March 8

Ep. 0096: A History of American Slavery, Part II: Colonial Slavery in British North America

Join CJ as he discusses:

  • Slavery as a solution to the labor shortages in the New World once enslaved Indians and white indentured servants proved to be inadequate for the purposes of large-scale staple crop agriculture
  • The evolution of slavery in different parts of colonial North America, including the Chesapeake colonies, South Carolina & Georgia, French Louisiana, and the Northern colonies
  • The evolution of the slave trade into the 18th century
  • The evolution of slavery in British North America in the years leading up to the American Revolution

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Posted March 8, 2016 by profcj in category "American History", "Podcasts