The most common tool was "the whip". If a slave was considered "getting out of hand", the master whipped him/her, usually until he/ or sometimes she, saw blood. However, if a …slave was considered to be really bad, they were often hanged.
The slaves used bills or cutlasses
Slaves used different tools in the fields depending on what type work they were doing. In fields of cotton, some were given hoes but they mostly worked with their hands to… pick the cotton and put them in sacks.
cotton gins and plows pulled by ox and many more
Forks used for winnowing (Isa 30:24; Jer 15:7), as in more recent times, were probably made of wood and had several curved prongs. The harrow the agricultural operation of h…arrowing is mentioned as being distinct from plowing. Pulverizing and smoothing the soil constitute the chief function of the modern harrow, though it is also used for mulching, covering seed, and removing weeds. Anciently, perhaps a weighted-down board or a rough log was dragged over the plowed soil to break up the clods and level the ground. Hoes were employed for clearing land of weeds and probably also for breaking up clods of earth. Mattocks were probably used for grubbing and for loosening the soil.
Basically, the same tools as any household worker: brooms, mops, brushes, etc.
Like many developing nations who engaged in slavery, US slaves were originally captured in their home countries and brought to America as slaves. Their children would then… have been born into slavery. As time passed and some states abolished slavery, there was still a chance that those slaves who had been freed or even born free might have been (illegally) sold back into slavery in states where it was still allowed.
what ever they could find
Whips That is what I think
any tool that wasnt relly heavy or big such as a knife if they could get one or maybe a hatchet from say a feild
Whatever was current in Egypt at that time.
Not currently. Slaver was abolished with the 13 amendment of the Constitution
for working on plantations see im simple they also used tools for building escape routs for more information try other places
In US Civil War
slaves helped the us farm trade and make income for the us.
a lawn mower