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have to write a little essay and really need some help with some key points, read the chapter, im not just here trying to get somebody else to do my homework im just really not following our book. anything helps!Discuss the status of African Americans in colonial America and the early years after American independence (1619-1788). What key changes occurred, and why? Your response should consider evidence relating to the following, at a minimum: (1) the development of slavery in the Chesapeake region, (2) the Revolutionary War experience, and (3) African Americans in the new republic (c. 1780s).



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  1. pyralidiform says:

    Hello Justin,Slavery in Colonial AmericaSlavery was created in pre-revolutionary America at the start of the seventeenth century. By the time of the Revolution, slavery had undergone drastic changes and was nothing at all what it was like when it was started. In fact the beginning of slavery did not even start with the enslavement of African Americans. Not only did the people who were enslaved change, but the treatment of slaves and the culture that each generation lived in, changed as well.When America was first founded the colonists believed that they could do one of two things. They could either ask for entire families and groups of people to come over from England to start family farms and businesses to help the colony prosper. The other option was to take advantage of the lower class people and promise them land and freedom for a couple of years of servitude (Charles Johnson et al, Africans in America 34). Read more information here: [external link] …