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Why were the African slaves who stayed in Africa better off than others?
a) They were fed foods they were used to eating. b) They could communicate with their captors. c) Their captors were friendly d) They had hope that they might escape
Native Americans did not make good slaves because ___________.
a) ...they lacked immunity to European diseases b) ...they did not speak English c) ...they did not have the needed skills d) ....they were lazy
What is the middle part of the triangular trade called?
a) abolition movement b) middle passage c) migration d) plantation
In a triangular trade, which of the following was something Europe might trade for slaves in Africa
a) gold b) indigo c) sugar d) weapons
Of the following crops, which one was NOT produced on plantations using African slaves?
a) beans b) rice c) sugarcane d) tobacco
Who were Muslim merchants not permitted to take as slaves?
a) Muslims b) non-Muslims c) Christians d) Priests
Who were the first Europeans to use African slaves?
a) English b) French c) Portugese d) Spanish
What people worked for a set number of years in exchange for passage to the Americas?
a) caboceers b) griots c) indentured servants d) maroons
What is the name given to runaway slaves in Jamaica?
a) caboceers b) griots c) indentured servants d) maroons
What people were special African officials appointed to exchange enslaved people with Europeans?
a) caboceers b) griots c) indentured servants d) maroons
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