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Years of slavery
Someone with no rights who could be bought and sold by others
Huge ocean that separates Europe and Africa from America
Selling of people from Africa as slaves to people in America and the Caribbean
Atlantic Slave Trade
Large farm growing one crop
Valuable crops grown in the Caribbean and America
Tobacco, sugar and cotton
Controlled most of India during the 18th century
East India Company
Journey of slaves from Africa to the Americas
Length of the slave ship journey across the Atlantic
40 to 70 days
Severe form of diarrhoea
Number of Africans who did not survive the Atlantic crossing.
One in five
Where slaves were bought and sold
Adding a permanent mark to your skin
Amount of time slaves worked each day
Slaves refusing to accept that they were the property of someone else
Slaves destroying something for a reason
Islands off the coast of the United States
Region of the United States with slave plantations
North of the United States
Region of the United States without slavery
An attempt to take control of a plantation or even a whole region.
Slave trade abolished in British colonies
"end" of slavery in US
Slavery abolished in British Empire
the route which the slave traders used to transport slaves from Africa during the days of the Transatlantic slave trade.
someone who buys, sells, and uses people as slaves.
when a person is legally owned property of another and is forced to obey them.
an estate on which crops such as coffee, sugar, and tobacco are grown.
beating with a whip or strap or rope as a form of punishment
compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another's authority.
an act or instance of whipping
any plant gathered from a field as a harvest during a particular season
made into slavery and treated as property
State laws that restricted slave freedoms and rights by creating clear expectations for the roles of slaves and slave owners.
a public sale in which slaves were sold to the highest bidders
a person who offers to pay a certain amount of money for something
European trade agreement with Africa dealing with slaves brought from Africa. Integral part of Triangle Trade between the Americas, Africa, and Europe.
a man who was paid to keep an eye on the slaves on the plantation to make sure they worked as hard as they could.
Deprive of human qualities; to treat as if less than a person
organise and planned, made up of steps or stages.
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