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Equiano and hs litttle sister were taken from there home by a woman and two men.
Equiano and his sister got seperated because of moving btween diffrent masters, Equiano was going to sold at barbados, but there was no buyer for him there, so back on the boat he went.
Equiano would be sold and bought in the new colony of virgina in the americas, by Mivheal Henrey Pascal, and would own him for the next seven years. He would move to England, to be educated, and sail on the ocean under Micheals command.
Equiano finally had his freedom by 1766, he would work in the trade bisness of the west indes, and partake in the expedition of a Northwest passagway
His autobiagraphy was published in 1789
Autobiagraphy of Olaudah Equiano.
Ten years after Olaudah Equianos death in 1797 slavery was abolished.
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