33%(3)1 out of 3 people found this document helpful
This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 4 pages.
Asha Shareef19, November 2020HIS121Primary Source AssignmentThe Slave TradeAfrican Slave Trade. (2020). In American History. Retrieved from -clio.com.gmclibrary.idm.oclc.org/Search/Display/417560This article was pulled from the book African Voices of the Atlantic Slave Trade and the artilcle talked about how the slaves were transported from Portugese to West Africa, from West Africa tothe New World, and how the Euorpeans contolled the slave trade. But later on in 1814, the New World abolished the slave trade. Historians can use this article in 3 different ways. First, historians can get a better understanding of how the slave-trade worked. Second, historians can use their geography skills and look at the pattern of where slaves were transported. Thirdly, the historians can learn more about the movement to end slavery. The slave-trade had a big impact on Africa. Africa became the most popular trading transportation. Policarpo, F. (2020). The English North American Colonies, 1619–1760. In The American Mosaic: The African American Experience. Retrieved from -clio.com.gmclibrary.idm.oclc.org/Topics/Display/3In this article, it described how slavery was in the North American colonies. It talked about what colonies were ivoled in the slave trade, how slaves were transported, the slave codes, and the problems they had while transporting slaves to North America.
Historians can use this article in 3 different ways. First, historians will have a better