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Maryland and became like Virginia. Became a planter colony andconverted to puritans.b.Carolinas (1663)b.i.Two separate colonies. Fit the bill of colonial Virginia, grewtobacco. Raleigh, NC is still a tobacco capital.b.ii.1779, South Carolina separated. Small cites to bring crop and tradethem.c.Georgia (1732)
c.i.James Ovalthorp? and set up a colony where if you were a criminalyou were sent to Georgia to reform and teach how to farm andwork it. Make a living by honest means.c.ii.1772 founded the capital Savannah. Different from southerncolonies because he limited to 500 acres per person. Landrestrictions, worked with family and slavery was illegal (defeatpurpose).c.iii.1752, James realizes colonies wasn’t a success and was doomedfor failure just to grow crops on plantation with slavery just likeevery southern colonies.-Colonies in New England were different from south.-Middle was different from North and south.-Many relied on England across Seas, colonies didn’t view each other asbeing connected to each other.6/13/13I.Slavery in Europea.3 Myths about Slavery: some true, not entirely accuratea.i.Myth 1: Slavery came to North America at the time of Europeaninvasion. 1607 arrived and slavery began, wasn’t naturallybrought.a.ii.Myth 2: Slavery was solely an institution of the southern colonies.North also had slaverya.iii.Myth 3: Slavery was the preferred labor system for running largesouthern plantation in the southern colonies from the time of theirestablishment.b.Slavery wasn’t decided by color of skin. Prisoners of war were slaves.Religion was a determining factor. If a Muslim converted to Christianity,no longer a slave. Africa, European Christians had to convert to Muslim,no longer a slave. Race wasn’t determining factor, but religion was.c.Slav, eastern European prisoners head by western Europeans.II.First Africans in Americaa.Jamestown 1619, first Africans to arrive. Dutch trading ship arrives inJamestown that holds 20 Africans, no status (unclear). Some could havebeen bought as slaves, but others were indentured servants.b.Slave trade: Dutch and Portuguese sailed west coast of Africa. Coastaltribes fought then would capture the enemies and sold them as laborers.III. Indentured Servants: (different than slave) England had an abundance of poorlandless white men and women. (Inheritance problem)a.Why beneficial to servantsa.i.Paid voyage, once in the Americas they will get shelter and food,and contracted to work for 5 and 7 years. Once the contract ended,the servant was free and the planation owner granted the servant alittle part of land to start his own plantation.
a.ii.1640, labor was both slaves and indentured servants. 3 Africansowned land.a.iii.1640-1670s: Virginia was a society with slaves to a slave society.a.iii.1.Society with slaves: slaves workeda.iii.2.Slave society in which the economy is based onslave labor.b.When beneficial to plantation ownersb.i.People were and investment. Indentured servants were very cheap.Total cost of indentured servant= 100 dollars. Total cost of oneslave (lifetime)= 400 dollars.Plantation owners could by several

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