Equality In Philadelphia

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American History

 

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Michele E

 

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June 12, 2014

 

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University

 

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Shoemakers got two shillings per pair for both woman and men shoes. None of that was out of the ordinary either. For the same labor, there was opportunity to make more money and receive better wages for everyone. Life on the plantation varied from the way it was in Philadelphia than the way it was in Virginia...
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Corn was inexpensive and good for trading for silver. In Philadelphia it wasn't uncommon farmers to get twice the income from a bushel of corn than they would in Virginia. Land also was purchased for little to nothing. Men only had to ride about the plantation now and then to see that the overseers had everything under control, which left a big opportunity for free time...
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