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Atlantic Slave Trade

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Steph Gorges

on 10 February 2015

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Transcript of Atlantic Slave Trade

Story of Equiano
Stages of Trade
Triangular Trade
Atlantic Slave Trade
Capture
Slave Houses
"Door of No Return"
Middle Passage
"Seasoning"
Sold in Americas
Life as a Slave
Amazing grace! How sweet the sound
that saved a wretch like me!
I once was lost, but now am found;
was blind, but now I see.
Hymn: Amazing Grace
by John Newton (Anglican)
Impacts:
12 million involuntary migrations of Africans
Migrations
Port cities were highly successful - however people moved away from cities to be safe.
Port Cities
Lack of males - polygamy & shared roles
Male/Female Ratio
Trade of guns into Africa for slaves - increased violence
Violence
Africans wanted less to do with outside world
New developments no longer brought to Africa
Trade
Africans (= people who were black) seen as less intelligent because of their "job".
Inferiority

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Destinations
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