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Slavery Slavery was the most common form of forced labor in History Slavery was very bad and wrong A slave was treated like property and not like a Human Being and owned by other Human Beings There were important people that related to Slavery These people are the one of the most important people in Slave History First was Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman was a runaway slave She helped a lot of slaves escape by using the Underground railroad The Underground railroad was a secret network of people who helped runaway slaves reach the north Another person was Frederick Dougless He was also an escaped slave who became one of the first black abolitionists and Civil Rights leader in the US Abraham Lincoln started the emancipation proclamation That had stated that all slaves would be freed on January 1st 1863 That had freed most of the slaves but not all of them What happened was that blacks were taken from their countries and made to serve white people The Whites had come to the blacks colonies in huge ships and take blacks away from their family and sent to the ships The black people were then all forced to sleep on slabs of wood to eat just enough to keep them alive and to take orders from the white people The ships were then sent to other countries to later be sold to forced to do work for whites But then Aberham Lincoln later had declared the Emancipation Proclamation that freed most slaves ecept the ones that were in other countries Africa was a main place for gathering slaves Mostly all slaves were taken from Africa The United States was a place where slaves were used to work on plantations and serve their owners All through out Europe slaveposts were being setup to sell slaves The capture of Africans by the Europeans began in the early 1500s But slavery was done
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