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Indentured Servants and Slaves

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worked for a number of years and then were free
indentured servants
children were born as slaves
slaves
worked mainly in the South on large plantations
slaves
worked for someone else
indentured servants and slaves
voluntary
indentured servants
worked for life
slaves
easy to escape; could blend in
indentured servants
helped the colonies prosper
indentured servants and slaves
involuntary
slaves
difficult to escape; skin color stands out
slaves
Slaves had a great deal of knowledge on how to grow this cash crop:
rice
This language was a combination of English and African languages created by the slaves
Gullah
This food was a combination of many items and is still cooked today.
Hoppin' John
Singing, dancing, and storytelling was used for entertainment and to preserve their __________.
history
Slaves were not allowed to marry, own land, or __________.
vote
Indentured servants worked mostly in the __________ and __________ (area of the Colonies)
North and South
Slavery did not take hold in the North because Puritans and Quakers thought slavery was __________.
morally wrong
Slavery began in which English colony
Jamestown
The indentured servants worked for someone for a certain amount of time in exchange for __________.
A voyage to America
Gullah is still spoken in which two states today?
Georgia and South Carolina
Which word(s) is/are still used today from the Gullah language?
yam, okra, banjo
Name the three continents that made up the Triangular Trade:
North America
Europe
Africa
Which items were exported from Europe to Africa?
guns
glass
cloth