Indentured Servitude

The Great Replacement

By 1776, indentured servitude had become a widespread and prominent part of English life. By the 1810s, however, indentured servitude was seen by most Americans as inherently at conflict with the “natural rights of man.” Gordon Wood,¬†Empire of Liberty, 346. Some Americans concluded that servitude as a whole was “highly anti-republican.”¬†Id. However, as indentured servitude […]