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23 January, 09:39

The muddle passage references the movement of slaves from?

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  1. 23 January, 11:29
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    The muddle passage references the movement of slaves from Africa to the Americas

    Explanation:

    The original slave trade was a triangle as slaves were imported from Africa to work in the new world. The trade or journey was divided into 3 parts

    1. The First passage, when Slaves were kidnapped from Villages and brought to African ports, awaiting to be shipped.

    2. The Middle passage, was the time these slaves spent together while being transported to the new World.

    3. The Final passage was when these slaves disembarked on the shores of the new world and reached their plantations.
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