The Transatlantic Slave Trade
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"The Development of the Plantation System"
I don't have enough workers! My crops are dying out on me. I shall find me people who have great experience doing such work. Oh and I will not pay them!
"The growth of the Transatlantic Slave Trade"
I finally have everything I need to make a great life for myself. My cash crops will be ready for sale. These slaves shall make my life wonderful.
I can't believe this is really happening I mean I might not ever see my family again. I have been through tough times but I know this will prove to be the worst of times. I will hold on to even the smallest hope I have left
This is not something I ever thought was possible. The end of equality. I am so upset my relatives my children are being brought into this mess. the evil that is in some of these peoples hearts must be abolished!
"Spread of Slavery"
I am so happy about these slaves being introduced around the world. I mean the economy really needs a boost and these slaves are just the thing we needed.
This Tile represents a plantation owner showing how he has serious problems on his plantation because he has no one to take care of the plantation. another problem that he has is that he is not able to pay the workers since he has no money coming in from selling his crops.
This tile shows how a businessman has all of the supplies to manage his plantation. He has forgotten about the inhumane ways he will choose to treat people just to make him achieve a great life for himself. The slave is very scared about where his life is headed. He feels that it is very unfair for people to be treated like this. He knows that he will always hold on to hope and that there is a chance of survival.
In this tile we see a woman who is a slave unfortunately she is a mother and got separated from her children. She does not see any hope left. She believes that helping the economy cannot be by hurting and taking away people
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