indentured labour

Work under a restrictive contract of employment for a fixed period in a foreign country in exchange for payment of passage, accommodation, and food. Indentured labour was the means by which many...
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indentured labour

(from the article `slavery`) A person became an indentured servant by borrowing money and then voluntarily agreeing to work off the debt during a specified term. In some ... Indentured labour, one form of contract labour, was common in North America in colonial times. Its subjects were western European (mainly British) ... ...were ev...
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indentured labour

Work under a restrictive contract of employment for a fixed period in a foreign country in exchange for payment of passage, accommodation, and food. Indentured labour was the means by which many British people emigrated to North America during the colonial era, and in the 19th–early 20th centuries it was used to recruit Asian workers for emplo......
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