12.2 Southern Society

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  • Plantations
  • your my slaves and you do what I say
  • Slaves
  • this is so unfair we do everything and get nothing
  • Social hierarchy
  • we may not have much but we are grateful :)
  • Plantations were large plot of land used for farming often owned my wealthy whites known as planters. Planters used this land to signify their wealthiness. And only 1/3 of planter she owned slaves
  • Religious beliefs
  • I haven't seen you in forever
  • Slaves live and worked on these large farms. They were used to tend to the land, grow crops, and care for the farm animals. Other slaves worked inside caring for planters children, cooking, Andy cleaning.
  • Slave life
  • WORK NOW SLAVE
  • Planters were at the top of the social classes but just after them were the Yeomen and poorer whites. Yeomen were the whites who couldn't afford land larger than 100 acres and owned few to no slaves. Although there weren't many the poorer whites couldn't afford much and mainly survived off of hunting and taking jobs as commoners. Although there were few, poorer whites were
  • Freedom
  • Many whites shared religious beliefs and practices. Church was the main form of interaction between the townspeople due to the wide space between farms. Many Whites thought that god made them to rule others, leading them to believe that god wasn't against slavery.
  • Hello, how have you been
  • Slaves did 99% of the work on plantations, slaves worked in mills, ship yard and many other places. They had to work extremely hard and weren't acknowledged for anything they did, instead their hard work was claimed by planters and many others.
  • Many of the African Americans were enslaved in the south however over 250,000 Africans lived freely by 1860. Some were descendants from Toussiants L'Overture's Haitians revolution or the American revolution. But many had to either escape from planters or buy their freedom. And although they had restricted rights and still weren't accepted by the whites in any way some grew to become very successful in their fields like William Johnson a barber.
  • WE ARE FREEE
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