Synonyms for indentured servants

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He was probably assisted by Augustine's slaves and indentured servants.

To give a complete list of Washington's indentured servants, even if it were possible, would be tedious and tiresome.

Little social stigma seems to have attached to the indentured servants as such.

So did some who were indentured servants; and, indeed, an occasional transported convict rose to prominence.

Captain Tildwell did not understand the arrangement by which Captain Cuffe had four indentured servants on board.

The East began with indentured servants but soon found the system of slavery more profitable.

Below these classes were the indentured servants and negro slaves.

There was a steady flow of emigrants to the American colonies, including transported convicts and indentured servants.

In 1756, indentured servants in America were allowed to volunteer as soldiers in the British army serving in America.

Here were to sit "freemen of the province," that is to say, all white males who were not in the position of indentured servants.