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Kayla Rone 2/20/19 Chapter 5 Chapter 5 of Africa’s Discovery of America cover the movement and experiences of Africans (mainly royalty or nobles) who have been traded to Englishmen and their time in Europe (usually Brittan or other countries in the UK). The story of the former prince of Ukawsaw, James Albert, unlike African slaves in America he was allowed more opportunities and freedom. Albert was allowed an education, marriage, a paying occupation; nevertheless, he still lived in poverty. The chapter then goes on to discuss along with the traded, the few Africans who came to Europe on their own accord, those who came as delegates and students, or those who grew to be scholars and churchmen. Many of these people traveled to develop their understanding of the English language and culture in order to improve business interactions. Others were brought to perfect “Christian education”. By taking these opportunities, Africans are able to resolve the tensions and conflicts that occur during trades due to language and cultural
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