African Slave Trade Routes
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- The Atlantic Slave Trade
- The Atlantic Slave Trade is one of over sixty teaching units published by the .
- African Slave Trade
- To understand how the African Slave Trade came about. To be able chart trade routes.
- Voices from the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
- What were the causes and effects of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade? • What was the Triangle Trade Route and how did it affect the continents involved?
- Teachers guide
- Identify the routes of the African slave trade. • Identify the weather and water systems that effected the trade routes.
- Slave Trade and Islam - the Barnstable Public Schools
- review the geography of Sub-Saharan Africa. - gain knowledge of the Trans- African slave trade routes. - learn of the religions of West African tribes.
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- African History: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
- The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade began around the mid-fifteenth century when for centuries -- reaching Europe via the Islamic-run, trans-Saharan, trade routes.
- African slave trade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The English crown provided a charter giving the Royal African Company monopoly over the African slave routes until 1712.
- The Atlantic Slave Trade Routes Map, 1500-1619 by Maps.com from
- May 27, 2010 The Atlantic Slave Trade Routes Map, 1500-1619 by Maps.com from Maps.com.
- Triangular trade
- The Transatlantic Slave Trade consisted of three journeys: It is estimated that 11-12 million Africans were transported across the Atlantic into slavery. is estimated that on average 10% died en route rising to 30% on a bad voyage.
- The Atlantic Slave Trade (Engage) - Exploring Africa
- If you look at the map of the Atlantic slave trade, you will see how the route worked.
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