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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Slaves Embarked before1776= 275,433Slaves Disembarked before1776= 230,029 Slave That Disembarked in the Colonies before 1776=Maine: 0 slavesMassachusetts: 2,346New Hampshire: 15 slavesRhode Island: 2,575 slavesConnecticut: 200 slavesNew York: 8,208 slavesNew Jersey: 464 slavesPennsylvania: 778 slavesMaryland: 21,057 slavesVirginia: 82,808 slavesNorth Carolina: 1,672 slavesSouth Carolina: 94,638 slavesGeorgia: 5,642 slavesDelaware: 0 slaves "he has waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating it's most sacred rights of life and liberty in thepersons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating and carrying them into slavery in anotherhemisphere, or to incur miserable death on their transportation thither..." The Colonies and Slave Trade Imports: Clothing, tools, furniture, silver, books, leather goods, sugar, weapons, and... Slaves! Exports: Fish, whale products, fur, timber, metals, wool, SHIPS Exports: Cattle, lumber, fish, and fur Exports: Cattle, corn, lumber, and SHIPS Exports: Fish, whale products, fur, timber, metals, wool, SHIPS Exports: Flour, dried meat, fish, rum, and iron bars Exports: Cattle, flax, Indian corn, wheat, and flour Exports:Rice, clay, pottery, cotton, indigo, tobacco, fruit, barrel staves, and pork Exports: Tobacco, wheat, flax, corn, and iron Exports: Fur, timber, foodstuff,cattle, horses, beer, fine flour, flax, and iron bars Exports: Wheat, corn, rope, bricks, wine, beer, glass, and apples Exports: Flax, grain, corn, tobacco,fruit, vegetables, fish, iron lumber, clay, bricks, beaver, SHIPS Exports: Tobacco, wheat, corm, forest products ( tar, pitch, lumber), barrel staves, furs, metals, wine, and glass Exports: Rice, indigo, beef, silkworms, cotton, furniture, lumber, grapes, wine, olives, raisins, capers, and currents Exports: Furs, tobacco, meat, grain, flour, bread, barrel staves, lumber, horses, cloth, and iron Delaware
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