The African slave trade and its suppression

a classified and annotated bibliography of books, pamphlets and periodical articles by Peter C. Hogg

Publisher: Frank Cass in London

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  • Africa

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  • Slave trade -- Africa -- Bibliography.,
  • Slave trade -- Bibliography.,
  • Slavery -- Bibliography.

Edition Notes

Statement[by] Peter C. Hogg.
GenreBibliography.
SeriesCass Library of African studies., no. 137
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7164.S6 H63 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination4O9 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5306931M
ISBN 100714627755
LC Control Number72090130

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The slave trade: Its present state, and the means of its suppression Author: Wilson, J. Leighton The history of the rise, progress and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave-trade, by the British parliament Author: Clarkson, Thomas, Published: (). Full text of "The African slave trade and its remedy" See other formats. Part II: The Slave Trade in the Atlantic World charts the inception of slavery in Africa and its rise as perpetuated on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, placing particular emphasis on the Caribbean, Latin America, and United States. More international in scope than Part I, this collection was developed by an international editorial board with scholars specializing in North American, .

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The Suppression Of The African Slave Trade To The United States Of America by W.E.B. Dubois []. This monograph was begun during my residence as Rogers Memorial Fellow at Harvard University, and is based mainly upon a study of the sources, i.e., national, State, and colonial statutes, Congressional documents, reports of societies, personal /5(48).

The Suppression of the African Slave Trade to the United States of America [Du Bois, W. B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Suppression of the African Slave Trade to the United States of America Cited by: For a book published in I was astonished that it did not set out to justify and support the European participation in the slave trade.

In what was a documented and organized way the author broke down the slave trade, in all its horrors, to demonstrate the impact on the enslaved and the participants in the trade/5. The African Slave Trade and Its Suppression: A Classified and Annotated Bibliography of Books, Pamphlets and Periodical Articles Volume of Cass library of African studies Issue of Cass library of African studies: General studies, ISSN Volume of General studies, Cass library of African studies: Author: Peter C.

Hogg: Editor. The Suppression of the African Slave-trade to the United States of America, Volume 1 of Harvard historical studies: Author: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois: Publisher: Longmans, Green and Company, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Aug 1, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

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The African slave trade and its suppression: a classified and annotated bibliography of books, pamphlets and periodical articles by Hogg, Peter C. Publication date Topics Slave-trade -- Bibliography, Slave-trade -- Africa -- Bibliography, Slavery -- Bibliography Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN :   READ book The Navy and the Slave Trade: The Suppression of the African Slave Trade in the. This book is Du Bois's thesis, and contains many details about American policy regarding slavery and the African slave trade. The laws varied greatly depending on the region and time, and some opposed the slave trade not for moral reasons, but rather to increase the price of slaves already within the American colonies/5.

Forms of slavery. Multiple forms of slavery and servitude have existed throughout African history and were shaped by indigenous practices of slavery as well as the Roman institution of slavery [citation needed] (and the later Christian views on slavery), the Islamic institutions of slavery via the Arab slave trade, and eventually the Atlantic slave trade.

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Burghardt Du Bois's The Suppression of the African Slave-trade to the United States of America, (NY: Longmans, Green and Co., ) is available at the Internet Archive or at Google Books. I have annotated portions of this review by providing page references to the quotations from SAST.

Suppression of the slave trade was certainly a factor in bringing forward partition and colonial rule in Africa. By the end of the s the health and effectiveness of the squadron was improving and in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies announced that.

Book Excerpt tion, the total exportation to America is variously estimated as betw andeach year. Bancroft places the total slave population of the continental colonies at 59, in78, inandin   This review of the literature on the demography of the slave trade provides a context to assess the revisionist interpretation of David Eltis, who has argued recently that the slave trade and its suppression were of minor importance in African history.

It is shown that Eltis' economic arguments, based on an assessment of per capita income and Cited by: Book Description. A comprehensive bibliography dealing specifically with African slave trade.

This volume has been sub-classified for easier consultation and the compiler has provided, where possible, descriptions and comments on the works listed.

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Free shipping for many products. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Suppression of the African Slave-Trade to the Un () by W. Du Bois/5(90). The explorations of the African coast by Portuguese navigators resulted in the exploitation of the African as a slave, and for nearly five centuries the predations of slave raiders along the coasts of Africa were to be a lucrative and important business conducted with appalling brutality.

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Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database Documents more t voyages, searchable by ship or captain name, point of origin, and destination. Also includes an African names database and a set of numberical estimates for slave trafficking in different : Joshua Youngblood.

The Ottoman Slave Trade and Its Suppression. Course Book ed. Princeton University Press, In regions lying closer to the sources of African slaves—such as Tripoli, Egypt, Arabia, and the Persian Gulf—slave hold­ that the slave trade was dominated by Sayyid 'Ali b Harun,Cited by: This book is a historical account of the slave trading system of the Ottoman Empire in the second half of the nineteenth century and of the attempts, which were eventually successful, to suppress it.

Originally published in Cited by:   READ PDF The Navy and the Slave Trade: The Suppression of the African Slave Trade in the Nineteenth Century (Library of African Study) READ PDF BOOKS ONLINE. The Suppression of the African Slave-Trade to the United States of America, (NY: Longmans, Green, and Co., ) is readily and freely available at several web sites.

The edition is available at the Internet Archive (download page) or at Google Books (About-This-Book. The Africa Squadron was a unit of the United States Navy that operated from to to suppress the slave trade along the coast of West Africa.

However, the term was often ascribed generally to anti-slavery operations during the period leading up to the American Civil War. The squadron was an outgrowth of the treaty between the United States and the United Branch: United States Navy.

Remarks on the colonization of the western coast of Africa, by the free negroes of the United States, and the consequent civilization of Africa and suppression of the slave trade. Summary One Joseph Bryan argues here for African American colonization of Africa and for Congressional aid to send freed American slaves to Liberia.

There were definite European countries that organized the trade, definite African tribes that helped them in finding new slaves and new peoples that became the subject of the trade. After stealing the people to become slaves, the merchants directed the marching slave caravans to the coastal regions.Zamba Zembola (born c.

) is the supposed author of an slave narrative, The Life and Adventures of Zamba, an African Negro King; and his Experience of Slavery in South Carolina, which describes his kidnapping and 40 years of labor as a slave on a plantation in the U.S. state of South work was edited by Peter Neilson, a Scottish abolitionist.

Africa and its people are the most written about and the least understood of all of the world's people. This condition started in the 15th and the 16th centuries with the beginning of the slave trade system.