Describes the plantations that existed in the southern United States into the nineteenth century, examining what life was like for the owners of these large farming communities, their children, and the slaves.
|LC Classifications||F213 .K35 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|ISBN 10||0865054355, 0865054657|
|ISBN 10||9780865054356, 9780865054653|
|LC Control Number||96044507|
One of the more infamous periods in American history is the era of the southern plantation. It was a time when many wealthy "planters" lived in grand style next. Jun 01, · Buy a cheap copy of The Slave Community: Plantation Life in book by John W. Blassingame. Taking into account the major recent studies, this volume presents an updated analysis of the life of the black slave--his African heritage, culture, family, Free shipping over $Cited by: Although plantations were designed for work, they quickly became critical locations for the family and social lives of enslaved people. On the plantation, slaves usually had a house of their own for their families. The homes were built in a circle and very close together, but those who want their homes to set away from other slaves could have. Learn about the life of a slave on a tobacco plantation in Kentucky. Kids can click on interactive picture to learn facts about slavery, view a slideshow, and listen to .
A Day in the Life of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello From the folks at Monticello a fascinating slice of plantation life. Thomas Jefferson was a very reluctant politician and couldn't wait to retire to his plantation. But with all the work to be done, it's a wonder he didn't want to stay in the White House. Slaves found themselves removed, in an instant to a distant, unknown location, leaving behind family and loved ones, friends and community. This was one of the most bitterly resented features of plantation life right across all plantation colonies. No less common and brutal was sexual exploitation. Aug 04, · This video re-creates how plantation life was for the slaves and their owners. A historically preserved Southern mansion is investigated and the past system of plantation owners and slaves is re. Life on a Plantation introduces children to the daily routine of a plantation detailing: - life in the "Big House" and in the slave quarters-- work in the cotton, rice, and tobacco fields-- customs and traditions of both black and white communities-- how the slaves helped support each other and pass along African American traditions.
Mar 02, · PLANTATION was my introduction to Dorothea Benton Frank's prodigious talent. I paced my reading toward the end of the book because it was about to end. But help was to be found at Barnes & Noble as I found the companion books listed (and quickly added them to my Wish List). I was completely invested with each character's life as I read /5. The majority were field hands who worked on tobacco plantations and large farms. Usually, plantation slaves lived in family units and worked from sunup to sundown with Sundays off. In this lesson, students learn about several aspects of everyday slave life on a plantation. “The Plantation Mistress challenges and reinterprets a host of issues related to the Old South. The result is a book that forces us to rethink some of our basic assumptions about two peculiar institutions — the slave plantation and the nineteenth-century family. Get this from a library! Life on a plantation. [Bobbie Kalman] -- Describes the plantations that existed in the southern United States into the nineteenth century, examining what life was like for the owners of these large farming communities, their children, and.