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Black Africans had been engaging in the slave trade, both between various black African peoples and with the Arabs, for centuries, though in a somewhat less permanent form. Thus they were set up and ready to sell slaves to anyone who had the money to buy them. The Europeans needed laborers who were …used to tropical conditions to do manual labor in their colonies in the Americas. Thus, since the Africans were already in the slave business anyway, it was easy for the Europeans to become their next customers.. Also the Europeans wanted slaves to work on their sugar plantations. They already had bondservants whom they had to pay but the African slaves provided a much cheaper way to get labour. ( Full Answer )
It is because they needed the extra hands. Plus the people were loyal to the British. Another thing is that the people that owned the slaves were lazy!
Historic accounts of Abraham Lincoln, show him to have been opposed to slavery and in favor of ending it for his entire life. As he grew to manhood, he was occasionally able to witness slavery, and grew more opposed to it. There is a link to an article on Abraham Lincoln below.
Slave owners wanted slaves because they were able to make money orprofits by the work performed by the slave.
Hitler was against the Jewish people because he believed that theybetrayed Germany in the First World War. He also believed they wereinferior to the Aryan people.
Because slavery is inhumane and the north's economy was not as needing of slavery as the south's was.
Because it is cheap, easy labour, although you have to have no morality, it is a way to save thousands of pounds in health care, wages, and it will get the job done... at the cost of any chance of a place in heaven though...
ME TO!!! . BUT MY DAD IS ALLERGIC SO I WANT A LABRADOODLE BUT MY MOM WANTS A SMALL DOG SO...?
Lincoln did not like the institution of slavery but he was not an abolitionist and he respected the constitutional right to own slaves. However when some states seceded from the union he decided they had lost their right to have slaves so he issued his famous emancipation proclamation that freed sla…ves outside the federal union. I think he thought it would encourage the anti-slavery forces in the North and help demoralize the South. ( Full Answer )
As a boy, Abraham Lincoln attended a church opposing slavery with his family. Later, he witnessed slavery as he traveled to and through parts of the South. The historic record would indicate he always opposed slavery and wanted to end it because he regarded it as immoral. He also opposed the aboliti…onists, who he believed were making things worse rather than better. In the end, the Civil War put him in a position of having to act, but his wishes were formed long before. ( Full Answer )
Money . Before the cotton gin, there was not much profit to be had out of cotton. There was too much time involved in making it a marketable product. After the gin, cottons potential was realized, the plantations were booming. Even with the gin, the harvesting of cotton was still very labor inten…sive. Plantation owners brought in slaves to do the harvesting. This dramatically cut the cost of production and increased profit. ( Full Answer )
Slaves could do all the work that they did not wanna do for them. They were also very cheap so more people decided to buy them.
If you're talking about for the purposes of determining representation in the House of Representatives, the northern states specfically did not want that, as it would have allowed the southern states to dominate.
People usually think that the north didn't want slaves, but this isn't true. There were generally more slaves in the south, but niether side really wanted slaves. 96% of the Confederate Army did not own slaves.(1860 US Census.) Though heavily debated, the number is still low. "If the war was abo…ut Slavery I would resign my commission and offer my sword to my enemy." ~Ulysses S. Grant, Commander of the Union Armies The U.S. Flag flew over slavery a full 70 years before the Confederate States of America came into existence. The Confederate States of America freed her slaves in 1863. The Federal Union didn't do it until 1868 with the passage of the 13th amendment. 13,000 free Blacks who owned slaves themselves. ( Full Answer )
yes Moses wanted to free the slaves, from Pharaoh , but he refused to let them go.
Because of industrialisation. The factory managers could not use massed ranks of unskilled labourers. They wanted trained and qualified tradesmen, craftsmen and technicians. This required free mobile labour.
Slavery has been practiced by most peoples and cultures across the world in times past. Whole economies were based on it including the Roman Empire, The American South, and Many African and Arab cultures. Slavery provided the slavers with a free workforce (apart from food and housing) but caused o…ther problems. ( Full Answer )
Because they depended on the basically free labor to harvest crops and do other things to benefit them financially. The reason was money.
No, they did not. However, they did enforce strict rules on the slaves and if one broke them, the punishments would be unimaginable.
It depends where they were. During that time I'm sure there was hunting going on, so probably Beagles, Foxhounds, Bassets, and other hounds.
This is a question best answered by your self, Put yourself in a position where you are owned and where you have to do anything you are told to do no mater how unhealthy how dirty or degrading or depraved, Anything. that is the reality of being a slave. Sounds pretty revolting doesn't it?
The northern states didn't have slavery as the southern states did, and they were smaller. They were afraid that if slaves were counted as part of the population that would give the southern states an advantage when they were represented in Congress. In 1790 35% of the population in VA was slave, so… that can make a difference in the balance of power between states. ( Full Answer )
People wanted slaves because they worked at a relatively low rate. this allowed the slave owner to sit back and relax while the slave did the real work. Not only did slavers have ready supply of workers they also had a splay of people of all ages children toddlers and baby's that they could used to …satisfy any of their sexual urges as these poor people had absolutely no more rights then cattle. ( Full Answer )
Slaves naturally wanted to fight against the people who had enslaved them, in order to free themselves and to bring an end to slavery.
Business men would want slaves to work on their plantations. They wouldn't get paid so it was free labour.
