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Rootology 12

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STUDY
PLAY
par
equal
in/not
not
bas
low
psych
soul
gen
origin
fic
make
ann
year
greg
group
ab
away
bio
life
dis
away
an-
without
tig
touching
mal
bad
equi
equal
super
over
post
after
meta
change
punct
point
tract
pull
ex
out
jur
swear
algia
pain
curs
run
nonpareil
something unequaled
malefic
causing harm
contiguous
touching
metempsychosis
transmigration of souls
biogenesis
theory of life from life
bas-relief
low-relief
postprandial
after dinner
equilibrist
tightrope walker
punctilio
point of conduct
superannuated
obsolete
intractable
stubborn
egregious
blatant
abjure
renounce
analgestic
painkiller
discursive
rambling
Indentured Servants
Some indentured servants had their contract of service worked out with waiting American colonists who would be their masters for four to seven years. Others, upon arrival, were bought and sold much in the same manner as slaves.
Indentured servants had few rights. They could not vote. Without the permission of their masters, they were not allowed to marry, to leave their houses or travel, nor buy or sell anything. In the 1600s, most indentured servants were put to work in the tobacco fields of Virginia and Maryland. This was hard manual labor under the grueling hot summer sun, under which Europeans were not accustomed to working.Most indentured servants who survived the frrst four to seven years in America were freed. The master was required (depending upon the rules of the colony) to provide his former servant with the following: clothing, two hoes, three barrels of corn, and fifty acres of land.
Indentured Servants
Some indentured servants had their contract of service worked out with waiting American colonists who would be their masters for four to seven years. Others, upon arrival, were bought and sold much in the same manner as slaves.
Indentured servants had few rights. They could not vote. Without the permission of their masters, they were not allowed to marry, to leave their houses or travel, nor buy or sell anything. In the 1600s, most indentured servants were put to work in the tobacco fields of Virginia and Maryland. This was hard manual labor under the grueling hot summer sun, under which Europeans were not accustomed to working.Most indentured servants who survived the frrst four to seven years in America were freed. The master was required (depending upon the rules of the colony) to provide his former servant with the following: clothing, two hoes, three barrels of corn, and fifty acres of land.