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Slave Trade CHY 4U. Trading Ship The Southwell Frigate Tradeing on ye Coast of Africa (c. 1760) by Nicholas Pocock. Port Cities Bristol: Bristol’s Entry.

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1 Slave Trade CHY 4U

2 Trading Ship The Southwell Frigate Tradeing on ye Coast of Africa (c. 1760) by Nicholas Pocock. Port Cities Bristol: Bristol’s Entry into the Slave Trade port/slave-trade-entry/ (Sept. 14, 2010).http://discoveringbristol.org.uk/slavery/routes/bristol-to-africa/bristol-trading- port/slave-trade-entry/

3 Trade and Triangular Trade Jamaica, one of the biggest destinations for slaves European trading forts on the African coast Ibid,. ; Triangular Trade

4 Process Slaves loaded onto a small boat and rowed out to the ship (note the African merchant) A View of ye Jason Privateer (c. 1760) by Nicholas Pocock. Ibid.,

5 Slave Fort Cape Coast Castle, Gold Coast Jerome S. Handler and Michael L. Tuite, Jr. - Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library. The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record. European Forts and Trading Posts in Africa %20and%20Trading%20Posts%20in%20Africa%20and%20Trading%20Posts%20in%20Africa (Sept. 26, 2010).

6 Accounts Log book from the ship Black Prince showing slaves bought Port Cities Bristol: Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery , from-log-book-of-black-prince/from-log-book-of-black-prince/ (Sept. 14, 2010).

7 Branding Irons Handler and Tuite, lave%20Sales%20and%20Auctions:%20African%20Coast%20and%20the%20America s&theRecord=30&recordCount=73 lave%20Sales%20and%20Auctions:%20African%20Coast%20and%20the%20America s&theRecord=30&recordCount=73 Found in the Wilberforce Museum in Hull, England

8 Force Leg irons, shackles and chains Port Cities Bristol, The Ouidah Museum of History – Themes: The Slave Trade. N.d. SlaveTrade.htm (Sept. 15, 2010).http://discoveringbristol.org.uk/browse/slavery/leg-irons/ SlaveTrade.htm Handcuffs and leg shackles

9 Conditions Plan of the ship Brookes, from Thomas Clarkson, History of the Slave Trade Port Cities Bristol,

10 Diverse Peoples and Kingdoms  Europeans referred to African areas as Guinea: Yoruba Edo Igbo Baule Mende Asante Dahomey Kongo  Etc.

11 Destinations An ideal plantation, 1762, from Diderot’s Dictionnaire des Sciences Ibid.,

12 Working in the Caribbean Sugar cane, 1764 Sugar mill, 1762, from Diderot Ibid.,

13 Sugar Boiling House Trinidad, 1830s Handler and Tuite, w%20World%20Agriculture%20and%20Plantation%20Labor&theRecord=10&recordCount =114 w%20World%20Agriculture%20and%20Plantation%20Labor&theRecord=10&recordCount =114

14 Amistad Joseph Cinque, from the Amistad Revolt, from A History of the Amistad Captives, 1840 Ibid., 0and%20Illustrations%20of%20Individuals&theRecord=8&recordCount=75 0and%20Illustrations%20of%20Individuals&theRecord=8&recordCount=75

15 People West Africans from the Gold Coast, drawn in 1679 Ibid., =Portraits%20and%20Illustrations%20of%20Individuals&theRecord=2&recordCount= 75; The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database (Sept. 29, 2010). =Portraits%20and%20Illustrations%20of%20Individuals&theRecord=2&recordCount= 75 Some estimates say 12.5 million people, from , were forced to undergo the Middle Passage


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