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week 4 day 2 - Trade Indian Slave Trade Origins of...

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Trade Indian Slave Trade
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Origins of captivity Similar in Europe N.A., and Africa: Slavery was a legitimate fate, depending on circumstances of capture Same in the north and in the south “Mourning Wars” to Iroquois and Algonquin Captivity vs. torture Notions of captivity adapt to European presence Increase in Imperial competition
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Spanish curtail slavery in 16 th century Originally, they were the main forces for slavery Populate their islands Conflicts with religious observations Conquistadors want slaves, crown wont let them enslave as long as they follow Christian laws Otherwise, “holy war” or “just war” is ok Virginia too weak to pull off large-scale slaving Early attempts, but neither Caribbean or colony strong enough
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South Carolina not 1663 from Barbados There for one reason—money First for naval stores, cattle Plantation culture doesn’t pick up until 18 th century In 17 th , it was trade in slaves Centrally located Modern day North Carolina not until 1720s
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