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By 1710 those of African descent consisted of one-fifth of the population of the regions population. Slaves were kept together 10 to 15 in a single living quarters, each was expected to cultivate two acres a year, overworked and alone these men were expected to work 6 days a week...
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Slaves cost more than twice an indentured servant but were worth the expense in labor power. The transition from indentured to enslaved labor increased the social and economic gaps already experienced in this time period. Those who could afford the workers generated more income than those who couldn't...
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