Week Three Notes
Week Three Notes History 125
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History Week Three Notes The significance of the Atlantic Slave Trade 0 How did Europeans establish the slave trade I What were the consequences for Africa Slavery before external rule 0 Sold enemies of war for slavery Periods of change 0 13501600 TransSaharan Trade Ottoman 0 15001800 Atlantic Trade 0 18001900 Coming down from external trade Precedents 0 TransSaharan Trade 0 Woman were sold more than men I Many for wives 0 Spanish and Portuguese conquests of Atlantic Islands 0 Native economy went down 0 Sugar plantations I Europeans wanted it but couldn t grow it 0 Climate I Brought Africans to work I Were right next to Africa More in the Atlantic Slave Trade 0 Triangle Trade 0 America Europe Africa 0 12 million slaves were traded 15501850 What is Afonso protesting 0 He understands slavery 0 It is for certain groups 0 But slavery can not be controlled 0 Everyone wants slaves Why aren t there more slave rebellions according to Ligon 0 Did not speak the same language 0 Separated each from their region 0 No access to weapons 0 Any possible resistance has been beaten out of them Island of Goree Senegal History and Memory 0 Two miles long 0 Evidence of slave trade here 0 Cells for slaves 0 house of slaves 0 The door of no return European Slave Ports 0 Ships from Liverpool transported the most slaves from Europe Justification for slavery 0 natural in Africa 0 Ham sCanaan s curse O A servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren 0 Scientific Racism
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