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The systems offered the illusion of independence to black laborers.


Farm tenants alone, however, owned their crops outright, possessed the authority to plant the crops of their own choosing and in the manner they pleased. Though crop liens weakened this authority, tenants nevertheless enjoyed greater autonomy than sharecroppers. The tenancy system would eventually place both black and white farmers into a cycle of debt. Unable to acquire sufficient capital to purchase their own land, laborers were caught in restrictive contracts that prevented their mobility or ability to negotiate better terms.

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At Poplar Grove, the majority of the Foy slaves remained on the plantation after emancipation. Having chosen surnames to reflect their new-found freedom, family bonds solidified and African American men began the process of securing their own households. Here, the rent for housing and subsistence land was free.

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  5. The tenant families primarily inhabited the old slave cabins on the property, as well as a few new buildings, simply constructed of unfinished lumber during the late nineteenth century. The tenant farmers roles did not differ from those of their enslaved days for both men and women.

    From the old Market House , the tenant farmers could sell their own produce grown from the small garden plot each had been allotted, or carry their employer-in-name-only produce to market.

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    In reference to a request for data regarding J. My first strawberries were planted in I used only home fertilizers. Planting Sweet Potatoes Library of Congress. Turnips were fed to cattle and not marketed. Used no commercial fertilizer, but large quantity of barn-yard manure. Melons grow very easily with us and are prolific producers. I commence cutting asparagus about 1st of March, and shipments last six weeks to two months; can make good crops and find ready sale for same. I only plant corn for home use, and raise all my own pork.

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    Some stayed for the duration of their lives and others enjoyed the mobility of moving from job to job annually. Women received thirty-five cents per day and men received forty cents.

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    However, farm hands were paid ten dollars per month and were provided with rations, a house, and a garden plot. Shoes could be purchased for ninety-five cents. Each family had a garden plot for vegetables, and they raised their own chickens, which supplied eggs and additional herbs. Some also added to their livelihood through hunting and fishing along the waterways. Robert Lee Foy, Jr. They lived on seafood, cured pork, corn bread, biscuits, black eyed peas, dried butter beans. That was the staple. They also ate a lot of molasses.

    Take hot biscuits, molasses and butter. The molasses is black strap.

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