Plantations were an important aspect of the history of the American South,
particularly the antebellum (pre-American Civil War) era. The mild subtropical
climate, plentiful rainfall, and fertile soi...
A group of slaves gathered outside their quarters on a plantation on Cockspur
Island, Georgia in the mid-19th century.
An eyewitness account of life on a Mississippi plantation before the Civil War. ...
With it, a slave could produce up to 1,000 pounds of cotton per day. By 1850, the
Plantations had been used with great effect long before the Europeans settled in
the Americas. Sugar cane plantations, for example, had thrived around the ...
"Inspire a negro with perfect confidence in you and learn him to look to you for
support and he is your slave," were the words of one plantation owner. Of course
Here we will explore the world of the large plantation (keeping in mind that only
12 percent of slaveholders held "planter" status by owning 20 or more slaves1), ...
Dec 8, 2009 ... Life at the Plantations, is not tell you how they was raping men, teenage boys and
10 ... what is seasoning in slave trade? is this plantation?.
Jul 28, 2013 ... This is one part the New Orleans Documentary I did back in 2012 upon visiting
the slave plantation....Every shot in this doc is handheld...so I ...
Nov 1, 2009 ... slavery and plantations in the south. ... a slave yourself open your fucking eyes!
your school system is controlled by the slave master rockafella, ...
Learn about the life of a slave on a tobacco plantation in Kentucky. Kids can click
on interactive picture to learn facts about slavery, view a slideshow, and listen ...