Sugar Plantation

Sugar Plantation - How does the Sugar plantation work in...

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How does the Sugar plantation work in West Indies? 1. Expansion of sugar plantation in the West Indies required a sharp increase volume of the slave trade from Africa. 2. It is a factory; have specialized labor and industrial process A) extraction sugar. 3. Who is in charge? Landowners are in charge. 4. Sugar on whole island make profitable. 5. What is like to be slaves? A) Face threat and or violence B) being mistreated and neglect. C) Desire not to be beaten D) conditions i. factory and labor ii. bad living conditions E) not fed well i. diseases spread as well as epidemics occured. 6. Columbian Exchange A) name for Christopher Columbus i. larger transfer ii. technology iii. European livestock 1. horses were the basis for North American Culture iv. firearms v. diseases 1. Spanish brought disease with them. 7. The author of the article on sugar plantation A) mentions the positive way and benefits of sugar. i.
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