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American South History: Plantation Nexus 1660s-1860s

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Department
History
Course
History 3321E
Professor
Eric Jarvis
Semester
Fall

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American South Sept 21Plantation Nexus 1660s1860sNexus A bond or link between members in a groupThe Plantation is crucial to understanding the American South Serious social and economic implications to the souths development PlantationHuge amounts of land 100s of AcresManor houseBased on one single crop not producing their own foodStaple crop for cashCotton tobacco rice sugarA lot of available landKill the soil and move to a new landHuge amount of land and shortage of labour You cannot growthese things for export on a family farm colonies have too few people There was an attempt to enslave natives but this did not work because they could run away not as noticeable as black slaves Indentured servants existed Signed a contact to work for a certain amount of time this was not slavery
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