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White servitude in the colony of Virginia

James Curtis Ballagh

White servitude in the colony of Virginia

a study of the system of indentured labor in the American colonies.

by James Curtis Ballagh

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Published by B. Franklin in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia.
    • Subjects:
    • Indentured servants -- Virginia.,
    • Slavery -- Virginia.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesBurt Franklin research & source works series, 397. American classics in history and social science, 91, Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science ;, 13th ser., 6-7.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4875.U5 B2 1969
      The Physical Object
      Pagination99 p.
      Number of Pages99
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5755332M
      LC Control Number71101987

      Get this from a library! White servitude in the colony of Virginia: a study of the system of indentured labor in the American colonies. [James Curtis Ballagh]. Get this from a library! White servitude in the Colony of Virginia: a study of the system of indentured labor in the American colonies;. [James Curtis Ballagh].

      Get this from a library! White servitude in the Colony of Virginia; a study of the system of indentured labor in the American colonies.. [James Curtis Ballagh]. Virginia, in , passed a law “requiring masters to provide white servants whose indenture time was up with ten bushels of corn, thirty shillings, and a gun Also, freed servants were to get 50 acres of land.” Morgan, Edmund S. American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia, NY: WW Norton,

      John Punch (fl. s, living ) was an enslaved African who lived in the Colony of Virginia. Thought to have been an indentured servant, Punch attempted to escape to Maryland and was sentenced in July by the Virginia Governor's Council to serve as a slave for the remainder of his life. Two European men who ran away with him received a lighter sentence of extended indentured : Unknown, but possibly Cameroon, Gabon or . In the book, From Africa to the Emergence of the Cotton Kingdom, historian Philip S. Foner describes indentured servitude for Africans it this way: But even while these rights were enjoyed by some.


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Top Full text of "White servitude in the Colony of Virginia: a study of the system of indentured labor in the American colonies;" See other formats. In Ballagh had made a study of the institution in Virginia; in Bassett had done the same for North Carolina; in Geiser for Pennsylvania; and in McCormac for Maryland.4 Ballagh had dismissed white servitude in colonies to the south with the remark that "Georgia and.

With a long history in England, indentured servitude became, during most of the seventeenth century, the primary means by which Virginia planters filled their nearly inexhaustible need for labor. At first, the Virginia Company of London paid to transport servants across the Atlantic.

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Internet Archive BookReader White servitude in the Colony of Virginia: a study of the system of indentured labor in the American colonies. Migration and the transatlantic market for indentured servants -- 6. Patterns of servant migration from England to America -- 7.

The market for indentured servants -- Part IV. White servitude in the colonial labour market: 8. The role of the indenture system in the colonial labour market -- : accorded servants and slaves in colonial Virginia.

There is no doubt that both blacks and white indentured servants, as members of laboring classes were the victims of some discriminator}?1 treatment. Whether the nature of the discrimination practiced upon each group was similar, however, remains a controverted issue.

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