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The cultivation of tobacco was both a blessing and a curse. While it did keep the Chesapeake colonies financially solvent, it created an ever-increasing demand for more land and of course more labor. The British colonists first used indentured servants as the primary labor force, but by the mid-1600s, they turned more and more to using Black slaves. Please discuss the factors behind using white indentured servants and then the reasons you believe that the plantation owners ultimately turned to only using Black slaves.