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September 1st notes

by: Ian Saussy

September 1st notes 305

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Ian Saussy
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Modern African History
Hannington Ochwada

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Modern African History
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ian Saussy on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 305 at Kansas taught by Hannington Ochwada in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 49 views. For similar materials see Modern African History in African Studies at Kansas.

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Date Created: 09/17/15
AAAS 305 Tuesday September 1 2015 African slavery the Tree of Forgetfulness Europe developed Africa Underdeveloped Africa actually Sankofa Slavery Tree of forgetfulness West Africa They had to walk around saying forget my past Voodoo brought to Americas Daily life in Africa Africans are musical Made chores easier Types of slavery in Africa Chattel Property No rights Pawnship Debtor Bonded Still restricted from excepting Lived within the culture Not hornable Arabs in Africa introduced widespread chattel slavery Took care of the harems Tuesday September 1 2015 Castrated Mumia 100 wives Children were sire Sahara slave trade The only people Harem slavery A type of slavery exclusively for women Took care of the women Bathing and cleaning The women slaves taking care of wives are also being used sexually Transatlantic slave trade Slave were kept in small werehourse When being sold Wash Fed To appear to be healthy When the master bedded one they39d be washed and fed for a week 25 mortality rate Couldn39t not have gotten as many without having African help Africans caught the slaves first Most were not part of the slave class Some were part of the slave class Paid in alcohol cloths guns and Many kingdoms were


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