Asked in Colonial America
What kind of plantations did the European colonists build?
The first, and most successful long-term plantations in the United States were tobacco plantations. ...
Asked in New York, New York City
Where is the Cornell Plantations in Ithaca New York located?
The address of the Cornell Plantations is: 1 Plantations Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850 ...
Asked in Slavery
What kinds of work did enslaved people do on the plantations?
They took care of the plantations
Asked in The Difference Between
A difference between tobacco plantations and cotton and sugar plantations was that tobacco plantations had?
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Asked in History
Who first used plantations and where were these plantations?
Well, according to a timeline from the Early Modern Era, roughly from 1450-1750. The first people to use plantations were the Portuguese in 1530's. They traveled to Brazil and started their plantations there. ...
Coffee and sugar and banana plantations are examples of?
Coffee, sugar and banana plantations
Asked in Georgia (US State)
There were no plantations in Georgia in 1750 explain why this is so and explain why this changed after 1750?
There were no plantations in Georgia before 1750 because there were no slaves to harvest the crops. The plantations were so big no one could manage them on their own. Soon after 1750 slaves soon came to America then plantations started to grow. That is why there were no plantations in Georgia in 1750. ...
What did the northern states develop an economic base on?
plantations plantations ^wrong industries -jackie
Asked in Agriculture
What crops are grown on central America plantations?
what crop are grown on plantations central america