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This "class" of people lived life extremely comfortable and did not have to worry about money. Elite Class
This "class" of people owned one or two slaves. These slaves completed simple household chores such as cooking and cleaning. Middle Class
This "class" of people lived a hard life, didn't own any land and had to farm food to eat. Lower Class
The entire family worked on the farm in this social group. Independent Farmers
These people were treated as property. Enslaved African Americans
These 2 social classes had no political influence. Freed African Americans and Enslaved African Americans
It was illegal for this social class to learn. Enslaved African Americans
They had a very strong political standing. Elite Class
He invented the cotton gin.... Eli Whitney
The children of this class were taught to read and write. However, they generally did not have private tutors or private schooling Middle Class
This "class" of people owned several slaves to work on the plantation. Elite Class
Created by: williamsonm