Contingency and accidents that led up to Slavery

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American History

 

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Connie H

 

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November 30, 2015

 

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University

 

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These two combinations of tobacco and indentured servants led up to slavery. The money made from tobacco led to the growth of more farmers. Tobacco was easy to grow and easy to maintain, it was the main crop in Virginia. Many colonists in Virginia depended on the crop of tobacco, because they used the produce of the tobacco to pay for taxes and to buy imported goods...
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Many colonists began to see the money making of growing and exporting tobacco. The only major labor force that was available was indentured servants. Indentured servants were people that were in debt and needed to pay their debts back by serving an amount of years. Some people became indentured servants because they need to pay there ride to the Americas...
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