Village scores are labeled as part of the “slave trade” by the government’s independent administration.
Halls, churches and pubs are also included in the audit by Historic England.
But the move was blamed by Tory MP Nigel Mills, Called it a “waste of time”.
The report links many rural areas to “infiltrating society for centuries” and “money made by Atlantic slavery.”
The Historic England review aims to promote heritage to a more diverse community.
A historic England report states: “The Atlantic slave economy has been invested in the building environment of the region, including housing, civil society, churches, village offices, farms, shooting lodges and hotels.”
It cites the support of people such as Edward Colston, William Gladstone, and Francis Drake as part of the “money path” that connects buildings to the wealth of slavery.
The villages mentioned include Bishop Burton of East York and Blankney of Lynx.
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Mills said: “What happened hundreds of years ago was wrong.
“But we don’t always have to criticize ourselves about it.”
Historical England claimed that “this knowledge is never used to exclude structures.”
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After labeling numerous villages as part of the “slave trade,” audits by the government’s independent administration were accused.
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