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How El Niño and Drought Affected the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

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El Niño, an oceanic phenomenon that affects worldwide weather patterns, significantly affected the number of enslaved Africans transported from West Africa to the Americas between the mid-1600s and mid-1800s,

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