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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??
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
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?
Forced removal of Africans
The African Slave Trade and its Affect on Africa.
Slave Trade. The Beginning Did slavery exist in Africa before Europeans arrived? – Yes – Forcing people no Captured during war slave labor.
From yesterday & before: Explain what drew Europeans to North America? How did the French & Dutch profit from their North American settlements? Search.
Outcome: The Atlantic Slave Trade
Objectives Explain how triangular trade worked.
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.
The Triangle Slave Trade The Triangular Trade European ships laden with goods such as copper, cloth, guns, and ammunition embark for Africa. European.
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade US CIVIL WAR OF ALL THE CONTRADICTIONS IN AMERICA’S HISTORY, NONE SURPASSES ITS TOLERATION FIRST OF SLAVERY AND THEN OF SEGREGATION.
APUSH CHAPTER 4 American Life in the Seventeenth Century
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.
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.
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.
Agenda Map Quiz (Content quiz Thursday) Joint Stock Companies African Slave Trade Homework is due Friday!
African Slave Trade.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
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