African slave trading became the main problem dividing Americans, and could even of been a factor of many, which led to the American Civil War. Why did the South not abolish slavery altogether? It wasn't as simple as that; slavery was crucial for economical, political, social and even religious reasons; of which the greatest was economical. Slavery was vital to the Southern colony's continuation of economic profit, and therefore was chiefly economically based. The conditions of the Southern colonies were much suited to plantation agriculture, which provided the basis of the South's wealth.
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Land and slave owners were at the top of these ranks, and then came poor farmers, and then slaves at the bottom. Virginians had a specific attitude towards others based on the color of one’s skin and the amount of slaves a person had (pink). Generally, the amount of slaves owned by a proprietor established his position and power, measured his affluence, and marked his status. The plantation owners with the most land and slaves held the most power in th... ... middle of paper ... ...(pink). Plantation owners needed slaves to maintain their lands, without which they would receive no profits.
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Different as they were indentured servants and slaves became an integral part of the colonies. As a result of depopulation of the locals and increased productivity, the colonies adopted the use of indentured servants from Europe and slaves from Africa as labor. Journeys from these places were plagued with disease and miserable conditions that were difficult for the slaves and indentured servants. Indentured servants were considered a higher class and given rights while slaves were treated as property. While the indentured servants voluntarily entered contracts to work off their fare to the colonies and eventually earned their freedom, slaves were in servitude permanently.
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