Notes from 09.12.2011 (Into to African History)

Notes from 09.12.2011 (Into to African History) - 09/12/2011

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09/12/2011 Introduction to African History Slavery and the Atlantic World System  (system as a single economic unit, made up of  multiple participants; Europe, Americas, Atlantic Africa and are interdependent) Europe, Atlantic Africa (Senegal to Angola) and the Americas 1. Slavery is what linked these three regions together 2. Triangular Trade 3. Slave produced sugar, cattle, liquor, coffee, etc 4. European merchants who were involved in the slave trade, knew it as  business, and not ethics; was called African trade and not slave trade and  was very profitable which is why it lasted so long 5. Global economy started back in the 16 th  century, but is now more  integrated Europe and Asia 1. DEIC (Dutch East Indian Company)- Would start from the Netherlands, go  from under South Africa up to Indonesia (spice islands) then back to the  Netherlands 2. DWIC (Dutch West Indian Company)-Would go to West Indies; tried to get 
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course HISTORY 2511 taught by Professor Tibebu during the Fall '11 term at Temple.

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Notes from 09.12.2011 (Into to African History) - 09/12/2011

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