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Slave Trade Project

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FC: African Slave Trade

1: The slave trade was enabled to make tribes export, and make money off enemies, as they were captured. Economically African's conquered neighbor's and took them as prisoners then sold them to European or Arab slavers. This made local economy with the capital and their exports, reduced the local population. Since the population was reduced, that meant fewer people would be competing for the limited resources. They demanded that the price for the goods should go down.

2: The slave trade caravan. | These were used to purchase the slaves.

3: This is a picture of how the slaves were transported.

4: The population was scared and most of the country stayed in their homes, just for safety in case they were abducted. Many families were split, and were lost and separated from their loved ones. Most of the African culture suffered, the Dutch and Portuguese went and settled in West African.

5: The population was not growing from the 1400's until thje 1800's. There were hardly enough people left to farm for food and to produce babies. Many young and talented human begins traded effected villages and the trides in Africa. Population declined in some African states, and it increses and others.

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