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    The Bermuda Triangle is located off the South-Eastern coast of the United States and forms a triangular section in the Atlantic Ocean. Over the centuries, there were many planes and ships that suddenly vanished when sailing or flying over a specific part of the Atlantic Ocean. This place is known as the Bermuda Triangle, a mythical section of the Atlantic Ocean. There are many reasons as to why the sudden vanishing of ships and planes have been happening. Most of these reasons were theories from

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    global silver trade. The Europeans were able to become involved in the oceanic journeys. The Europeans became involved in The Atlantic slave trade. The Atlantic Slave Trade represented the ancient practice of people owning and selling other people. Between 1500 and 1866, this trade took around 12.5 million people from African societies, shipped them across the Atlantic

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    Africa. There was a system of Triangler Trade across the atlantic that had europeans transporting manufactured goods to the west coast of africa. There the goods were traded for african slaves, next those slaves were brought to the west indies where merchants sold them to the highest bidder. The merchants would buy sugar, coffe, and tobacco. They would then sail back to europe and sell all of the goods to the europeans. Without the atlantic trade the new world wouldn't have had all the labor it did

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    have been able to prosper in the Atlantic Slave Trade. In America government transformed over the issue of slavery and shaped society even creating the ⅗ rule stating the more slaves the more political power. The support of slavery built America’s economic success which makes it the superpower nation it is today. Paul Gilroy expressed the idea that modernity cannot be discussed without talking about the contributions of people of African descent.( "The Black Atlantic as a Counterculture of Modernity

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    When the Atlantic slave trade began in the 16th century, a new era of agriculture, trade, economic strength, and discrimination began. It touched lives of many millions of people in both positive and negative ways. Through the slaves, the plantation owners were able to increase their work rate and their income to build stronger economies for their home countries. The slaves themselves were emotionally traumatized when they were separated from their families to work for cruel owners and as many of

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    The slave trade The Atlantic Slave Trade happen because Trade contacts were first made between the continents of the Old World such as (Europe, Africa, and Asia) and those of the "New World" such as (North America and South America). For many years, tidal currents made travel really hard for the boats that were available, and also there had been very little contact between the people living in these continents. In the 15th century New European developed technologies that made ships better equipped

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    The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Esme Tyler 5/8/14 Research Paper Esme Tyler 4/7/14 The Trans-Atlantic slave trade was the largest long-distance suppressed movement of people in history. The African Slave trade movement during the 17th century was instrumental for Europe’s suffering work force, as every aspect/stage of slave trade benefitted merchants. Because Africans had a reputation of being hard working, agriculturally knowledgeable, adaptable to climate, and resistant to disease

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    Amelia Earhart was the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean by airplane in 1928. She was also the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone from Honolulu to California and from California to Mexico, nonstop. She was born in Atchison, Kansas in 1897 and spent her childhood riding horses. The world she was born into had made up its mind about how men and women should act. That did not stop her though from challenging herself and taking risks. Her parents gave her plenty of encouragement

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    could take the land. After settling in the Americas Europeans needed slaves for many reasons. Portugal started the Atlantic slave trade by shipping African slaves from their trading post in Africa. The Atlantic slave trade had many causes and effects during the Atlantic world which ends up changing the new world and the way it develops. Africans were chosen as slaves for the Atlantic slave trade. Europeans had easy access to these people. They went to leaders on the coast of Africa and traded their

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    The Atlantic slave trade, although gruesome and detrimental in nature it was one of the most profitable industries of its time. It was mostly Europeans and Spaniards who imported slaves from Africa to the Americas. However, Europeans and Spaniards did not act alone the majority of the Africans captured were either captured by their own people or stolen from neighboring west African villages and exploited for commerce. Although both exported and indigenous slaves alike faced extreme hardships their

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