south carolina

The Rice State.....your value is in what you produce

The demand for cash crop

According to history African slaves were imported into the Carolina from the outset, but only after 1690 did the colony develop a staple crop rice. This increase the demand for slave labor. After rice became the region's major cash crop, African slaves became more valuable. By 1720, African composed more than 70 percent of Carolina's population.

One of the Proprietaries.....was Constitutionally govern.

The Earl of Shaftesbury, and his secretary John Locke drafted the fundamental Constitutions for our new colony. He later became the leading political philosopher, and the Constitution reflected the Liberal, rights- guaranteeing principles that he later developed. Our Colony like Pennsylvania was religious states, The Governing body decided to limit liberty to certain elites and noble folks in high position; it also recognized African Slavery. Charleston is one of our historical site, it was than Charles town where the first settlers arrived in 1670. Our soil was rich and fertile, we had a growing season of 295 days. We also had different ethnic groups like the Indians and Europeans. Each group desired to have dominant over the trade market, the European continue her economy market by fighting for monopoly over Indian products. The English were successful in taking control of the market because of the system they put in placed. Meanwhile, between 1670 and 1715, about 25,000 Indians were enslaved and more killed in the slave raids. Our slave code was the hardest due to the importation of slaves from the Barbadians that brought their racism and crime rate. The Barbados and Britain made their profit from the labor of the African Slaves on their sugar plantation. in 1690 rice was develop by the colony as the stable food for our region. This also increase the value to the African slaves. Slaves were in every development of the Carolina....."South Carolina: Remember the Civil War? We Didn't Actually Surrender"

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