The Black Atlantic Slave Trade to the Americas

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Describe the black Atlantic slave trade to the Americas (demography over time, geography, trade organization; trading negotiations, trading items, major participants; types of capture; experiences of captives; Middle Passage; impact on Americas; impact on Africa; and impact on Europe).

Please if its possible use these books as references :

1. Brenda Stevenson,What Is Slavery?
2. Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, Slavery and African Ethnicities in the Americas: Restoring the Links
3. Black British Former Slaves: Olaudah Equiano, Mary Prince, Ottobah Cugoano. These narratives are found at:

4. William Still, Underground Railroad
5. Jessica Millward, Finding Charity’s Folk: Enslaved and Free Black Women in Maryland

6. Marne Campbell, Making Black Los Angeles: Class, Gender and Community, 1850- 1917

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School: University of Virginia

Here is the complete paper. Go through them and in case of anything, feel free to alert me.Regards


Atlantic Slave Trade
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Europe, America,and Africa were intimately connected through the Atlantic slave trade
for four centuries. Before 1650, in a year, the Atlantic Trade used to carry less than ten thousand
slaves. According to Stevenson (2015), the overall impact of Atlantic trade on the continent was
minimal. By the 18th century, the price of slaves upsurged in four-fold within four years. The
average quantity of slaves shipped increased at a rate of two percent each year. However, the
price of slaves decreased dramatically by the 18th century. The first group to engage in the slave
trade was the Portuguese in the 16th century. The Gold Coast and the Bight ...

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