normally not their own. They would only have owned small personal items that they could create themselves or were passed down in their family and in most cases did not even own their home. In this time period peasants were little better than slaves who worked for the benefit of the manor owner who owned the land they worked and lived on. It could even be said that a peasant truly owned nothing as they would have no rights to their own personal items if their lord chose to take them away from them. They really didn't even own themselves, as they were seen as property of their lord.


Did lords employ peasants?

No, peasants worked for free, in return for a small amount of land, and protection


How did medieval queens treat the peasants?

Like peasants. They were queens and the peasants were poor people who worked the land or made the things that were needed.


What did peasants do for their lord?

Peasants payed rent to their lords, in the forms of labor, a share of the crop, or money. In exchange for this they got a place to live, land to farm, and protection.There is a link below to an article on serfdom, where more information can be found.the worked the land the kings and lords owned


What the difference between a knight and a warrior?

A knight is unique to the feudal system, they were noble warriors who owned land, peasants, and worked for the king. A warrior is anyone who fights well in battle


Did Lenin give private ownership of land to the peasants?

No he did not give private ownership of land to the peasants, despite his revolutionary slogan "Peace! Bread! Land!" Land owned by individuals was confiscated from them in the name of the state and not redistributed to the peasants as they were led to believe would happen.


The peasants were allowed to cultivate the land for their own use as long as they worked on the private land of the lord?

Feudalism.


Who were the lower class in the middle ages?

Serfs and peasants. These people worked on farms that were owned by the nobility.


What are villeins?

Villeins were medieval peasants who worked the land for landlords,some had their own strips of land.


What were peasants who owned land called?

Peasants who owned land were called yeomen.Another word for a peasant who owned land was franklin. This was a usage in the Late Middle Ages, however, and the term originally simply meant freeman, or a peasant who was not a serf, regardless of whether he owned or rented the land.Another useful word to know is freeholder, who was a person who owned land, as opposed to a copyholder, who rented with a lease.


Where were farms and fields located during the middle ages?

On land that peasants owned


What were three causes for the Russian revolution?

The people wanted an end to Russia's participation in World War 1. They wanted an end to shortages of food and manufactured goods. They wanted land that was owned by the wealthy few to be turned over to the peasants that actually worked the land.


What were three causes to the Russian revolution?

The people wanted an end to Russia's participation in World War 1. They wanted an end to shortages of food and manufactured goods. They wanted land that was owned by the wealthy few to be turned over to the peasants that actually worked the land.


What is life like on a Chinese commune?

They had a strictly controlled life of the communes and peasants worked land together. They ate in communal dinning rooms, slept in communal dormitories, and raised children in communal nurseries. They owned nothing. The peasants had no to incentive to work hard when only the state profited from their labor


What jobs did villeins have?

Villeins were medieval peasants who worked the land for landlords,some had their own strips of land.