America A Concise History 2e Volume 1 and How Did American Slavery Begin? and

Federalist by James A. Henretta

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ContributionsJack N. Rakove (Editor)
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ISBN 100312438605
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A Brief History of Slavery in America 1. When Thomas Jefferson wrote that “all men are created equal” in the Declaration of Independence inthere wereslaves in America. He owned more than a hundred himself.

By the start of the Civil. Warfare and slavery had historic roots in Africa; European trade made enslaving people a way of life. Conquering regions and then selling people as slaves were highly profitable for kings.

Yet participation in the transatlantic slave trade remained a choice, not a necessity. As the Trinidadian historian of slavery Eric Williams put it: “Slavery was not born of racism: rather, racism was the consequence of slavery.” 4 And, one should add, the consequence of modern slavery at the dawn of capitalism.

While slavery existed as an economic system for thousands of years before the conquest of America, racism as we. Slavery started in America inwhen a Dutch ship transported the first African slaves to Jamestown, Va.

The slaves were brought to work the New World's crops. Because America had no laws to govern slavery, the earliest slaves were treated like indentured servants who could work for several years to earn their freedom.

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Moreover, in many of the North American Colonies, slavery was strictly forbidden. Georgia came under discussion; likewise also Philadelphia.

And again it was the Jews who managed a loophole, which had given them freedom following the Revolutionary War, so, they schemed to make slave trading legal.