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Black Migration: A celebration of History and Culture

As of ---------, runaways who fought for the Union Army avoided being returned to their former owners.
Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 enabled slave owners to recapture escaped Africans caught above the -------- Line.
East Nigerian trader & writer kidnapped to Virginia later sold to a Philadelphia Quaker who let him buy his freedom in 1766.
Slaves who volunteered to fight for the British Army in the American Revolution were often given this reward.
Reaching this Commonwealth country meant automatic freedom after 1772.
Notable chain of safe houses in the South to help escapees.
Thomas Jefferson's famous "mixed" concubine.
Famous West Point confederate General who freed his slaves before the Civil War.
Traders called the Afro-American voyage the .....
Movement to end slavery.
Capital city of renowned African colony of freemen.
Famous engineer on the Underground Railroad.
Escaped runaways who lived in outlaw communities in the American South.
Famous black runaway later known for his oratory.
When traders broke up slave families for profit it was considered being "sold -------" (three words)
Leading southern seaport for importation of captive Africans.
Common fatal disease experienced on African migrant ships.
Seceding states of the South formed the - - - - -
First US President to declare slave trafficking to be "in violation of the laws of humanity."
The documented number of slave revolts during oceanic passage from Africa.
The export of cotton,tobacco, rum to Europe, then manufactured goods over to Africa, then captive Africans back to the Americas.
After 1800, the percentage of transported Africans who were under age 16.
Illegal intermarriage of blacks and white folks.
Number of captive Africans who settled in the 13 American colonies.
First African colony of black freemen, from England in 1787, pre-Liberia.
Often fatal punishment administered to runaway slaves if captured.
Prominent American colony settled in 1619 by the first immigrant Africans.
The Bight of . . . . . . in West Africa, was the origin of many captured Africans.