African Americans In Colonial Times
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The institution first legalized in Massachusetts in 1641.
Not all Africa Americans were slaves. 8% of blacks were free.
The majority of blacks living in the chesapeake worked on tobacco plantations and large farms.
During the 18th century, half of williamsburg populations was black.
Slavery was the foundation of virginia's agriculture system and essential to its economic viability.
Slaves on plantations lived in complete family units, they worked by rising and setting of the sun and usually had sundays off.
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