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Unformatted text preview: Formerly Enslaved add their voices o 1787 Ottobah Cugoano publishes Thoughts and Sentiments of the evils of Slavery o 1789 Olaudah Equiano autobiography o Ignatius Sancho Agency of enslaved Slave revolts in the Americas o Haitian Revolution 1791 o Revolts in other parts of the Caribbean Slave Trade Abolition British 1807 US 1808 transporting from Africa only British vessels and British citizens are forbidden by govt to participate in slave trade British Anti-Slavery Squadron of ships operate on West African coast to stop slave ships and set the slaves free British set up mixed commission courts in various places to condemn slave ships seized by the British Navy Most important one in Sierra Leone in 1819. Also in Cuba, Surinam, Rio de Janeiro 1867 the last known slave ship arrived in Cuba, effectively ending the legal slave trade trade continued illegally into the 1880s...
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