Hope (ship)
The Hope was an American brig class merchant ship involved in the Maritime Fur Trade along the northwest coast of North America and discovery in the Pacific Ocean. Earlier the vessel was involved in t...
Le Petit Senegal
Le Petit Sénégal, or Little Senegal, is a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It has been called Le Petit Senegal by the West African immigrant community and Little Senegal by some...
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Duc du Maine (slave ship)
The Duc du Maine (along with the Aurore) was a slave ship which brought the first African slaves to Louisiana on June 6, 1719 from Senegambia.
The ship could carry 500 to 600 slaves. Several voyag...
Duc du Maine (slave ship) - Wikipedia
Senegalese American
Senegalese Americans are Americans of Senegalese descent. In surveys of 2008, some 12,151 people claimed to be of Senegalese descent in the United States. However, many African slaves exported to the ...
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Aurore (slave ship)
The Aurore (along with the Duc du Maine) was a cargo slave ship that brought the first African slaves to Louisiana on June 6, 1719, from Senegambia.
The Aurore ship captain would force the slaves...
Aurore (slave ship) - Wikipedia
Laura Plantation
Laura Plantation is a restored historic Louisiana Creole plantation on the west bank of the Mississippi River near Vacherie, Louisiana, (U.S.), open for guided tours. Formerly known as Duparc Plantati...
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Whydah Gally
The Whydah Gally (commonly known simply as the Whydah or Whidah, and rarely, written as Whidaw, or Whido) was a fully rigged galley ship that was originally built as a Trade-Triangle passenger, cargo,...
Whydah Gally - Wikipedia