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started in the late 1500s and
exploded in the early 1600s. 500 villages in Africa were attaked by the
Brittish colonies(the Americas). 15 to 25 people were killed in this
raid and only 475/485 villagers were taken captive.
slaves were placed in chains and
ankle braclets, this stage lasted for approximately 7-30 days.This was a
forced march with slaves arms behind their back and shackles around
their ankles. 50 people died in this process and only about 400 slaves
survived this stage.
400 slaves were chained to the
walls beneath the ground. Waiting for the Brttish traders to arrive and
receive them. Slaves withheld 3-6 inches of stagnet extrenuous stench
water in the basement. When it rained the waste produced by the slaves
contaminated the water. about 20 slaves died by the end of this stage.
When the Europeans arrived the
African cheifs would exchange slaves for new technology weapons and
riches.The triangular trade took place during this period of the slavery
process.Europeans would check the slaves to see if they were healthy
and a good commodity for their production.After slaves were purchased
they would take branding irons to label the slaves they traded. Men were
branded on their chest whie women were branded underneath the breasts
with an "E"
chained up in a couffle and
placed in a muddy canoe.Being taken to the mothership 5 to 6 miles away.
Ocean water would often hit the wounds of the slaves during this
process. About 15 slaves were kiled during this process. About 350
slaves survived this process of slavery.
Across the Atlantic and into the
new world (North America). Children usually go through a one to three
moth process to get to the new world. There are usually gender splits
when slaves arrive in the new world.Many slaves were thrown over board
due to disease or terrorization due to revolts or rebellion.Slaves were
chained and stacked against each other making in hard for them to breath
and would often spread around very harmful diseases.Eating was limited
and food was passed around in a small bucket . Women were put in a
seprate compartment in the ship often the crewmen would rape the women
slaves. Very unsanitary conditions in the ship and approximately 30 % of
slaves would die durign this process.
Family of related languages long
spoken across parts of western Asia and northern Africa. In antiquity
these languages included Hebrew, Aramaic, and Phoenician. The most
widespread modern member of the this language family is Arabic.
A nation found by the Sonike
people, this nation had arisen in the early fourth century C.E as late
as the 18th century. Its name comes from the Sonnike name for king. Its
boundaries reached into the sahara desert to its north and into Senegal
to its south. The kings in this nation were known as the richest
monarchs.This nation exported pepper,slaves, and in abundance gold.
To the south of Egypt in the
upper Nile Valley, in what is today called Sudan layed this ancient
region.This is where the first evidence had arisen about the first
nations to have a large grain production and the concept of monarchy had
arisen. The Egyptia colony controlled many of this nations copper and
gold mines and also imported ivory,ebony,leopard belts, and slaves.The
term pharoahs had arisen in one of these nations and their kings buried
themselves in what they called pryamids. Many of the people within this
nation practice the Egyptian religion.
These nations lie within Centeral
Africa.They divided their labor by gender and lived in villages of
extended families, in addition gave semidivine status to their kings .
This nation had in abundance a great aquatic agriculture, access to
salt,iron,and trade with the interior. This was the first African nation
that was converted to Christianity and modeled many of the European
Also called the Anglican Church,
this was the Protestant Church established by King Henry VIII; religious
radicals desired a "purer" church that was allowed by monarchs of the
early seventeenth century, causing some to leave for the Americas.