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Serfdom in Russia. By Kate Moy. What was serfdom?. Modified slavery Enforced labor for protection and the right to work on leased fields Working in the fields and various chores around a landowner’s estate. Who Were the Serfs?. Formed the lowest social class of the feudal society

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what was serfdom
What was serfdom?
  • Modified slavery
  • Enforced labor for protection and the right to work on leased fields
  • Working in the fields and various chores around a landowner’s estate
who were the serfs
Who Were the Serfs?
  • Formed the lowest social class of the feudal society
  • Worked the master’s land and paid him rent for their plots
serfdom timeline
Serfdom Timeline
  • 13th century – serfdom started
  • End of 16th century – peasants were under complete control of the landowner
  • Middle of 17th century – serfdom was hereditary
  • In 1861, Alexander II issued the Emancipation Manifesto
freed at last psych
Freed at Last!! PSYCH.
  • Major reform
  • Land still owned by master
  • Russian Revolution of 1905
  • Russian Revolution of 1917
serfdom and crime and punishment
Serfdom andCrime and Punishment
  • Dostoevsky had a deep hatred toward serfdom
  • Father killed by own serfs
  • Would meet with others to discuss the idea of serfs being liberated
    • Mikhail Petrashevsky
the petrashevsky experience
The Petrashevsky Experience
  • Arrested
  • Threatened to be executed
  • Nicholas I staged incident
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