Plantations during the Civil War?


Plantations during the Civil War were highly important when it came to distinguishing between different classes of people. Some people were known for the amount of slaves they had, how large their plantation was, or how well their plantation, crops, and slaves were doing. A plantation was something that allowed landowners to make money, while providing adequate resources for their family. The most popular crop was tobacco during the Civil War, followed by rice and indigo.
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