Frances' teacher may have been her mother or an indentured servant.
The value of the Indian servant was about the same as that of the English indentured servant.
But disease was not the only danger that the indentured servant faced in those days.
Perhaps there was an indentured servant who could teach her a little.
Equally without foundation is the statement that the indentured servant could desert his master with impunity.
This man had once been an indentured servant with Mr. Rolls, a sugar factor at the Barbados.
The lot of the indentured servant was not ordinarily a hard one.
Hughson had in his service an indentured servant,—a girl of sixteen years,—named Mary Burton.
This was almost entirely the result of the substitution of slave labor for the labor of the indentured servant.
If the white woman were an indentured servant, she was constrained to serve an additional year.
a person who is bonded or contracted to work for another for a specified time, in exchange for learning a trade or for travel expenses (as to America)
A person under contract to work for another person for a definite period of time, usually without pay but in exchange for free passage to a new country. During the seventeenth century most of the white laborers in Maryland and Virginia came from England as indentured servants.