• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.

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Curriculum Activities - Slave Trade Project

Teachers can use these materials to teach their students about the transatlantic slave trade. These materials are unique - they focus on the origins of the transatlantic slave trade in Europe, rather than the Middle Passage and slavery in America. Teachers and students will learn more about the economics of the slave trade.



Educational Activities - Slave Trade (.pdf, 2.7 MB, 36 pages)



For the activities, you will need the two slave trade exhibit panels. Access them by clicking here.



More activities will be added as developed.



Click here for more educational activities at Kingsley Plantation.



The educational activities document requires use of Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download the program for free. (You are leaving the National Park Service website.)



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