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S: Colonial Regions By: Rama Alattar

FC: Colonial Regions By: Rama Alattar

1: 2011 Social Studies Project Period 3 Mrs. Martin

2: Sincerest apologies to all the colored people that struggled to survive. And to those that didn't have:

3: Special Thanks to Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Reck for giving me this information, And to Mrs. Duffy for first showing me

4: Large Landowners............ Relied on members for labor, Lived predominately in the south, Relied on indentured servants for labor, Were educated in some cases, And had rich social culture.

6: Farmers.......... Worked on land according to the region, And relied on family members for labor.

8: Women......... They were care takers, house-workers, They were not allowed to vote, And they had few opportunities for an education.

10: Artisans..... Worked as craftsmen in towns and on plantations, And lived in small villages and cities

12: Free African Americans....... Were able to own land, Had economic freedom, Could work for pay, Decided how to spend their money, And couldn't vote.

14: Enslaved African Americans............. Were captured in their native Africa and sold to slave traders, Were shipped to the colonies where they were sold into slavery, Were owned as property for life without any rights, And were often born into slavery (Children of enslaved African Americans were born into slavery.)

15: Separated Families | Torn Relationships

16: Indentured Servants.... Were men and women who worked for the person who paid for their passage to the colonies And were free at the end of their contract (usually worked 5-7 years).

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