This Is a Plantation Owner’s Life

In the 1850s, before the Civil War, many plantation owners were rich farmers who didn't lift a finger to tend their crops. They oversaw their slaves toiling in fields like this.

This happened a lot because back then, Cotton was called the “King of the South”, dominating the Southern economy and affecting sales in Europe.

George S.

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