By Richard Worth
The USA is really a country of immigrants. Spanning the time from while the Europeans first got here to the recent global, this booklet conveys the thrill of those tales to kids. It highlights the topics, humans, locations, and occasions that have been vital to every immigrant workforce.
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They poured into Savannah and Charles Town, seeking freedom in the British army. Others fought for the American army, often serving as substitutes for their masters, who were allowed to send someone to serve in their place. Still other slaves joined bands of robbers and attacked plantations. African Americans in the Patriot Army jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj African Americans played an important role in the American army during the Revolutionary War. In the North, the Continental army, as the American army was known, recruited free black citizens to serve.
This sudden freedom was difficult for some former slaves. They had never before had to provide food and shelter for themselves and their families. Many former slaves lacked the resources to do anything else but stay on the plantations, and they found themselves working the fields belonging to their former owners. Others 61 worked as sharecroppers. These farmers rented land from their A Divided Nation former owners and paid them back with a share of the crop they raised. The plantation owners often took advantage of them.
Approxithem mingled with free black artimately 25,000 slaves escaped sans and dockworkers. They were from South Carolina. often forced to take poorly paying jobs to survive. African Americans in the northern states who remained in slavery often found that their masters were in no hurry to free them. Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey passed laws that called for only a gradual emancipation (freeing) of slaves over several decades. In the South, the status of African Americans varied from state to state.
Africans In America (Immigration to the United States) by Richard Worth