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Tobacco from the south

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Gene Monahan

on 21 November 2016

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Transcript of Tobacco from the south

How much tobacco is there?
Each adult worker could produce 1,000 pounds of tobacco each year. Each adult worker could fill one hogshead with the amount of tobacco they could collect

In the south they earn money to buy manufactured goods. They need to have tobacco to trade for manufactured goods.
Tobacco
A tobacco note was used like money to buy things they needed from merchants
Cash Crop Money
Any kind of cash crop that is sold for money you can buy needed tools like, clothing and household goods
Thank You for watching Tobacco From the South
Enslaved People
As a rule enslaved people worked from sunrise to sunset, usually in tobacco fields.

Credits
to Google images
and dreamstimes
Tobacco From The South
By: Renee Wilkins

Cash crop
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