Prompt 4 Outline >Trace the developmentof the system of chattel slaveryand discussthe way it became entrenched in various colonial regions of North America. How did the existence of Slaveryaffect Americancultural, economic and social structures ?QUESTIONS ASKED;1.
How did Chattel Slavery developed ?2.Discuss how Chattel Slavery established.3.How did slavery affect American cultural, economic, and social structures?THESIS;“Although Chattel Slavery differed in the North and South America, based on how they were used socially and economically, they were very similar in where they came from.”BODY PARAGRAPH:-Intro~ How it developed, established, and affected Americans...thesis,-North A.~ Household jobs only-South A.~Everything w/ labor -Conclusion~ Similarities of ‘Race Base’ ESSAY;Chattel SlaveryIn the 1200’s, human “black” beings were considered to be property items to who they were bought and sold to in the North and South America. This type of slavery was called Chattel Slavery, because it was a race based society. Although chattel slavery differed in the North and South America, based on how they were used socially andeconomically, they were very much similar in where they came from. Chattel slavery began right after “Bacon’s Rebellion”, when the 1st African slaves were brought to the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619, due to the plantation of tobacco. The trade of slaves startedwhen Dutch captured a small group of slaves to sell to the English. The request of African slaves started to increasedrapidly mostly in the South, and some in the North of America. The South needed male slaves in order to increase their production in the New World by working on tobacco plantations. The south didn’t pay nor gave anything to the slaves, instead they invested their money on either slaves or land, which eventually led to having more slaves than plantation owners. Owners became afraid and became even more harsher on the slaves. The South justified slavery by believing that people who were not christians were not entirely human and were inferior. To the South ‘Black’ signify as evil and darkness. Oppose to the North, they didn’t need slaves, they owned and operated their own factories, they only used slaves to work underhousehold jobs. The work condition in the North was way better than the south, it was less harsh, had less disease, and had equal gender slaves. The similarities of the slaves on both colonies was that they were all still under strict regulations. They had