anonymous
  • anonymous
What motivated Europeans to become indentured servants? Many people were trying to escape poverty and disease. They could make a lot of money during their years in service. Indentured servants were given new homes after they were set free. People could improve their social status by becoming an indentured servant.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
When coming over to America? An indentured servant makes 0 by the way. I also don't think they were given homes. If the question is refers to Europeans coming to America people indentured themselves to pay for the passage. They did not get a house out of the deal.

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