Onboard log of Portuguese ship Santiago purchasing captive Africans in Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone, 1526. (Close reading) Why do you think the textbook used the word “migrations” to describe the, They used that word choice because there were massive amounts of. Middle Passage Guiding Questions - Middle Passage Guiding Questions Document A Portuguese Textbook 1(Sourcing Where was this textbook written How might, 15 out of 15 people found this document helpful, 1. %PDF-1.5

The textbook was written in a Portugal high school so it may not have portrayed it from a adults view but more of a high school aged persons view. <> On the 20th of January 1526, the Santiago left Lisbon bound for Africa with a cargo of brass and tin bracelets, round bells, barber basins and cloth; by early October the ship was back in Portugal with a very different cargo, 108 enslaved Africans.

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(Close reading) According to the textbook, “The time between the moment the slaves were bought and when they arrived at port was very dangerous not only for the European traders but for the slaves as well.” How might this have influenced how it portrayed the Middle Passage? (Sourcing) Where was this textb ook written?

The textbook was written in a Portugal highschool, so it may not have been written from and adult's point of view but more of a high school aged person's point of view. people coming over and there was no space for them to do so.

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2. Portuguese ships played a key role in the slave trade between Europe, Africa, and the Americas for several centuries. portrayed it from a adults view but more of a high school aged persons view. (Close reading) According to the textbook, “The time between the moment the slaves were bought and when they arrived at port was very dangerous not only for the European traders but for the slaves as well.” Why might the textbook’s authors have 7 0 obj Whilst this log may be extremely rare, it is clear from another surviving document, the receipt book of the customs office of the Portuguese Cape Verde Islands, that such voyages were commonplace in the early years of the sixteenth century.

1 0 obj He has also held visiting positions in Africa and America. I would have to say document B is more reliable. 2. The bulk of this volume consists of a translation into English of the receipt book from the customs office of the Cape Verde Islands.

Mobile/eReaders – Download the Bookshelf mobile app at VitalSource.com or from the iTunes or Android store to access your eBooks from your mobile device or eReader. The customs officers named the slave traders, ships, officers, crew, and outfitters of the ships, as well as the price of each slave and the import duty collected by the Portuguese government and the Catholic Church.

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On the 20th of January 1526, the Santiago left Lisbon bound for Africa with a cargo of brass and tin bracelets, round bells, barber basins and cloth; by early October the ship was back in Portugal with a very different cargo, 108 enslaved Africans.

How might this have influenced how it portrayed the Middle Passage? endobj Merchants from Portugal, Spain, and the Spanish Canary Islands paying taxes on captive Africans in the Cape Verde Islands, 1513-15. (Close reading) According to the textbook, “The time between the moment the slaves were bought and when they arrived at port was very dangerous not only for the 9 0 obj Not affiliated with Harvard College. (Close reading) According to the textbook, “The time between the moment the slaves were, bought and when they arrived at port was very dangerous not only for the European traders but, for the slaves as well.” Why might the textbook’s authors have chosen to compare the. It also makes mention of the negative consequences to slave trade but not in the way we'd expect. <>

Middle Passage Guiding Questions Document A: Portuguese Textbook 1. Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. A second section of the customs book provides details of export taxes paid on c.600 African slaves by merchants from Portugal, Spain, and the Spanish Canary Islands, when they exchanged European merchandise for slaves.

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W8I������rp The 10 Best Portuguese Textbooks for Focusing On Vocabulary and Grammar All-around Learning If you’re wanting to build, improve or brush up on your Portuguese skills in general, here are a few well-rounded resources to try that cover a multitude of language topics. x���[k�@����8�z��[0���-R"�C��%�Xj-�N�}gդ�b\J_vA3s�~G��G���d��)|�D���MY������`t}Aц���w3Q���W'a�)�j>�sR/N�9k�S`���B��, Middle Passage Guiding Questions Document A: Portuguese Textbook 1. The Portuguese textbook is a tool to teach students about history. <> Focus is placed upon the danger and difficulties for both the traders and the slaves. How might this have influence d how it portrayed the Middle Passage? endobj How might this have influenced how it portrayed, The textbook was written in a Portugal high school so it may not have. What do you think?

