Life on a plantation introduces children to the daily routine of a plantation detailing life in the big house and in the slave quarters work in the cotton rice and tobacco fields customs and traditions of both black and white communities how the slaves helped support each other and pass along african american traditions. Life on a plantation historic communities paperback by bobbie kalman crabtree publishing company paperback good spine creases wear to binding and pages from reading may contain limited notes underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. This book is intended to help an older elementary student understand the life on a southern plantation approximately around the 1850s it does focus on the plantation owners but mostly on the running of the plantation through slavery. One of the more infamous periods in american history is the era of the southern plantation it was a time when many wealthy planters lived in grand style next. Life on a plantation part of history slavery and its abolition slaves still built a family life outside of their working hours and slave communities looked after each other they also
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