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African - A Journey in Chains - Immigration…- Classroom ...

        

Most Africans began their journey into slavery at the hands of other Africans. While Europeans owned and operated the slave ships, the work of kidnapping new victims was generally left to West Africans. Bands of slavers would roam the African countryside, preying on villagers who let their guard ...

      
      
        
              
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How did the African slaves journey to the coast - answers.com
      
        

How did the African slaves journey to the coast - answers.com

        

The African slaves journeyed to the coast of large ships the Europeans forced them on. They were carried as cargo, packed very tightly together, and treated very poorly.

      
      
        
              
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African Slave Trade, 1788 - EyeWitness to History
      
        

African Slave Trade, 1788 - EyeWitness to History

        

The Europeans preferred to stay in the coastal region and have the natives bring the slaves to them. "Most of the Negroes shipped off from the coast of Africa are kidnapped." Dr. Alexander Falconbridge served as the surgeon aboard a number of slave ships that plied their trade between the West African coast and the Caribbean in the late 1700s.

      
      
        
              
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Slavery in Africa - Wikipedia
      
        

Slavery in Africa - Wikipedia

        

Eighteenth century writers in Europe claimed that slavery in Africa was quite brutal in order to justify the Atlantic slave trade. Later writers used similar arguments to justify intervention and eventual colonization by European powers to end slavery in Africa. Africans knew of …

      
      
        
              
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Capture and Captives | Slavery and Remembrance

        

Capture and Captives ... But most Africans boarded slave ships in six distinct regions of the African coast: Upper Guinea, the Gold Coast, ... It was a journey that took its toll on the African men, women, and children bound together by ropes, chains, or wooden yokes.

      
      
        
              
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Images of African Slavery and the Slave Trade - ThoughtCo
      
        

Images of African Slavery and the Slave Trade - ThoughtCo

        

Images of African Slavery and the Slave Trade. Source: "Journey of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile" by John Hanning Speke, New York 1869 Indigenous slavery in West Africa, known as pawnship , differed somewhat from the chattel slavery of the trans-Atlantic trade, …

      
      
        
              
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Africans in America/Part 1/The Middle Passage - PBS
      
        

Africans in America/Part 1/The Middle Passage - PBS

        

The Middle Passage c.1600 - 1800 ... half didn't complete the journey to the African coast, most of those dying along the way. ... where the slaves were exchanged for sugar, tobacco, or some other ...

      
      
        
              
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The Atlantic Slave Trade - YouTube
      
        

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11/14/2013 · 9th World History Unit 1D: 1st Global Age - Europe, America & Africa

      
      
        
              
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History of slavery - Wikipedia
      
        

History of slavery - Wikipedia

        

A deeply-rooted idea that the whites purchase negroes for the purpose of devouring them, or of selling them to others that they may be devoured hereafter, naturally makes the slaves contemplate a journey towards the coast with great terror, insomuch that the slatees are forced to keep them constantly in irons, and watch them very closely, to ...

      
      
        
              
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An Overview of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade - ThoughtCo
      
        

An Overview of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade - ThoughtCo

        

1/26/2018 · The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade began around the mid-fifteenth century when Portuguese interests in Africa moved away from the fabled deposits of gold to a much more readily available commodity -- slaves. By the seventeenth century, the trade was in full swing, reaching a peak towards the end of the eighteenth century.

      
      
        
              
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maps of Africa and the slave trade - slaverysite

        

Many of the slaves were from the interior of Africa, having been taken captive as a result of tribal wars, or else having been kidnapped by black slave traders engaged in the business of trading slaves for European goods. These slaves would be marched to the coast to be sold, sometimes traveling hundreds of …

      
      
        
              
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Middle Passage Facts for Kids - Kiddle encyclopedia
      
        

Middle Passage Facts for Kids - Kiddle encyclopedia

        

The Middle Passage was the part of the Atlantic slave trade where African enslaved people were brought to the Americas on slave ships.Millions of African people were shipped to the Americas over the Middle Passage. The enslaved people were treated so badly on the slave ships that about 15% of them died during the Middle Passage.

      
      
        
              
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transatlantic slave trade | History & Facts | Britannica.com
      
        

transatlantic slave trade | History & Facts | Britannica.com

        

Transatlantic slave trade: transatlantic slave trade, part of the global slave trade that transported 10–12 million enslaved Africans to the Americas from the 16th to the 19th century. In the ‘triangular trade,’ arms and textiles went from Europe to Africa, slaves from Africa to the Americas, and sugar and coffee from the Americas to Europe.

      
      
        
              
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Journey of a Slave | Sutori

        

1. The to-be slave was a member of an African tribe based inland from the golden coast. As the European demand for slaves grew, coastal African tribes attacked the to-be slave's home and forced him and members of his tribe to migrate towards to coast to be sold as slaves.

      
      
        
              
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Slave-Trade Tours in West Africa - TripSavvy
      
        

Slave-Trade Tours in West Africa - TripSavvy

        

Donko Nsuo at Assin Manso is a "slave river site", where slaves would bathe after their long journeys, and get cleaned up (and even oiled) for sale. It would be their last bath before they headed on to the slave ships, never to return to Africa. There are several similar sites in Ghana, but Donko Nsuo in Assin Manso is just an hour drive away from the coastal forts (inland) and makes for an ...

      
      
        
              
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Along the west coast of Africa, from the Cameroons in the south to Senegal in the north, Europeans built some sixty forts that served as trading posts. ... After kidnapping potential slaves ...

      
      
        
              
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The ship, in which I was mate, left the coast with two hundred and eighteen slaves on board; and though we were not much affected by epidemical disorders, I find, by my journal of that voyage (now before me) that we buried sixty-two on our passage to South Carolina, exclusive of those which died before we left the coast, of which I have no account.

      
      
        
              
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Part I: Gold Coast – Ivory Coast – Slave Coast – Cape Coast
      
        

Part I: Gold Coast – Ivory Coast – Slave Coast – Cape Coast

        

7/31/2015 · My work done, I decided the hit the roads and visit the historic Cape Coast area in the central region of the country. As is my wont, I read my history before embarking on the journey and as generally is the case; none of what I read prepared me fully for what I was to experience.

      
      
        
              
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Freed U.S. slaves depart on journey to Africa - HISTORY
      
        

Freed U.S. slaves depart on journey to Africa - HISTORY

        

The first organized immigration of freed slaves to Africa from the United States departs New York harbor on a journey to Freetown, Sierra Leone, in West Africa. The immigration was largely the ...

      
      
        
              
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What ocean journey took slaves to the new world? - answers.com

        

The African slaves journeyed to the coast of large ships the Europeans forced them on. They were carried as cargo, packed very tightly together, and treated very poorly. ... Middle Passage was the ...

      
      
        
              
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Slave Ships and the Middle Passage - Encyclopedia Virginia
      
        

Slave Ships and the Middle Passage - Encyclopedia Virginia

        

Slave Ship Diagram. Slave Ships and the Middle Passage. Contributed by Brendan Wolfe. The slave ship was the means by which nearly 12.5 million enslaved Africans were transported from Africa to the Americas between 1500 and 1866. Leaving from its home port in Europe, a typical ship made its first passage to the west coast of Africa, trading goods for a full cargo of slaves—people who had ...

      
      
        
              
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