Slavery as we already know is the act that enslaved and servitude Africans as the property of others. Now that we know what slavery is, let talk about the history of slavery and how this era of history came to be such an impact on the lives of these individuals. Slavery was something occurring worldwide throughout history, but America wasn 't hit with this era until the early Colonial when the country was going thorough economical change. The early 17th century is when signs of slavery started to be notable in America. Africans captured and enslaved were shipped to America for the slave trade getting ready to hit the ground there.
The concept of slavery stems from the revolution of free labor in the Caribbean and America during the time of the colonization of America when men realized how difficult and hard it was to work and cultivate the land by themselves without much help. Not willing to pay for labor these men decided they wanted their land to be cultivated and their crops be reaped at any mean possible. They got the concept in their mind that they can just go out there and get free labor.They then come to the conclusion that it would be easier for them to just import enslaved captured Africans and forced them to perform free labor for them for nothing and at the same time have control over these slaves lives too. This concept of this forced labor exploitation totally took a toll over these unfortunate peoples lives and live hood. One can only guess the state of mind of these poor unfortunate people.
Slavery on the other hand have somehow remained a controversial, we have now come to realize the fact that it was a fundamental part of the human society all over the place that didn 't care too much that...
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...r and to improve their living conditions. Finally the most important thing that can be said about slavery is that these enslaved African slaves tolerated the bondage of slavery through their own world until they can finally emerge out of the bondage of slavery once and for all.
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