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(CNN)-LONDON, England (CNN) -- A genealogy Web site has taken a bold step in exposing the details of the British slave trade by publishing a list of Barbados slaves.
Ancestry.co.uk is a site that allows users to research their family history. This new list will allow descendants of slaves taken to Barbados to trace their ancestors back to their enslavement.
The list, known as the Barbados Slave Register for 1834, has almost 100,000 names of slaves and their owners who worked in the former British colonial dependency.