he majority of African slaves were sent to South America and the Caribbean. Only a small portion of the slaves were sent to North America.
Slaves went from the south, to Canada through the underground railroad.
Mainly to the Caribbean and South America (Brazil and Columbia). Very few were sent to Central America and Mexico.
In the Transatlantic slave trade, slaves were sent to Brazil, the Caribbean islands, and the British colonies in North America, which later became the United States. The United States outlawed the importation of slaves in 1808.
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They were sent all over the world where they were needed, but mainly they were mostly sent to the Caribbean to work in sugar plantations also to America.
Many African slaves were shipped to Jamaica. Others were sent to Haiti and other Caribbean Islands. Usually, they were sent to these islands to work in the sugar cane fields. And, of course, Southern plantation owners needed slaves.
Approximately 20 million slaves were forced out of Africa, however only 9-12 million made it alive to be forced into the institution of slavery.The majority of the slaves were sent to Brazil, followed by the Caribbean.Contrary to popular belief, the most slaves were not sent to North America.Source:(African American Studies - 40A)Bridget R. Cooks
Africans. Some African leaders sold their own people into slavery as a source of income, no matter the effects on the people. a majority of them were sent to Brazil, The Caribbean Islands, and Portugal.
the african king sent other tribes him self to capture his people
every black person is African, people from jamacia and other carabian country think that they arnt because African sent them as slaves
Most African slaves went to South America and the Caribbean. Less than 10% went to British North America.
Slaves were brought to the New World when the Triangle Trade came around. Africa sent slaves to America and England in return for the imports that Africa got from them.
this is a ballpark estimation but we believe that about 500,000 were sent to north America, 5,000,000 to south America, 5,000,000 to the carribean, and 2,000,000 to Europe
they were beaten, and their owners put salt in the torn skin to prevent disease and then sent to work in field
The British sent mass-produced goods to West African chiefs, in exchange for slaves who were sent to the West Indies, and the sugar cane they harvested was sent to Britain.
Southern states sent men into the northern states to bring back ANY African Americans.
She was an african-american who was a slave and escaped. She wanted to free slaves. So she sent most of the slaves to Canada secretly. Because Canada was a non-slave country.
350,000 African American soldiers were posted and sent to World War 1's battle fields.
Most slaves who were sent to North America came from Africa.
The African Americans escaped to the North because there was freedom up in the North. They could be possibly sent back 2 Africa their homeland
the women cooked and cleaned clothes and slaves were sent to training camps then sent to war
During the formation of the continental army, many free blacks enlisted. Several slave-owners sent their slaves to fight in their stead. Many slaves also joined after the US govt promised freedom to slaves who served for a year.