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BC: By: Courtney Boden

FC: Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade By: COurtney Boden

1: African Slavery A slave is someone who is taken to work for another person. EVen 3,500 years slaves were known and traded. Egyptians used to trade African slaves across the Nile river. Africans and African slaves had very little rights. Capture Traders were known as the captures. Since children usually the age of ten were in charge of their younger siblings it was up to them to make no traders would get to their siblings. If they would see anyone that would try to capture them the young child were have to yell out AIEEEEAH! Traded Some slaves were traded with different slave owners. When the slaves were traded they would be put on a ship with many other slaves to transport them to their new "owner". When they wee on these ships some slaves didn't even make it to their new work place because of the ship being so crowded, dirty, and unsanitary.

2: Transport When the slaves were being transported they often got sick as well. The slaves on the Ships(which was they were usually transported on were not cared for if they would get sick or even hurt. They were treated very

3: Transported(continued) very cruelly. They could be beaten and abused and nobody would stand up for them. Life as a slave life as a slave was very hard because you didn't have freedom of speech or a right to do what you wanted. Life as a slave you got abused until you did something for your Trader.

4: websites: http//www.africaculturalcenter.ord/4_5slavery.html The life of Olaudah Equiano Worksheet

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  • Title: Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
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