It was to a cheap source of manpower that the Europeans couldn't satify in the European Colonies in America.
because they were to lasy to do it them self ;also, because they wanted them to work there sugar plantation and it was cheaper with slave labor
The white men emotionally, physically, psychologically and verbally abused the slaves. Some were even so cruel to deliberately separate families, rape domestic slave women and then neglect the children, severely punish them for minor offences such as answering back to a master could mean death by dr…awing and quartering which is being pulled to pieces by horses. They tried to make slaves think they were worthless and deserved to be treated in the worst way. Especially in British colonies slaves were overworked and humiliated, underfed, tortured and slavery was until death. Slaves could not be married, be educated or could not even become Christians if they wanted to. It is therefore quite obvious why slaves wanted to kill their white masters after the abuse and torture they experienced for generations. ( Full Answer )
At the very end, they decided to put slaves in Confederate uniform and get them to fight for the South, but it was too late to make any difference.
It was already a slave-state, and Lincoln allowed it to remain so. This kept it from breaking away and joining the Confederacy - a big achievement by Lincoln. However, the state remained deeply divided, and the situation in the early months of the war was so confused that the local Union comma…nder, Brigadier-General Harney, organised an unofficial truce with the pro-Southern leaders. Ironically, this sensible arrangement was technically treasonable, and Harney was in trouble over it. His replacement was an over-promoted Captain (Lyon) who ended the truce, and soon died in battle on account of it. The effect was to provoke partisan warfare all over Missouri for the duration of the war. But it still never joined the Confederacy. ( Full Answer )
Answer: Because they had been held to do work for so long and some of their owners starved them to death. They want freedom because they were tired of the life their owners want them to do! Answer: They wanted freedom for the same reasons anyone wants freedom now; it is because it is ones God gi…ven right, and no man or woman has a right to take it away from another. They were human beings, and no human being prides themselves in being owned by someone else as if they were furniture or an animal. They wanted to be their own men and women. ( Full Answer )
Because of the vast amount that needed to be done around the plantations, households, roman style villas, and because owning slaves was a sign of wealth
Well, I don't think men cooked and cleaned and fed babies and changed stinky diapers as well, so that's probably why. In my mind, there is another reason why a man would want a women who is not allowed to say no. (no matter how wrong the motive is)
Around the early 1800's the Northerners realized how bad slaves really were to keep. A lot of northerners still though it was fine to have slaves.
They don't need them. They don't have big plantations like they do in the south. And they think it is wrong and they are against it.
Clarification is needed for your question to be correctly answered: Northern who? Northern businesspeople, northern politicians, northern farmers? Do you mean that someone called for the sale of slaves to be taxed, or something else? I believe that as long as slavery was recognized - as it was in th…e Constitution until the 13th amendment - slaves were considered like any other property. But I don't know of any specific case of someone calling for them to be taxed. ( Full Answer )
Some do, some don't. It's only a matter of interests and personalities. I recommend you speak with your partner if you're not sure what she wants.
The Abolitionists in the Union - an increasingly powerful group, but never a majority. The average Union soldier was not especially interested in slavery. It was the extension of slavery into the new Western states that caused the War, not Abolitionism.
Usually farmers wanted slaves because they had alot of land and needed much help to plant and harvest the crops
Because if they did learn, they learn how to rebel. then the might rebel and escape.
The southern climate was very uncomfortable for Europeans used to cooler temperatures, lower humidity and less sunlight. This discouraged agriculture and economic development in general. The introduction of African slaves in 1621 changed this as Africans were quite acclimated to the climate. T…his in turn led to an explosion of highly profitable cash-crop agriculture which became the mainstay of the southern economies until the widespread use of air conditioning, which decoupled commerce from climate. ( Full Answer )
Slaves are free labour. You don't have to pay them any money to work for you.
They probably didnt need slaves but they thought the south needed slaves or the economy would be destroyed or they were just mislead into thinking slavery was right and african americans werent actual human beings
Yes, Lee advocated training regiments of slaves and giving themtheir freedom at the end of the war.
The South worried since the number of representative in the House of Representative is chosen by the size of the population per state and since slaves made a large proportion of the population in the South compared to the Whites... That without the slaves being included in the population of the S…outhern states they would have a much smaller number of representatives in the Congress. ( Full Answer )
They didn't particularly. It was the Supreme Court, influenced by the elderly Chief Justice, Roger Taney, that interpreted the Constitution in this way. Taney reckoned that when the Founding Fathers had declared that a man's property was sacred, they would have included slaves in their definition o…f property. So was the South that applauded this decision - strictly, it meant that slavery was legal in every state of the Union. ( Full Answer )
The abolitionist movement reached its peak between 1830 and 1860. During this period, abolitionists, those who "insisted slavery undermined the freedom, righteousness, order, and prosperity of all society" (McInerney, 8) sought to identify, denounce and abolish this cruel institution using their rig…hts of free speech and free press. With free press and free speech "abolitionists depicted slavery as raw, aggressive power carrying in it's wake the seeds of political, social, economic, and moral dislocation" (McInerney, 18). In other words, the evils of slavery were expressed by abolitionists in an attempt to convince American society that slavery was not only morally wrong, but it also went against the goal of the republic, which was liberty and equality for all. At least initially, abolitionists relied on moral suasion to persuade individual slaveholders to free their slaves rather than on the coercive power of government. In the mid-1830s, abolitionist societies attempted to flood the South with antislavery propaganda, sent through the mails, only to be blunted by southern state laws and local pressure that forced southern postmasters to destroy these materials rather than distribute them. Abolitionists also insisted that blacks were the equals of whites, that racism also required instant extirpation, and that freed slaves must be incorporated into American society as white's social and political equals. ( Full Answer )
They wanted to be house servants because they got to have any of the food that was leftover and it was way better than the food they got when they were working in the fields.
He wanted to let them be free. I think that when he was elected, hefreed them.
Almost always the reason for any action is money. They could sell those they had caught in raids. Of course, they took loot but slaves brought them more money. The same reason occurred for slavery in the South before the Civil War.