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From mid-15th century to the end of the 19th century, in order to provide labor, the western colonial countries took a large number of black people from Africa to American colonial plantations and mines. Since the slave trade was mainly carried out on both sides of the Atlantic, the western countries generally call it “the Atlantic slave trade”. Although it brought huge profits to the capitalists of Western Europe, it is the darkest period in African history. We can say that the slavery in the New World was absolutely dehumanizing, and it’s extremely cruel. It has caused billions of Africans lose their lives and has had a very serious impact on the development of Africa.
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• A. Hook: Slavery is the most horrible thing to do to a child. Slavery is people making kids do what they want them to do no matter what. Slavery started when they brought the first american colony to the united states. Slavery was practiced through the american colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries. Slavery means to get bullied and bossed around about somebody.
Slavery Slavery in the 1800’s was horrible for both girls and boys. Having kids get away from their family and auctions selling slaves off. As soon as you could walk the slave owners would put you to work. Labor for farmers was the key thing just so they would get rich. So here 's how slavery was horrible in thing back in the day.
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These two readings they compare themselves because of how slaves were never treated free or they were always suffering for what their owners would tell them, John Brown put his life into the lives of the slaves and he was always just thinking to free the slaves from all this torture that they have lived. Calderon, Colleen. “slavery.” History 137. San Bernardino Valley college.
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Slavery was a national establishment when the American Revolution came around. The number slaves were minor, but there were least a few in every colony. Even before the ratification of the Constitution, Northern States were on the start of abolishing slavery outright or passing laws that provided gradual emancipation. The Northern Ordinance was passed in 1787, barring slavery from territories that were recently established during that period, so slavery was immediately eradicated, existing only in the South. Slavery was heavily embedded in almost every aspect of life of the American South during the 1800’s.