Treatment of slaves in North America


indentured servants, Turner's rebellion, The reconstruction, white abolitionists, trans-Atlantic slave trade, racial policing


The history of slavery and slave trade in North America was not as prevalent as in the South, this is witnessed in the documented evidence that slaves from the south would escape to the North in search of freedom of expression and rights to vote and interact with other human beings freely. Overly, enslaved black people were treated inhumanly, denied basic freedom, degraded, harassed, and brutally mishandled. Treatment of slaves in North America can be said to have varied from time to time and from one place to another. This is what this essay has focused on and is set to elaborate and expound on.


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