Louisiana history timeline 1771 1860

Louisiana History Timeline 1771 1860
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Louisiana History Dates: 1771-1860 1771 Free People of Color in the Colonial Period, 3% 1786 Miro’s Bando and the Tignon Spanish governor Miro passed his Bando du buen gobierno (Edict or Bill for Good Government) - Women live in situations called concubines - Two of the sections in this edict focused on free women of color A lot of free women of color had men that took care of them so they didn’t have to work – Miro saw this as a problem that could lead to potential disorder and stated they should get back to work Also stated that women of color needed to stop flaunting themselves, specifically in the way they dress and the way they wore their hair 1800 Free People of Color were at 18% 1808 American Civil Codes allowed for manumission and for a slave to enter a contract for terms of freedom When slavery was against the law, the plantation owners had the female slaves give birth to many children , and they were made into reproductive labor forces 1810 When west Florida republic briefly declared its independence it has a
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