How did economic, geographic, and social factors encourage the growth of slavery as an important part of the economy of the Southern colonies between 1607-1775?
The growth of slavery became intertwined in the life of the southern colonies in the 17th century and early and mid 18th century. Slavery slowly evolved from numerous factors. Such factors that lead to the mixing of slavery and the southern colonies' life were social classes, geographical location and economic problems. The paramount example is Jamestown, Virginia, the first successful English colony.
During the development of Jamestown, there was the unintentional creation of social classes. The higher classes were people who had land and money. These were the people who brought indentur…
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