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    Why did slavery grow to be such an important institution in colonial America? What were the effect of slavery on the Africans who were brought to the New World?

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    To begin, it is not widely known that only about 5% of all slaves taken from Africa were located in the US - the other 95% were taken to South America & the islands that today dot the carribean. However, those 5% did populate & thus the slave population in the US was quite high by the Civil War.
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    <br>Slavery was a hugely important institution in the colonies & only continued in its importance until it became illegal. Specifically, the agriculturally dependent Southern colonies had a huge need for ...

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