of the South, the economic nature of the institution of slavery aided in the increased inequality of wealth seen in the. Robert Fogel and, stanley. "Antebellum era" redirects here. Enslaved African Americans also resisted by forming community within the plantation setting. The Exodus and Racism: Paradoxes for Jewish Liberation, Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, Vol. In addition to the authority practiced on individual plantations, slaves throughout the South had to live under a set of laws called the Slave Codes.
"Most farmers in the South had small- to medium-sized farms with few slaves, but the large plantation owners wealth, often reflected in the number of slaves they owned, afforded them considerable prestige and political power." 3, phillips erroneously contended that masters treated slaves relatively well;. Slaves were even sometimes murdered. This resulted in a majority of the slaves not knowing their heritage, not knowing when or where they came from.
Cotton was by far the leading cash crop, but slaves also raised rice, corn, sugarcane, and tobacco. There, the adults taught their children how to hide their feelings to escape punishment and to be skeptical of anything a white person said. Because they lived and worked in such close proximity, house servants and their owners tended to form more complex relationships. Efficiency of slave agriculture edit, the leading historian of the era was. Also, slaves were sometimes sold as a form of punishment. In examining class relations and the banking system in the South, the economic exploitation of slave labor can be seen to arise from a need to maintain certain conditions for the existence of slavery and from a need for each of the remaining social strata. A Modell for Christian Charity ". There were also many prevalent Black abolitionists such as Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman that emerged during this time period to join the fight against slavery.
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