How was work divided among the slaves during seasoning in the West Indies?
a. Children worked alongside their parents, sharing work hours and tasks.
b. Masters generally split the slaves up into several gangs, with the strongest men doing the heaviest work, the older slaves and women doing weeding, and children assisting in light tasks.
c. Creoles never worked in the field, only in the masters' house as domestic servants.
d. Many of the slaves were chosen for skilled tasks, such as carpentry and bricklaying.