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The Transatlantic Slave Trade and Abolition: a Hampshire perspective
A view of Barbados
A list of enslaved Africans
Sketch of a sugar factory
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Sugar nippers and sugar bowl
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A clay pipe and tobacco tin
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A female supporter of abolition
A Quaker supporter of abolition
Burial record of a Black servant
Download the resource book ‘The Transatlantic Slave Trade and Abolition’. It contains more images and information as well as activity suggestions.
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Slave Trade Began In 15 th Century Portugal explored West Coast of Africa & purchased slaves. By % of Population of Lisbon were African slaves.
Manufactured goods (guns, cannons, and other metal items) would be traded with Africa in exchange for slaves. Slaves would be traded in the Caribbean.
Moors Moorish Conquest & Control of Spain & Portugal Trade between Northern Africa & Europe Use of Slaves in Iberian Peninsula.
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Outcomes & Objectives Objectives To explain what the ‘Triangular Trade’ was. To explain who captured the slaves, and why. To describe the conditions on.
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R59 Columbian Exchange & African Slave Trade. New things introduced to Europe as a result of the Columbian Exchange New things introduced to the Americas.
What are the effects?. Transatlantic Slave Trade Started with the Spanish Continued with each additional nation Over 10 million African slaves.
Essential Information US History Colonial America.
1. What is one thing that helped Europeans start exploring? 2. Name one early explorer and where he went. 3. What was one effect of Columbian Exchange?
Slave trade – extra notes for triangle trade diagram (in margins) Right side of paper – some Africans cooperated in helping the Europeans capture slaves…they.
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The Slave Trade in Africa It was old and all over the place African kingdoms and Islamic nations traded –Not race based Arab merchants and West African.
The large farms and plantations are in need of a LARGE work force to plant and harvest their CASH CROP like TOBACCO What do we do????
Facing Slavery. We will become familiar with the European Slave trade in West Africa. Where the slave trade took place Why they were enslaved
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Slavery became popular in Europe during the renaissance Europeans opened trade routes with western Africa and took advantage of existing slave trading.
Pre 1830’s: A Necessary Evil. Jamestown: 1619: 20 Captive Africans sold into “servant hood” 1641 – Massachusetts first to legalize Slavery 1643 – The.
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