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Which best describes a difference between enslaved people in cities and those on plantations in the 1800s? a. Enslaved people in cities were not considered to be property, while enslaved people on plantations were thought of as property. b. Enslaved people in cities often kept some of their wages, while enslaved people on plantations never received any wages. c. Enslaved people on plantations could learn a trade or a skill, while enslaved people in cities were thought of as unskilled labor. d. Enslaved people on plantations did less manual labor, while enslaved people in cities spent more
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Enslaved people in cities were not considered to be property, while enslaved people on plantations were thought of as property. - best describes a difference between enslaved people in cities and those on plantations in the 1800s. [ ]
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