How Were Black Slaves Captured?

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Black slaves were captured in battles and in raids on villages. They were also captured as punishment for offences and in settling debts. Kidnapping was also a method of capture.
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Slaves were typically captured (in what is now the Unites States) simply by white people picking the ones they wanted to use. This could either mean on the street or voting in a public
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Answer Usually they were captured by their own or neighboring tribes and sold into slavery for a pittance.
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Portuguese explorers returned with slaves on their very first voyages to West Africa. They purchased them from local Africans, which is how most slaves were procured by Europeans.
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I assume you're talking about African slaves, rather than Irish, Slavic, German, Arabic, Turkish, Semitic, Polynesian, Native American or any of the hosts of other peoples that have
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