To Be a Slave Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Julius Lester
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Slavery was not always present in the United States nor were the blacks the first slaves. Why did slavery begin and how did colonists eventually move to using blacks as slaves? How were the slaves captured and how did the slave trading begin?

Slavery was not always present in the United States nor were the blacks the first slaves. Why did slavery begin and how did colonists eventually move to using blacks as slaves? How were the slaves captured and how did the slave trading begin?

The use of slaves has been seen throughout history in various civilizations. Briefly outline a history of slavery throughout the ages and how the slaves lived and were treated. Compare this to the treatment of slaves in the United States. How was it similar? How was it different? How was the slave treatment in the United States similar or different from slave treatment in the West Indies or South America during the same time period and what was the result? Use outside research.

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