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Indentured servants.

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What best defines an indentured servant?

An indentured servant is a person who works for a specified period of time to pay off a debt or secure passage to a new country. They are under contract to work for their master in exchange for something, such as land, education, or training.


What term is used for a person who came willingly to America and worked without pay?

The term used is "Indentured Servant". This was a person who worked without pay to pay off his debt of being transported to America.


What is A laborer who is agreed to work without pay for a certain period of time to pay for his or her passage to America?

Slave


What is a laborer who agreed to work without pay for a certain period of time to pay for his or her passage to America?

Slave


What were the people called that worked to pay their way to America?

Indentured servants


Did slaves agree to work without pay for a landlord as long as the landlord paid for their passage to America?

NO


Who agreed to work without pay for a landlord if the landlord paid for their passage to America?

Indentured servant.


Which term was used to describe early colonists who worked for a specific number of years in exchange for their passage to America?

Indentured servant.


People who wanted to come America but couldn't pay for it so they exchanged 5-7 years of labor for passage to America were called?

debtors


What does indetured servent mean?

they agreed to work five years to pay back the cost of their passage to America


Settlers who could not pay their own passage and worked for some time without?

indentured servents. i think thats right i hope i hellped :)


Who was the person that came to America and worked without pay to pay off the cost of their voyage?

Many people wanted to come to America from Europe, but a lot of people could not afford to pay for passage on a boat. These poorer folks who wanted to make a better life for their families had the option to come over on a boat, and then work off their debt as a slave for a period of around 7 years. This practice was known as indentured servitude.