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A slave from back then had nearly any land what so ever. Slaves never had farms also because they were listed into the category of the lower or lowest class. Occasionally slaves did have large plantations or farms because they were bought by wealthy people or nobleman in the highest class that had large houses and many slaves.

black people owned slaves too

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