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Question 1: In ________ in the 19th century about half of the population consisted of slaves.
MauritiusSierra LeoneSouth AfricaCanada

Question 2: [240] There are also an estimated 5 million bonded workers in ________.
CyprusMaldivesPhilippinesPakistan

Question 3: Through the ________ of 1787 under the Congress of the Confederation, slavery was prohibited in the territories north west of the Ohio River.
Northwest OrdinanceUnited StatesAmerican Civil WarBleeding Kansas

Question 4: In 1619 twenty Africans were brought by a Dutch soldier and sold to the English colony of ________ as indentured servants.
James City County, VirginiaJamestown SettlementHampton RoadsJamestown, Virginia

Question 5: The great majority were shipped to the ________, but some also went to Europe and Southern Africa.
South AmericaNorth AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)

Question 6: [71] At the time of the revolution, Haiti was known as ________ and was a colony of France.
French colonial empireFrench GuianaSaint-DomingueNew France

Question 7: In the West the targets of Viking slavery were primarily English, Irish, and Scottish, while in the East they were mainly ________.
Slavic peoplesSlavic languagesSerbsSouth Slavs

Question 8: In some ________ city states about 30% of the population consisted of slaves, but paid and slave labor seem to have been equally important.
Doric GreekAncient GreekAeolic GreekAttic Greek

Question 9: According to Robert Davis between 1 million and 1.25 million Europeans were captured by ________ and sold as slaves in North Africa and Ottoman Empire between the 16th and 19th centuries.
Hayreddin BarbarossaPiracyBarbary corsairsKurto─člu Muslihiddin Reis

Question 10: [156] In response to pressure by Western ________ Ethiopia officially abolished slavery and serfdom after regaining its independence in 1942.
Second Sino-Japanese WarTimeline of World War II (1939)Allies of World War IITimeline of World War II (1941)
















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