Slavery in the Bahamas
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Types of slave labour
This is the most common job. They seem to be involved in every aspect of agricultural work, such as preparing the fields, planting, weeding, and harvesting. They also feed the cattle on the plantation.
Although the most skilled craftsman's post was normally reserved for whites, the increasing slave population resulted in more slaves filling the vacancies left by the whites. Most are situated in New Providence. Common fields include:
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