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Plantations are large farms where African Americans worked as slaves to plant crops.
Slaves are African Americans that were forced to work for whites.
Southern states had slaves, including Virginia and North Carolina
Slaves grow rice, okra, Tania, black-eyed peas, guined melon, and yams.
Male slaves were treated bad; they had to plant crops and carry logs and do most of the outside work.
Girls were treated bad but not bad as the boys, they had to was dishes, clean the rooms and wash clothes.
Slaves were sold by their owners that have a lot of slaves. They were bought by other white people. Slaves were sold for 50 to 100 coins.
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