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Unformatted text preview: 9-21-07*Re a d Hugh Jone s’s Account of Sla vc Life a nd bring it with youMonda y ne xt we e k*Am ista d – Re nt a nd wa tch it.₪It wa s cha otic, crue l, a nd is inhum a ne .₪Ca use d a lot of a nge r₪It is im porta nt to look a t this a spe ct of our history be ca use we ha ve to unde rsta nd the conte xt of the e ve nt.₪½ of the Africa n’s die d during tra nsport.Plantation Society₪What was it like for African slaves on a plantation₪Regardless of the crop, Caribbean and American plantations hadcommonalities/differencesoIn CommonThey specialized in the production of an agriculturalgoodThey produced food for the local community (as well asfor export)They profited from the production and export of corps.They relied on slave labor (stupid white pussies, gladslavery is dissapearing)These plantation societies were racially dividedoDifferencesCaribbean could not naturally sustain their slavenumbersPlantation owners got women so that they would havekids...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course HIST 1403 taught by Professor Noll during the Spring '08 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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