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Why did slavery in the Americas begin? To work on sugar plantations
Why did the Spanish & Portuguese enslave Africans? Immune to diseases No friends or family Permanent cheap labor- children Already farmers
How many Africans had been enslaved when the slave trade ended? Between MILLION
How did the Spanish try to prevent slaves from rebelling? Slave codes- laws to regulate the treatment of slaves
What are examples of bad conditions faced by enslaved Africans? Miserable voyage on slave ships Being sold at auction Separated from families Forced hard labor Poor food & housing Brutal treatment
What are some of the long term effects of slavery in the Americas today? Racism continues to exist
Native American Slaves Died from overwork & disease Rebelled with local help
African slaves Immune to most European diseases No friends/family to help them resist Experienced farmers
Both Worked on sugar plantations Worked in mines Permanent cheap labor
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