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Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.

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1: This is the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trading route.

2: Slavery was a punishment at first and then when the demand for slaves was high they started to kidnap people.

3: As it went on more and more people were traded as slaves so many people were ripped from their homes and their family's and put on ship to be sent off to America.

4: The slaves were mainly taken from the country of Africa. It was easy for them to get the children because when their parents were out in the fields working the children were left to fend for them selfs.

5: Some kids were born straight into slavery. These were very dark days for the people of Africa. Heartbreak, loss of family, beaten and murdered for no reason.

6: Slavery is a very ugly part of the past but thats what it is the past. It's now the future and the world is a little balanced out now. Although we still have the memory stained into our minds forever. It is now the time to be equals and forgive the past because this is future the time of forgiveness and we can move on and be friends.

8: Pictures provided by: Google images. Inspired by: Slavery. Written by: Casey Reynolds. cr12589 For: World cultures. Info provided:Olaudah_Equiano1.pdf

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Casey Reyolds
  • By: Casey R.
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  • Title: Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.
  • Slave trading
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  • Published: about 8 years ago