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Tabacco plantaitions

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Gene Monahan

on 9 November 2016

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Transcript of Tabacco plantaitions

Slaves in the tabaco buisness
Indentured servents were also a big part of the plantation.They worked along with the slaves and cooked the meals.
Indentured servents
once farms get bigger the planter would buy slaves to do the work.
Tabacco plantation owners where usually known as planters they sold the tobacco they grew for cash crop, or bartered with it.
tabacco plantation owners
Tabacco plantaitions
on small farms the whole family had to work hard from dusk to dawn to make sure the crops were planted, harvsted, dried out and sold.

other crops on plantaitions
other crops on plantations were indigo, and rice.These were all major cash crops
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