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We Shall Be Free Authors Lynsey Atkinson 457-81-3059 Section 54 Jason Atkinson 627-14-8861 Section 42 Lanna Rose 457-67-9803 Section 42 Josh Schenk 463-87-7569 Section 34 We Shall Be Free African American Voices The Life Cycle of Slavery is an extremely detailed book about the trials and tribulations of many slaves Slavery can be dated back as early as the fourteenth century Slavery in ancient times was much like slavery in the New World The biggest difference between old and new slavery was that slavery in ancient times was not based on racial distinction The Atlantic Slave Trade trading between European slave traders and the Americas over the Atlantic Ocean began taking place in 1502 Almost two million slaves died on this journey from Europe to the Americas Disease and death came one with another on the seven-week journey This book portrays many different stories about the lives of slaves and informs society about the many evils and injustices of slaves traders and slave owners The slaves were treated as if they were animals ready to be sent out to perform hard and enduring labor each of the others which have passed as good is marked on the breast with a red-hot iron imprinting the mark of the French English or Dutch companiesBarbot33 Slaves were callously branded as if they were the cattle of someone else fixing to be sent off to work and then sent to the slaughter house when the slave owners were through with them However the chances were not so high of a slave surviving the trip over to America Its cargo consisted of 505 African men and woman Another 55 had been tossed overboard during the 17days at seaMintz47 The journey was brutal and harsh on the slaves because of the many things that they had to do to endure Crowding the ships to their
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