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Document A: Portuguese Textbook 1. 2. The following excerpt comes from a Portuguese high school textbook. In it Portuguese customs agents recorded import duties on over 3,000 slaves transported from nearby West Africa in 36 ships. The “Bom Dia” series offers European Portuguese speakers everything they could need from a textbook. stream 8 0 obj How might this have influenced how it portrayed the, (Close reading) According to the textbook, “The time between the moment the slaves were bought, and when they arrived at port was very dangerous not only for the European traders but for the, slaves as well.” Why might the textbook’s authors have chosen to compare the experience of the. This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 6 pages. 4 0 obj The differences are that document A is from a Portuguese Textbook for tenth graders and document B is from the captain of a slave trade ship from 1732. experience of the ship’s crew to the experience of the slaves?

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2. The Portuguese textbook is a tool to teach students about history. "��R�Q*��齮��g��V�j\�Z$؁���n�J��t��׶�����E��*���A�l~�!�W���W�8�d��#�� ����,�X#�s�ef ���d2��Y�&�f�J��0��_�. Trevor P. Hall is an Associate Professor of History and Political Science in Jamaica, West Indies. Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. (Sourcing) Where was this textbook written? Customs payments of ships returning from West Africa, 1514. Product pricing will be adjusted to match the corresponding currency. (Sourcing) Where was this textbook written? Middle Passage According to the textbook,"The time between the moment the slaves were bought and when they arrived at Port was very dangerous not only for the European traders but for the slaves as well."

because the crew and slaves are two different classes of people and it is important to include, 3. Most VitalSource eBooks are available in a reflowable EPUB format which allows you to resize text to suit you and enables other accessibility features. <> portrayed the Middle Passage? Translation of ships paying customs duties in the Cape Verde Islands, 1513.

These are actually designed for middle and high school students—so if you’re looking for something more user-friendly, with lots of graphics and repetition, this might be the way to go.

(Hope it's not too late) It'd be awesome if you gave me the 2nd part with the chart on the worksheet! Document A: Portuguese Textbook (Modified) Portugal was one of the first European countries to engage in the African slave trade. (Close reading) According to the textbook, “The time between the moment the slaves were bought and when they arrived at port was very dangerous not only for the European traders but for the slaves SHEG - Middle Passage Student Questions.docx, Zionsville Community High Sch • HISTORY AP, Northwest Missouri State University • HIST 26-103.

The similarities between the documents is that they both have the main idea centered around the middle passage. (Sourcing) Where was this textbook written? Answered by jill d #170087 on 11/14/2018 1:43 PM Asked by Baleigh D #842271 on 11/13/2018 4:36 AM Last updated by jill d #170087 on 11/14/2018 1:43 PM Answers 1 Add Yours. Copyright © 1999 - 2020 GradeSaver LLC.

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Document A: Portuguese Textbook (Modified) Portugal was one of the first European countries to engage in the African slave trade. Middle Passage Guiding Questions Document A: Portuguese Textbook 1. (Sourcing) Where was this textbook written? Document A:Portugese Textbook (Sourcing)Where was this textbook written?How might this have influencwd how it portrayed the middle passage Asked by Kay M #1056624 on 10/7/2020 1:40 AM Translation of vessels paying customs duties, 1514. Middle Passage Guiding Questions Document A: Portuguese Textbook 1. Question_on_Middle_Passage_Original_Documents.docx, Northwest Missouri State University • HIST 26-103, Middle_Passage_Documents_and_Organizer.pdf, Great Neck North High School • HISTORY MISC. (Sourcing) Where was this textbook written? (Close reading) According to the textbook, ÒThe time between the moment the slaves The free VitalSource Bookshelf® application allows you to access to your eBooks whenever and wherever you choose. 6 0 obj endobj

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The final chapter of the volume translates the Santiago’s log, providing an example of an actual slave trading expedition. Customs duties collected in the Cape Verde Islands, 1515.

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Final customs duties paid by ships returning from trading in West Africa, 1515-16. (Sourcing) Where was this textbook written?

Why might the textbooks authors have chosen to compare the experi Answers: 1 The first focus of this document is the benefit of the slave trade to African societies, the fact that this trade was just as beneficial to the Africans, who sold their own people, as it was to the Europeans, who increased trade by trading merchandise for what the Africans offered.... their own people. For both formats the functionality available will depend on how you access the ebook (via Bookshelf Online in your browser or via the Bookshelf app on your PC or mobile device). Document A, specifically deals with African slave trade.