Slavery and demography in the USA - 1

Nov 2019
We have already seen that the antique slavery was a time-limited obligation (up to 4-7 years) to pay off a debt - sometimes in a form of work. During re-elections of the supreme power the debt was written off everywhere – that is why there were so many fcanemen in antiquity. So it was in Judea, Ancient Rome and Russia. Here we have a question: who taught American slave-traders, and was the American slavery that kind of slavery, which was so picturesquely described for us in fiction?

I present two maps. On the left, there is the slave-trade centres, on the right - the states that existed prior to the epoch of the Europeans’ sea exploration. Correlations are total: slaves were delivered only therefrom where there was statehood of feudal type.

It means that black workers were delivered approximately in the same order as serfs were sold in Europe. Nobody did not run with a lasso in the jungles to catch a victim; black peasants were simply given the order, and they walked up on rule of the ships of their new misters.

It is a high time to remember bills of sale for manors in Russia - without any mention of actual peasants’ sale - and once again, to focus our attention on the fact that it was not people trade; they traded the feudal rights to using other people's work. Moreover, the trade was not direct, but mediate, through becoming related with someone: at first, the buyer became related with the seller through marriage with the local princess, and only then, her serfs submitted to him.

How many times such operation of the latent resale could repeat? According to the Irish national right it was authorized to marry a daughter up to 21 times, and with each marriage she represented the increasing value as she acquired more and more property (within the limits of customer law it was inaliennable) with every husband.

For peasants the legal situation did not change in case of such camouflaged resales; they simply submitted to the regent of their tribal prince. Responsibility for assignment of rights to peasants for money was accepted by the tribal elite - in France of 18 century it was the French elite, and in a case with the Afro-Americans - the African one.

Base claims of the Afro-Americans to white people should be cancelled here - once and forever. Secondary claims, as thrashing, have the right to life for the present. However, this category of claims is deprived of racial shade, - all saves were thrashed. Moreover, approximately 20 % of the people imported into colonies were white slaves from Europe and only about 13 % - Afro-Americans. In addition, behind each group of the imported people there was a tribal feudal lord who had transferred them to their new mister. This is not a racial, but social and historical problem.

Pennsylvania is interesting because Quakers and Barings Bank created it from the very beginning. It looks like a large social experiment of the huge and rather independent capital. For the first time Quakers of Pennsylvania liberated slaves in 1788 - one year prior to the very first slogans of the Great French Revolution. In my reconstruction with a shift in 59 years (the most widespread one), it was 1847. Moreover, in 1847 slaves of Pennsylvania were liberated once again and officially as well. The main thing, in 1847 in Pennsylvania and in 1845 in Illinois BONDAGE slaves were liberated.

The exact text:
1845 Illinois In V. Jarrot, the Illinois Supreme Court frees the last indentured ex-slaves in the state who were born after the Northwest Ordinance. [74]
1847 Pennsylvania The last indentured ex-slaves, born before 1780 (fewer than 100 in the 1840 census [84], but over than 60 and also over than 25) are fcane.
The source:

The keyword is indentured – the meaning is: a person who is bounded with the agreement or concluded a contract. I will remind that they officially meant slaves. In one case, the expression indentured ex-slaves was prescribed to the Irish, but Irish were usual called as indentured servants for life, and it had absolutely different meaning - lifelong hiring.

This is the reason to consider that some part of slaves in the USA were legally not in bondage slavery, and in 1847 in Pennsylvania they made an redemption experiment which 1-2 years later would be implemented in all Europe.

It seems most likely that the first settlers in the USA were counts with their serfs and bondage debtors. I will result two pair examples, which are significant and adequate to the America exploration epoch.
Count Albemarle was a count title in Great Britain. Albemarle is a district in Virginia, the USA.
Lord Delaware was the governor-general in America. Delaware is a state of the USA.

Therefore, all colonial properties were partitioned by royal charter into one of four types: proprietary, royal, joint stock, or covenant.
The source:

It not an exception; in 1864 more than half of cities of Poland were possessory, that is, they belonged to certain families. During the same epoch, possessory cities were fixed in Belarus, Ukraine, Russia and Transcaucasia. It means that all costs bore private owners of settlements, that is, budgets were decentralized, and we should speak with care about a single state up to 1860s.

Asiento was the right to trade slaves passing from one country to another. This word is translated as "consent" (Spanish reale asiento meaning exactly “the royal consent”), meaning the permission given to private persons on trade in black slaves. However the exact meaning of the word asiento – “a sitting, a place”, and words “hacienda”, “fazenda” related to it mean “a manor, an estate”. Synchronously all this set of concepts existed in Russia of the seigniorial epoch - having actually the exact meaning - as a sitting, a manor, feeding.
I will add that it is possible to take away and capure a sitting, a manor and feeding, and captuing reale asiento (the royal consent) by other state is deprived of sense.

The overwhelming majority of the Afro-Americans according to the genetic analysis come from the Fulbe people, and this is from Mali. There are two evidences of departure to America of huge fleets from Mali - in 1311 and 1331. And nobody, except sultans of Mali, could not send so many representatives of the Fulbe people oversea. It was the sultan of Mali Musa I who invested huge amount of gold in the world economy in 1324. Dates are misleading – the history of Mali is a huge white gap, however chronologically these two types of events - enormous export of gold from the country and mass people export from the country - happened absolutely nearby and are definitely connected with some internal locally Mali crisis.

The consensus of the leading archeologists, anthropologists, ethnohistorians, linguists and other modern scientists specialising in the Pre-Columbian era, assert that there are no evidences on any mass Fulbe people travel to America. However, these arguments are not quite correct: there are clear evidences; they don’t just match the Euro-centrism paradigms.