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Africans who had been baptised before arriving in Virginia could be granted the status of indentured servant until , when another law declared them to be slaves. Whites and blacks in the lowest stratum of Virginian society shared common disadvantages and a common lifestyle, which included intermarriage until the Assembly made such unions punishable by banishment in Towards the end of the 17th century, British policy shifted in favor of retaining cheap labor rather than shipping it to the colonies, and the supply of indentured servants in Virginia began to dry up; by , annual immigration was in the hundreds, compared with 1,—2, in the s.
As tobacco planters put more land under cultivation, they made up the shortfall in labor with increasing numbers of slaves. The institution was rooted in race with the Virginia Slave Codes of , and from around the growth in the slave population was fueled by natural increase. Between and the number of slaves in the colony increased from 13, to ,, nearly eighty per cent of them born in Virginia.
Augustine was a tobacco planter with some 10, acres of land and 50 slaves. On his death in , he left his 2,acre Little Hunting Creek to George's older half-brother Lawrence , who renamed it Mount Vernon.
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Washington inherited the acre Ferry Farm and ten slaves. At his death he possessed over 80, acres.
Washington inherited slaves from Lawrence, acquired more as part of the terms of leasing Mount Vernon and inherited slaves again on the death of Lawrence's widow in Of that total, belonged to Washington, the remainder being dower slaves, and were productive men and women.
Six were listed as dead or incapacitated, and the remaining eighty-eight were children. By the time of Washington's death in his slave population had increased to people, including children. Of that total, he owned , leased 40 and controlled dower slaves. From his childhood he always ruled and ruled severely.
He was first brought up to govern slaves, he then governed an army, then a nation. He thinks hard of all, is despotic in every respect, he mistrusts every man, thinks every man a rogue and nothing but severity will do. Thomas Jefferson  Although Washington employed a farm manager to run the estate and an overseer at each of the farms, he was a hands-on manager who ran his business with a military discipline and involved himself in the minutiae of everyday work.
They were kept busy year round, their tasks varying with the season. With two hours off for meals, their workdays would range between seven and a half hours to thirteen hours, depending on season. They were given three or four days off at Christmas and a day each at Easter and Whitsunday.
He thought of his workers as part of an extended family in which he occupied the position of a father figure, with mutual obligations between master and servant. When a slave named Cupid fell ill with pleurisy , Washington had him taken to the main house where he could be better cared for and personally checked in on him throughout the day.
The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association have concluded these rooms were communal areas furnished with bunks that allowed little privacy for the predominantly male occupants. Other slaves at the main residence lived over the outbuildings where they worked or in log cabins.
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The cabins were poorly constructed, daubed with mud for draft- and water-proofing, with dirt floors. Some cabins were built as duplexes ; some single-unit cabins were small enough to be moved with carts. They grew their own vegetables in small garden plots they were permitted to maintain in their own time, on which they also reared poultry. Slaves occasionally earned money through their normal work or for particular services rendered; for example, Washington rewarded three of his own slaves with cash for good service in , a slave received a fee for the care of a mare that was being bred in and the chef Hercules profited well by selling slops from the presidential kitchen.
Because of the unequal distribution of males and females across the five farms, slaves often found partners on different farms, and in their day to day lives husbands were routinely separated from their wives and children.
Of the ninety-six married slaves at Mount Vernon in , only thirty-six lived together, while thirty-eight had spouses who lived on separate farms and twenty-two had spouses who lived on other plantations. Washington's head carpenter Isaac, for example, lived with his wife Kitty, a dower-slave milkmaid, at Mansion House Farm.
The couple had nine daughters ranging in age from six to twenty-seven in , and the marriages of four of those daughters had extended the family to other farms within and outside the Mount Vernon estate and produced three grandchildren.
An infant remained with its mother at her place of work. There is evidence in the historical record from that Mount Vernon slaves had contacts with Baptists, Methodists and Quakers. Collared and caged, his arrondissement si awaits her training. Pas, the alien warrior prince ne on recovering his si, needs a voyage.
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