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15th Century West Africa Trade Routes - African History - About.com
Between the 11th and 15th centuries West Africa was a major trading region, exporting goods to Europe, Arabia, ... What Was the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade?
Origins of the trans-Atlantic slave trade - African History - About.com
Muslim merchants had an insatiable appetite for slaves, which were used as porters on the trans-Saharan routes (with a high mortality rate), and for sale in the  ...
History of the African Slave Trade - African History - About.com
It is estimated that during the 4 1/2 centuries of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, Portugal was responsible for transporting over 4.5 million Africans (roughly 40% of ...
An Overview of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade - African History
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade began around the mid-fifteenth century when Portuguese interests in Africa moved away from the fabled deposits of gold to a ...
Types of Slavery in Africa - African History - About.com
This is the form of slavery which was carried out in the Americas as a result of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. There are reports that chattel slavery still exists in ...
How Many Slaves Were Taken from Africa?
Where did the first Trans-Atlantic slaves come from? At the beginning of the 1600s, slaves for the Trans-Atlantic slave trade were sourced in Senegambia and  ...
African History -- Slavery and the Slave Trade
Origins of the trans-Atlantic slave trade · Portuguese exploration and trade: ... Statistics and maps for Slavery in Africa including the Trans-Atlantic Trade. Share .
The Role of Islam in African Slavery - African History - About.com
When Africans talk of slavery they inevitably mean the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Is this a true representation of the practice in Africa?
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: Origins of Slaves - African History
A map showing where slaves were sourced in Africa for the trans-Atlantic slave trade and a table giving the numbers of slaves from each region.
About Timbuktu: The El Dorado of Africa - African History - About.com
Situated on the southernmost edge of the Sahara Desert, Timbuktu is about ... the trans-Sahara gold and salt trade as well Islamic scholarship and culture, ... Merchants from North Africa came to trade salt, cloth and horses for gold and slaves.
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