The Slave Trade
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Lerner Publishing Group, 2022.
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9781728452357

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Elliott Smith., & Elliott Smith|AUTHOR. (2022). The Slave Trade . Lerner Publishing Group.

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Elliott Smith and Elliott Smith|AUTHOR. 2022. The Slave Trade. Lerner Publishing Group.

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Elliott Smith and Elliott Smith|AUTHOR. The Slave Trade Lerner Publishing Group, 2022.

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Elliott Smith, and Elliott Smith|AUTHOR. The Slave Trade Lerner Publishing Group, 2022.

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Full titleslave trade black lives and the drive for profit
Authorsmith elliott
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Last Update2022-07-31 18:10:32PM
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