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Chains, shackles and auction documents: remnants of the Africa to North America slave trade


In late August 1619, a ship carrying "20 and odd" African men and women docked at Point Comfort, today's Fort Monroe in Hampton, Virginia. (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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