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Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYThe African Slave Trade Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
African Captives in Yokes
Slave Trade in the Congo
Cape Coast Castle, W. Africa
“Black” Gold for Sale!
The "Middle" Passage
The Middle Passage
Slave Ship Plan
“Coffin” Position: Onboard a Slave Ship
Slave Ship Interior
Onboard the Slave Ship
Revolt Aboard a Slave Ship
African Captives Thrown OverboardSharks followed the slave ships across the Atlantic!
The Triangle Trade
"Black Birds for Sale!"
Notice of a Slave Auction
First Slave Auction New Amsterdam (Dutch New York City - 17c)
Slave Auction in the Southern U. S.
Inspection and Sale
Slave Master Brands
Slave With Iron Muzzle
Whipped Slave, early 19c
A Slave Lynching
Negro Hung Alive by Waist
Olaudah Equiano ( ) 1789 wrote and published, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa the African.
Abolitionist Symbol, 19c
Does slavery exist anywhere in the world today??
African Captives in Yokes Slave Trade in the Congo.
Agenda Map Quiz (Content quiz Thursday) Joint Stock Companies African Slave Trade Homework is due Friday!
AP World History Journal 1/29 Briefly explain the significance of the following people: John Locke- Baron De Montesquieu (Charles De Secondat)- Jean Jacques.
NEXT WEEK: Monday: review for Unit 3 test (+5 XC points) Tuesday: take Unit 3 test Wednesday: 1.[Unit 3, HW 3] Prepare for current events Socratic Seminar.
Unit O3 - Slavery Do Now: 1. SWAP tests with your partner. Using your answer key, correct your own test with a colored marker.
DO NOW: objective textbook? [paragraph] Do you think it’s possible to write an entirely OBJECTIVE (facts-only) textbook? Do you think it’s desirable to.
(I) Historical background a. Slavery has been practiced since the beginning of documented history. b. Slavery introduced by the Spanish into the West Indies.
Aim: If you were a reporter how would you report on the Atlantic Slave Trade? Do Now: Answer the following questions in your notebook Where is this place?
Outcome: The Atlantic Slave Trade
The Middle Passage Editorial Paper Assignment Write a 1 page editorial on the Middle Passage Day 1
Growth of Slavery and the Slave Trade Slavery in Africa, the Middle Passage, Limiting Rights.
Slave Trade. The Beginning Did slavery exist in Africa before Europeans arrived? – Yes – Forcing people no Captured during war slave labor.
From “The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano” Segments of the Middle Passage.
The Narrative of the Interesting Life of Olaudah Equiano.
The African Slave Trade and its Affect on Africa.
EUROPE GOES TO THE AMERICAS. Lands of the Aztecs.
With Some Slides Created By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Transatlantic Slave Trade Lecture on 10/01/13. Transatlantic Slave Trade The enslavement of people from west Africa by European (Portuguese, Spanish,
Bell Ringer – Recall Where was the first permanent English colony? What did many settlers spend their time doing when they first arrived? What crop did.
Olaudah Equiano ( ). Olaudah Equiano Among the tradition of slave narratives, Equiano's is considered a remarkable achievement since the autobiographical.
Warm Up Why slavery of Africans? –Why not Natives? –Why not White Indentured Servants?
Triangular trade, mutiny, Middle Passage
Forced removal of Africans
A Slave Narrative. The expansion of colonies opened slave trade Plantations needed workers Traders traded materials from Europe to Africa Slaves.
The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano : Deconstructing a Slave Narrative Dr. Kevin B. Witherspoon.
THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE. New World Old World With the “discovery” of the *New World* (the Americas) in 1492, came Europeans. Europe began to colonize.
Triangular Trade and the Middle Passage. Slavery was just one piece of England's Triangular Trade. English manufactured goods were sent to Africa, where.
The Triangle Trade. The Triangle Trade was actually three trade routes, which created an exchange cycle of goods. The series of trade routes formed a.
Bell Work 2/22 Why does Africa have such a low standard of living?
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Olaudah Equiano. c Also known as Gustavus Vassa African involved in the movement for the abolition of the slave trade The Interesting.
Life in Colonial America The colonies didn’t get along. They were jealous of each other. The colonies continued to grow due to economic success, religious.
Chapter 14.2 Turbulent Centuries in Africa European traders had gone to Africa for hundreds of years. In the 1400s they begin trafficking in human cargo.
Aims By the end of the lesson you will have: 1)What was the ‘ Middle Passage ’ ? How were slaves treated? 2) Write a detailed account of what conditions.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. The Atlantic Slave Trade.
The Atlantic Slave Trade. Chattel Slavery Definition Owning humans as property Forcing them to work Taking away their freedom.
Southern Colonies Plantation Economy. Virginia Virginia Company 1607 Profit John Smith John Rolfe Tobacco $ cash crop.
Good Mafternoon! 3/10/14 EQ: EQ: How did slavery influence the development of Latin America? HW: Finish Triangular Trade Notes SPONGE 1. Log in p. 57 Slavery.
Slavery in Africa European - African Pre-Slavery Trade.
Ms. Thiell English III. What does it mean to be a slave?
2/7/11 Please get out your completed topic brainstorming sheets from the day in the library.
“from The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano” Guided Reading 1. What does Equiano think will happen to him when he is brought on board.
Olaudah Equiano The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
Tuesday September 29 Chapter 4: Slavery, Freedom, and the Struggle for Empire to 1763.
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