In the world's history, Olaudoh Equiano was the first black slave to be free from slavery. this man was captured with his sister at the age of 10 1/2 in Africa he traveled many a places but was not sold as a slave due to his height. he was brought by a British man who was in the navy. he needed more soldiers for the great seven year war with France. after the war he educated Equiano and sold him to a different person for Â£40. he would give equiano his freedom, if he re payed the Â£40. during the time it took him to repay he was given higher education. By his early 20s he found his freedom and wrote a auto biography on this terrible travels through the middle passage. he also helped convince English government to abolish the slave trade industry. he was a fantastic man and that is why he is famous ! he was also called Gustavus Vassa
Olaudah Equiano was a freed slave who was also an abolitionist. He was born sometime in 1345 and died in 1797 around the age of 51. He was known for being a supporter of the movement put forth by the British to end the slave trade.
His most important work was his autobiography. It became best seller (:
Because of the difference in appearance that the traders had, their language and long hair. This made Olaudah believe that the crew possessed magic.
He was captured at the age of eleven, by slave traders.
Some of the accomplishments of the Freedmen's bureau is that it gave a helping hand to the destitute.
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becouse he did not belive that god had created the univers
Olaudah Equiano main duty on the was to carry gunpowder from the magazine up to the gun decks.
Susannah, his wife, died in February 1796 aged 34, and Equiano died a year after that.Hope that helped!by Cupcake
yes, the slaveholder also put cuffs on Equianos wrists until he accepted his name.
While Olaudah Equianoâ??s capture by slave-traders at the age of ten took him from life in what is now Eastern Nigeria, he emerged a gifted writer. Perhaps his works speak to the effect of his age on his life experience.
Olaudah Equiano is from Igboland which is 16,216 square miles from here
To sway public opinion about slavery.
Yes he did. Then he moved back to England but Olaudah Equiano did buy his own freedom.
Olaudah Equiano is his birth name. His other name, Gustavus Vassa, was given to him by one of his owners.