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How was the early slave trade in West Africa different from that of East Africa? A. Slaves from West Africa were generally sold in European and Asian countries, while slaves from East Africa were generally sold in southern Africa. B. Slaves from West Africa were generally sold in African and European countries, while slaves from East Africa were generally sold in Persia and Mesopotamia. C. Slaves from West Africa were generally sold in Asian and American countries, while slaves from East Africa were generally sold in the Middle East. D. Slaves from West Africa were generally sold
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Slavery in Africa has not only existed throughout the continent for many centuries, but still continues in the current day in some countries. Systems of servitude and slavery were common in parts of the continent, as they were in much of the ancient world. In most African societies where slavery was prevalent, the enslaved people were not treated as chattel slaves and were given certain rights in a system similar to indentured servitude elsewhere in the world.[1][2][3] When the Arab slave trade and Atlantic slave trade began, many of the local slave systems changed and began supplying captives for slave markets outside of Africa.[citation needed] Slavery in historical Africa was practiced in many different forms and some of these do not clearly fit the definitions of slavery elsewhere in the world. Debt slavery, enslavement of war captives, military slavery, and criminal slavery were all practiced in various parts of Africa.[4] Maybe this will help, give me a sec and ill do more research.
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anonymous
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I think that it is D but im not for sure
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How did the Commercial Revolution spark European involvement in the African slave trade? A. The Commercial Revolution introduced new crops to European plantations that required large amounts of labor to harvest. B. The Commercial Revolution led to the legalization of slavery in Europe and promoted the sale of African laborers. C. Europeans began to structure their economies around international trade during the Commercial Revolution. D. African slave traders brought new ideas to Europe that would eventually serve as the inspiration for the Commercial Revolution.
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How was the Portuguese colonial experience in Africa in the 1490s similar to that of the Dutch in the 1650s? A. Both countries' colonists were avoided completely by the Africans. B. Both countries' colonists were met with resistance from Africans. C. Both countries' colonists were soundly defeated by African armies. D. Both countries' colonists were entirely welcomed by the Africans.
anonymous
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i think its a
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Why did Europeans generally buy slaves from slave traders rather than capturing the slaves themselves? A. Laws prohibited Europeans from capturing slaves but allowed them to buy slaves. B. Slaves were so cheap that capturing them was not worth the effort to Europeans. C. Europeans were morally opposed to capturing slaves but not to buying them. D. Africans were generally able to hide from or defend themselves against Europeans.
anonymous
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idk, they werr to lazy?
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anonymous
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anonymous
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anonymous
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cause its true
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Why did one-third of slaves die within three years on a plantation? A. They were targeted in raids by indigenous peoples. B. They were overworked and constantly whipped. C. They were not immune to European diseases. D. They were barely able to move or breathe.
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anonymous
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B or C, u guess
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How was the treatment of slaves different in West African cultures than in the Atlantic slave trade? A. In West African cultures, slaves were considered the upper class, while in the Atlantic slave trade, they were the lower class. B. In West African cultures, slaves were constantly whipped, while in the Atlantic slave trade, they were given more care. C. In West African cultures slaves were treated like people, while in the Atlantic slave trade they were treated like property. D. In West African cultures, slaves were allowed to eat with their masters, while in the Atlantic slave trade, they were not.
anonymous
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C
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How did the Atlantic slave trade spark wars among African kingdoms? A. Escaped slaves encouraged African kingdoms to go to war in order to stop the slave trade. B. African kingdoms went to war over the question of the legality of selling slaves to Europeans. C. Escaped slaves launched massive wars against the slave traders who had captured them. D. African kingdoms fought to acquire the goods offered by Europeans in exchange for slaves.
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How was the Atlantic slave trade different in the 1700s than it was in the 1800s? A. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to Asia. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were sent from West Africa to both places. B. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to South America. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were sent from West Africa to both places. C. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to North Africa. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were sent from West Africa to both places. D. In the 1700s, more slaves from West Africa were sent to the Caribbean than to the Middle East. In the 1800s, about the same amount of slaves were sent from West Africa to both places.
anonymous
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i dont know im really not in these classes
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no prob i know that most of em are right tho
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