small population, houses of mud and staw, lived by rivers or
streams, hunted and grew crops. simple.
i think that it was about m80 percent enslaved out of all the african americans. ;(
In 1700s, European explorers brought the african rock python from africa to florida, us.
The East African slave trade in the 1600s was operated within Africa, Europe, and Asia, while the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s also included the Americas.
African Americans, do you mean? African Americans were taken from their homeland, Africa, in the 1700s to work as slaves on plantations and other areas in the U.S.
Some Careers from the 1700s: Apothecary Coffee House Owner Print Shop worker Cook Member of the free African society Hatter Blacksmith Cooper Scientist Artist/Painter
Gullah was one of the languages spoken in the Southern states at the time. It was a combination of English and African languages.
what happened in the 1700s
Yes, there were schools in the 1700s
In the 1700's many popular African days were names of the week such as Mimba, Abba, Cuba and Juba. Some names were for places such as Aberdeen, Albemarle, Congo, and Barbary.
Traveled over land to the Sahel for oil Avoided the African interior.
It depends on where you are eating at in the 1700s
what is the population of Boston in 1700s
Gasoline as a fuel did not exist in the 1700s!
in alaska what happened in the 1700s
Yes, they were made in the 1700s and called a "Hobbyhorse".
The 1700s was filled with Baroque music.
The East African slave trade in the 1600 operated within Africa, Europe, and Asia, while the Atlantic slave trade in the 1700s also included in the Americans.
the person who invented the paintbrush in the 1700s, of course!
back in the 1700s the trans port was bad
wigs of the 1700s were called perukes, or periwigs
What was currency in Britain during the 1700s?
Pope Clement XI was the Pope sometime during the 1700s.
The life expectancy in the 1700s was about 47 years old The life expectancy in the 1700s was about 47 years old
In America people int he 1700s spoke with an English accent. see 1700s English Dialects
It didn't, as there weren't any "modern bicycles" in the 1700s.