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Slaves and raw materials

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Tamsyn Duncan

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4. Slaves and raw materials
Activity:
Complete Activity 6.7 on page 166

Slaves in America
1450 - 1900: Slaves were transported to north, south and central America and the Caribbean islands.
1807: Slave trade abolished in Britain.
Spanish slave ships continued to S. America until the 1890s.
Refer to table on pg 166
Raw materials produced by slaves
Transatlantic slave trade was a triangular trade route.
There are 3 sections on the route:
1 - Africa provided labour
2 - America: slave labour produced raw material on plantations.
3 - Europe: industrial workers in factories turned the raw material into manufactured goods (cloth and alcohol).
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