Nor were only non-europeans seen as qualifying for slavery. Scots were
driven off their land and forcibly transported, many to work off the
cost of their transportation as indentured servants.
"Michael M. Butler" wrote:
> Relevant to this part of what you write is the treatment of the Indios in mines and on plantations, though they weren't
> "brought in". And the question of "convert or die": is that slavery, or simply sharp business dealing? (.5 :) )
> James Rogers wrote:
> > For example, there was a long period of time where the Spanish sold slaves
> > in New Orleans and other places along the Gulf Coast that were being brought
> > in from Spanish controlled territories.
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