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Slave Trade and the Return to Africa

  • Niels Eichhorn
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Abstract

Slavery was an integral part of the Atlantic World and the involuntary movement of people within Africa and from the continent to other parts of the Atlantic World was part of the slave trade experience since well before the Atlantic World even came into existence.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Niels Eichhorn
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  1. 1.Middle Georgia State UniversityMaconUSA

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