An individual who owned a plantation was known as a ... While most Southerners
were not slave-owners, and ... In the post-bellum South, many nostalgic memoirs
about plantation life were published.
Most plantation owners took an active part in the operations of the business.
Surely they found time for leisurely activities like hunting, but on a daily basis they
An eyewitness account of life on a Mississippi plantation before the Civil War. ...
Daily Times (soon to become the New York Times) and later as three books.
The Spanish and Portuguese first began sugar cultivation on plantations on the
.... Slave owners determined the nature of the enslaved's daily working lives ...
Slavery and the Making of America Picture of a plantation house near Social
Circle, ... To a degree, the material conditions of slave life were predetermined by
the ... a Louisiana slave owner, documents almost daily beatings and torturing of
Pinney found the plantation owners and managers in the Caribbean to be a lazy,
money-grabbing bunch. They talked of nothing but sugar, thought of nothing ...
some plantation owners make their slaves wear iron masks to stop them eating
the ... We'll have to take the cane tops to feed the cattle then queue for our daily.
The objective of this activity is to give students some experience using a
multimedia computer application to demonstrate knowledge of daily slave life
The story of life on the slave plantation in the antebellum South has been told,
retold ... smaller plantations there was a high likelihood that the plantation owner.
Daily life for a slave in North Carolina was incredibly difficult. ... Many slave
owners did not provide adequate clothing, and slave mothers often worked ...
Because the large plantations of the Lower South needed more slaves than the