Where Did Slavery Originate?

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History shows that slavery began in Africa, more common in Ghana and Nigeria during the 17th century. In the rest of the world, the African slave trade became common in Europe first, starting with Portugal, who took slaves to Brazil to mine the mountains. Countries like the United State of America practiced slave trade in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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