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3: In this map it shows where did they took the slaves from and where did they send them. So they took it from Africa then they send them to south America, Rio de La Plaza, United States, Veracruz, Europe, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, and Libya. They were brought the slaves by ships and the ships was so small that people couldn't stay relaxed and they had to sleep a bed made by wood and the bathroom was in the ship so it smelled really bad and some people that by it. This slavery started from 1500 - 1900 | Where did people got there slaves from

5: The Atlantic Slave Trade was the result of, among other things, labor shortage, itself in turn created by the desire of European colonists to exploit New World land and resources for capital profits. Native peoples were at first utilized as slave labor by Europeans, until a large number died from overwork and Old World diseases.

7: Africans themselves played a role in the slave trade, by selling their captive or prisoners of war to European buyers.[20] Selling captives or prisoners was common practice among Africans and Arabs during that era. Throughout the ancient world, including Europe, making slaves of captives was a common practice. The prisoners and captives who were sold were usually from neighboring or enemy ethnic groups.[8] These captive slaves were not considered part of the ethnic group or "tribe", African kings held no particular loyalty to them

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