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Unformatted text preview: drop aTer 1630 1) new labor force needed Planta4on Slaves III. Slavery Becomes Entrenched A. The Evolu4on of Slavery 1. Na4ve Americans – refused to learn English labor techniques and could escape. 2. Indentured Servants – numbers declined 3. Africans – more expensive, but worked for life 1690 – 13,000 slaves 1750 – 200,000 slaves B. The European Slave Trade 1. originally had slaves in the West Indies...
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