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London, Metropolis of the Slave Trade (SHADES OF BLUE GRAY) ebook

by James A. Rawley (Deceased),David Eltis


By David Eltis Not only was the slave trade a tiny fraction of all long- distance trade moving in and out of the Thames estuary.

The only substantial work on the London slave trade about the time that James Rawley began to explore the topic in the 1970s was Kenneth Davies's book on the Royal African Company.

In London, Metropolis of the Slave Trade, James A. Rawley collects some of his best works from the past th "The recognition that ordinary people could and did trade in slaves, as well as the fact that ordinary people became slaves, is, indeed, the beginning of comprehending the enormity of the forced migration of eleven million people and the attendant deaths of many. In these essays Rawley brings together new information on individuals involved in and opposed to the slave trade and shows how scholars have long underestimated the extent of London’s participation in the trade.

Mastery, Tyranny, and Desire: Thomas Thistlewood and His Slaves in the AngloJamaican World. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2004.

In these essays Rawley brings together new information on individuals involved in and opposed to the slave trade and shows how scholars have . Shades of Blue and Gray. University of Missouri Press.

In these essays Rawley brings together new information on individuals involved in and opposed to the slave trade and shows how scholars have long underestimated the extent of London’s participation in the trade. Rawley draws on material from the year 1700 to the American Civil War as he explores the role of London in the trade.

"The recognition that ordinary people could and did trade in slaves, as well as the fact that ordinary people became slaves, is, indeed, the beginning of comprehending the enormity of the forced migration of eleven million people and the attendant deaths of many more. "In "London, Metropolis of the Slave Trade," James A. Rawley collects some of his best works from.

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London, Metropolis of the Slave Trade (SHADES OF BLUE  GRAY) ebook
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James A. Rawley (Deceased),David Eltis
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