Rice was one of the most valuable commodities of mainland North America, surpassed only by tobacco and wheat. The Atlantic slave trade grew to match rice production. Overseers could legally punish slaves and even murder them.
There were many diseases like malaria, dysentery, and typhoid that the settlers encountered. The diseases and harsh life shortened life expectancy of the settlers by as much as 10 years for newcomers from England. There was slow population growth during the s in the Chesapeake.
Most immigrants were young males from England.
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