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Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Karl Frederick Geiser

Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania

by Karl Frederick Geiser

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Published by The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co. in New Haven, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Redemptioners,
  • Indentured servants,
  • Pennsylvania -- Emigration and immigration

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 14327.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17567817M

    Apprentices, Indentured Servants and Redemptioners The Beginnings of White Servitude in America Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG, FOGS [email protected] Immigrant Arrivals: A Guide To Published Sources. Home - Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, Indentured and Redemption Labor in Colony and Commonwealth. New York, Negro Universities Press [, c] ix, p., facsims., bibliography.

    Indentured Servitude in the Colonial U.S. Joshua Rosenbloom, University of Kansas. During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries a variety of labor market institutions developed to facilitate the movement of labor in response to the opportunities created by American factor proportions. Redemptioners brought their families and possessions hoping that friends or relatives would pay their passage when they arrived. Indentured servants were usually single males who received passage in return for several years of work.

    Jul 29,  · Generally, farmers in Pennsylvania preferred to use indentured servants rather than slave labour. In the Chester and Lancashire Counties of Pennsylvania two thirds of the bond ‘servants’ held by the wealthiest Pennsylvanian farmers were indentured servants rather than slaves. Large numbers of voluntary indentured servants also arrived and were sold similar to the convicts. Some authorities state that more than 75% of all immigrants who settled south of New England were indentured servants, convict servants, or redemptioners. This may be an untapped source of research. I will be revising this paper as needed.


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Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Karl Frederick Geiser User Review - Flag as inappropriate. A very interesting book about the different treatments that groups received that were going to America, mainly from Britain and Germany.

redemptioners and servants in the colony and 4/5(1). Geiser, Karl F. Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

New Haven, CT: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., Provides examples of actual indenture contracts, Registry of Redemptioners listings, and runaway servant ads. Grubb, Farley Ward. Full text of "Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania" See other formats.

Aug 20,  · Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania [Karl Frederick Geiser] on innovationoptimiser.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

This work was reproduced from the original artifactAuthor: Karl Frederick Geiser. Jul 17,  · Redemptioners and indentured servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Redemptioners and indentured servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by Geiser, Karl Frederick, b.

Publication date Topics Redemptioners, Indentured servants PublisherPages: Redemptioners were European immigrants, generally in the 18th or early 19th century, who gained passage to American Colonies (most often Pennsylvania) by selling themselves into indentured servitude to pay back the shipping company which had advanced the cost of the transatlantic innovationoptimiser.comh indentured servants generally did not arrive as redemptioners after the early colonial period due to.

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pagesAuthor: Karl Frederick Geiser. This site includes lists of the indentured servants who signed contracts to voyage to Barbados from Bristol, England, as well as a variety of other lists of inhabitants of the West Indies dating from the s, s, and s.

Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Digitized book. Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania by Geiser, Karl Frederick.

Paperback. New. Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back []. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE. Get this from a library.

Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania. [Karl Frederick Geiser]. Indentured servitude in Pennsylvania (s): The institution of indentured servitude has a significant place in the history of labor in innovationoptimiser.com the founding of the colony (/2) to the early post-revolution period (s), indentured servants contributed considerably to the development of agriculture and various industries in Pennsylvania.

Get this from a library. Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania. [Karl Frederick Geiser] -- This work examines immigration by indentured servants in the early days of Pennsylvania colonial history.

Title: Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Volume 10, Issue 2 of (Yale Review) [The Yale Review.

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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania. White servitude in Pennsylvania; indentured and redemption labor in colony and commonwealth.

(New York, Negro Universities Press, [, c]), by Cheesman Abiah Herrick (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Redemptioners and indentured servants in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania, [electronic resource] (New Haven. Immigration and servitude in the colony and commonwealth of Pennsylvania [microform]: a quantitative and economic analysis labor and indentured servants in Pennsylvania, Record of indentures of individuals bound out as apprentices, servants, etc., and of German and other redemptioners in the office of the Mayor of the city of.

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White servitude in Pennsylvania: Indentured and redemption labor in colony and commonwealth. Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Herrick, Cheesman Abiah, Redemptioners. Household employees > Pennsylvania. Indentured servants > Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania > Emigration and. Karl F. Geiser, Redemptioners and Indentured Servants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (New Haven, ) p. 47,; Cheesman A.

Herrick, White Servitude in Pennsylvania "Derived from "Book of Redemptioners, " (unpublished manuscript, Pennsylvania Cited by: I am trying to confirm whether he was, in fact, an indentured servant.

James Leyburn's book "The Scotch-Irish" said that thousands of immigrants who came from Northern Ireland in the s were too poor to pay for their passage. Instead, they would agree to work as indentured servants for a few years in exchange for paid passage to America.White indentured servants came from all over Great Britain.

Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a master to serve a term of 4 to 7 years. In exchange for their service, the indentured servants received their passage paid from England, as well as food, clothing, and shelter once they arrived in the colonies.