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Slavery In Africa, Europe, And The European Colonization Of America

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Slavery was practiced in some parts of Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas for many centuries before the beginning of the Atlantic Slave trade. There is evidence that enslaved people from some African states were exported to other states in Africa, Europe and Asia prior to the Europeans Colonization of Americas. The African slave trade provided a large number of slaves to Europeans and many more to people in Muslim countries. There was Slavery in parts of Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas long before 1619 when the first shipment of indenture slaves arrived in the British thirteen colonies at Jamestown, Virginia. The indenture slave differ from the other slaves from Africa, since the indenture slaves were freed after seven years, of course the children of these indenture slave mother became slaves the same as that of other slaves.
“The African continent was bled of its human resource via all possible routes. Across the Sahara, through the Red Sea, from the Indian Ocean ports and across the Atlantic. At least ten centuries of slavery for the benefit of the Muslim countries (from the ninth to the nineteenth)…. Four million enslaved people exported via
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Off the coast of Africa, European migrates, under the directions of the Kingdom of Castle, invaded and colonized the Canary Islands during the 15th century, where they converted much of the land to the production of wine and sugar. Along with this, they also captured native Canary Islanders, the Gouaches, to use as slaves both on the Islands and across the Christian Mediterranean.
As it was in the eighteenth century when most of the slaves were imported from Africa by the Portuguese, England and the Dutch shipper, and of these three major shipper; England was the most aggressive and transported more slaves into the
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