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Social Hierarchy cont. Key Terms Gang Labor System I. Life as a slave Task Labor System A. Family Half Way government B. Community Patriarchy C. Work Yeoman D. Life after work Maroon E. Resistance and rebellion Angola II. Life in the Chesapeake A. Family B. Community III. Life in New England A. Family B. Community IV. Life in the Middle Colonies Gang Labor system-practiced more in the Chesapeake, they slaves were watched by an overseer, it was sex segregated and was determined by the strenuousness of the work Task system-Carolina low country area, people were given tasks and had to been done in a certain amount of time D. As a woman-family duties-meals, gardening, childcare, laundry, etc. -support networks-food preparation -fear of rape-by a master, overseer, or a slave As a man-abroad marriages-if wife did not live on plantation and needed to provide for her -supplementing meals-rabbits, squirrels, and fishing E. –Running away-mostly men between 16 and 35 and Spanish colonies granted freedom -Maroon communities-mixed cultures -women didn’t run away as often because of children and would
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HIST 1115 taught by Professor Rvshelton during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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