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Captive Passage: The Transatlantic Slave Trade

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Online exhibition from the Mariners' Museum chronicles the plight of African slaves. Follow their journey from the beginning when they are torn from their homeland. Descriptions of the boats, stowage, and conditions are provided. The exhibition chronicles the work of the slaves in the Americas. From the plantations in the Caribbean to the silver mines of South America, they would shape the landscape of the New World.

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