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The brutal trade in enslaved people within the US has been largely whitewashed out of history

By Joshua D. Rothman, Professor of History, University of Alabama
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By the time slavery ended, over 1 million enslaved people had been forcibly moved in the domestic slave trade across state lines. Hundreds of thousands more were bought and sold within states.

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