RaE- Atl. Slave Trd.

RaE- Atl. Slave Trd. - Race and Ethnicity Atlantic slave...

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Atlantic slave trade: (or better known as the triangle trade) 3 stops: 1) Brittan: Started here with manufactured goods, such as rum and others. 2) Slave coast: Went to slave coast and traded slaves for the goods. 3) West Indies: Slaves were traded in the indies were they were needed for raw goods. which are later returned to brittan for manufactured goods. Types of slaves traded: Sex: start: At the start it was mainly men. (Men in african culture were not the agricultural workers, so they didn't know what to do very well.) -Because of this fact west african men were less valuable to the kings there so they agreed to the trade of slaves. Kidnapping starts: More and more women are taken as the supply of slaves starts to dwindle over the next 150 years. Age: Start: All were over the age of 17 as they were workers. Kidnapping starts: More and more children being taken as the supplies run short. 4 step process: 1) March to the coast: Walk from anywhere from 60 to 600 miles to the coast as part of a slaving party. anywhere from a couple of months to weeks.
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