Differences in the Treatment of Slavery in the Southern, Northern and Mid-Atlantic Colonies


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The Differences in the Treatment of Slavery in the Southern, Northern, and Mid-Atlantic Colonies
Slavery was strikingly different in the northern, southern, and mid-atlantic colonies in terms of people’s perspectives on it. The Northern colonies were becoming very revolutionary in terms of their ideals, the distribution of wealth, mode of living, and social system. In other words, the northern colonies embraced modern society much more than the southern colonies did. They also welcomed the idea that all “all individuals of all nations are melted into a new race of men, whose labours and posterity will one day cause great changes in the world”(Crevecoeur, 2007, p.129). Furthermore, all individuals regardless of wealth and race were...
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