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Title: the first 10 years of slavery

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Date: February 6, 2009
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Some arrived as free-men and others had an un-negotiated term of service in which they might be set free. The Census of 1624 tell us that no blacks had a full name even though they had been in America for 5 years, yet very few non-negros have incomplete names. Alfred Vaughn writes " In short, the census of 1624 suggests the early appearance of an attitude deeply prejudicial towards blacks in Virginia...

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Alfred Vaughn writes " In short, the census of 1624 suggests the early appearance of an attitude deeply prejudicial towards blacks in Virginia." Evidence in the census of 1625 show that the information on non-negros progressed such as incorporating age, date of arrival in Virginia, and shop of passage...

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