Ibid., X, 1336.
Whites had been field hands. One man had inspected many plantations "and seen 30 or 40 English, Scotch and Irish at work in the parching sun, without shirt, shoe or stocking." Ibid., V, 1657.
Lord Culpeper reported from Virginia in 1681 that there were 15,000 servants and 3,000 blacks in a population of 70 to 80,000. Ibid., XI, 320.