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Atlantic World

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A look at life at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean

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Academy for American Democracy, Part 3: The Atlantic World

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The Atlantic World Part 1

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Eyes Blue Like The Atlantic (feat. Subvrbs)

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How big is Atlantic Ocean Actually?

The Atlantic World is the history of the interactions among the peoples and empires bordering the Atlantic Ocean rim from the beginning of the Age of Discovery to the early 21st century. Atlantic history is split between three different contexts. transatlantic history, meaning the international history of the atlantic world, circus-atlantic history meaning the transnational history of the atlantic world, and cis-atlantic history within an atlantic context. The Atlantic slave trade continued into the 19th century, but the international trade was largely outlawed in 1807 by Britain. Slavery ended in 1865 in the United States and in the 1880s in Brazil (1888) and Cuba (1886). In many ways the history of the "Atlantic world" culminates in the "Atlantic Revolutions" of the late 18th century and early 19th century.
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