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slavery in the Americas

Olaudah Equiano describes the experience of thousands of Africans who were taken across the Atlantic and sold into slavery in his autobiography
Tupinamba indians the Portuguese raided there village and put them to hard work on sugar plantations along the norht-east coast of Brazil
Arawak in the Caribbean islands, the spanish enslaved the Indians who had greeted Columbus on his first voyage
Bortoleme de las Casas a spanish priest who protested strongly against harsh treatment
middle passage the middle part of the journey from Africa to America
triangular trade the trade between Africa, New England, and Caribbean that formed a triangle
Created by: jesspeight