The Trans Atlantic Slave Trade: Only 4.4% of Slaves were Shipped to North America (U.S. & Canada) The Majority 93.6% of Slaves were shipped to Central America, South America and the Caribbean Islands #slaveryfacts


      SiteMap   Contact UsAbout  Neil FrankelHomeSlavery  Image CollectionsFacts and FiguresHard to BelieveBut True!Role of Organized ReligionMapsAfrican-AmericanGenealogySources and Selected LinksFacts and FiguresNumber of Slaves Transported by Each European Country (12) Country Voyages Slaves Transported  Portugal (including Brazil) 30,000 4,650,000  Spain (including Cuba) 4,000 1,600,000  France (including West Indies) 4,200 1,250,000  Holland 2,000 500,000  Britain 12,000 2,600,000  British North America, U.S. 1,500 300,000  Denmark 250 50,000  Other 250 50,000  Total 54,200 11,000,000 Number of Slaves Delivered to Each Country / Destination  (12) Country / Destination Slaves Delivered  %  Brazil 4,000,000  35.3  Spanish Empire (including Cuba) 2,500,000  22.1  British West Indies 2,000,000  17.7  French West... Continue Reading →

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Egyptians and Hebrews [Asiatic-Africans] in America before Christ/Columbus 1000-800 B.C. . (The Indigenous Americans)


Did ancient Hebrews reach the shores of the North and South American continents thousands of years before Christopher Columbus? What evidence is there for Hebrew and Israelite occupation of the Western Hemisphere even a thousand years before Christ? Was trans-Atlantic commerce and travel fairly routine in the days of king Solomon of Israel? Read here... Continue Reading →

The Kingdom of አክሱም-Aksum: The አፁሚተ – Axumite Empire of Ethiopia and Eritrea’s Horn of Africa..


    Kings of Axum The Axumite Empire or Aksumite Empire (The Kingdom of Axum or Aksum), (Ge'ez: አክሱም), Important trading Nation in North-Eastern Africa, Growing from the proto-Aksumite period ca. 4th century BC to achieve prominence by the 1st century AD. Its Ancient Capital is found in Northern Ethiopia. The Kingdom used the name "Ethiopia" as... Continue Reading →

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