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Title: 5 Voices of Freedom Articals; Vocabulary and summarys

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Subject: American History
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Date: February 16, 2005
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They put him below deck with many other slaves, and it smelled horrible. Some of the slaves managed to commit suicide, and if it weren't for the crew stopping them, everyone else would have too because of the terrible conditions. "A Slave's Support For the Patriots." Vocabulary: Grievance: A circumstance regarded as just cause for protest...

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It is about slavery and how it affected many African Americans. And also it was about how African Americans were kidnapped from Africa and forced into a life of slavery they didn't want. "A Question of Slavery in the West." Vocabulary: Unmolested: Still pure, un-tampered with. Integrity: Strict personal honesty and independence...

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