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"Indentured Servants, Apprentices, and Transported Children" - Three-quarters of immigrants who settled south of New England during the 1600s-1700s came an indentured servants, convict labor, or redemptioners. Reeling from plague, political unrest, religious persecution, and unfair business practices, a highly structured, though often illicit system grew. Thousands were sent to the colonies under restrictive contracts with the promise of "freedom's dues" in the end.
Join us for this informative presentation by genealogy specialist and historian Kathryn Marshall.