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Slave ships and slaving

George Francis Dow

Slave ships and slaving

by George Francis Dow

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Published by Cornell Maritime Press in Cambridge, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slave-trade -- Africa, West.

  • Edition Notes

    Original ed. issued as no. 15 of Marine Research Society publications.

    StatementWith an introd. by ErnestH. Pentecost.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT1322
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxv, 386 p. :
    Number of Pages386
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19233561M

    Read "Slave Ships and Slaving" by George Francis Dow available from Rakuten Kobo. The long, grim story of the slave trade is a tragic historical narrative. This darkest and most heartless era in African Brand: Dover Publications. The long, grim story of the slave trade is a tragic historical narrative. This darkest and most heartless era in African-American history saw millions of Africans kidnapped and sold into bondage in the West Indies, the American colonies, and later, the United States/5(7).

      Slave Ships and Slaving. George Francis Dow - investigating the slave trade. Slave Ship Sailors and Their Captive Cargoes, Emma Christopher - This book fills that gap by examining every aspect of their working lives, from their reasons for signing on a slaving vessel, to their experiences in the Caribbean and the.   Slave Ships and Slaving. George Francis Dow - Slave Ship Sailors and Their Captive Cargoes, Emma Christopher - This book fills that gap by examining every aspect of their working lives, from their reasons for signing on a slaving vessel, to their experiences in the Caribbean and the American South after their human.

    Aboard a Slave Ship, America's First Steam Locomotive, A Portrait of America, Traveling the National Road, A Slave's Life Traveling the Erie Canal, Victoria Becomes Queen, Escape From Slavery, A Flogging at Sea, P.T. Barnum Discovers "Tom Thumb" Living among the Shakers, Visit to the "Red Light.   Last American slave ship is discovered in Alabama The schooner Clotilda smuggled African captives into the U.S. in , more than 50 years after importing slaves was outlawed. Photograph by Elias.


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Slave Ships and Slaving. Detailed descriptions of suppressed mutinies on slave ships and life in "factories" — penned areas that held slaves until they were put aboard ships — are followed by vivid accounts of living conditions on the vessels (for both slaves and sailors), as well as commentary on the commercial structure of the slave : Extraordinary collection of commentaries by ships' doctors and captains, as well as written testimonies for a parliamentary committee investigating the slave trade.

Accounts relate horrifying events and conditions: the holding pens or "factories," living conditions aboard ships, mutinies and their Slave ships and slaving book, and more.

54 period engravings and other illustrations accompany the grim record.4/5(1). The long, grim story of the slave trade is a tragic historical narrative.

This darkest and most heartless era in African-American history saw millions of Africans kidnapped and sold into bondage in the West Indies, the American colonies, and later, the United history is recalled firsthand in this extraordinary shocking collection of commentaries by ships' doctors and captains /5(4).

Extraordinary collection of commentaries by ships' doctors and captains, as well as written testimonies for a parliamentary committee investigating the slave trade. Accounts relate horrifying events and conditions: the holding pens or "factories," living conditions aboard ships, mutinies and their suppression, and more.

54 period engravings and other illustrations accompany the grim record. DOW, George Francis. Slave Ships and Slaving. Salem, MA: Marine Research Society, 4to. xxxv, pp. Detailed descriptions of suppressed mutinies on slave ships and life in "factories" - penned areas that held slaves until they were put aboard ships - are followed by vivid accounts of living conditions on the vessels, and commentary on.

Get this from a library. Slave ships and slaving. [George Francis Dow] -- This is a collection of commentaries by ships' doctors and captains, as well as written testimonies for a parliamentary committee investigating the slave trade. Accounts, varying from sympathetic to. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed.

Description: xxxv, pages illustrations, maps 22 cm. Contents: The Guinea coast --Sir John Hawkins, slave trader --The voyage of the ship "Hannibal" of London, in --The slaving voyage of the "Albion-Frigate" of London --The Liverpool and Bristol slavers --Mutinies aboard slave ships in the early days.

Slave Ships and Slaving (African American series) by George Francis Dow. Detailed descriptions of suppressed mutinies on slave ships and life in "factories" — penned areas that held slaves until they were put aboard ships — are followed by vivid accounts of living conditions on the vessels (for both slaves and sailors), as well as.

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The long, grim story of the slave trade is a tragic historical narrative. This darkest and most heartless era in African-American history saw millions of Africans kidnapped and sold into bondage in the West Indies, the American colonies, and later, the United history is recalled firsthand in this extraordinary shocking collection of commentaries by ships' doctors and captains as.

The African slave trade was outlawed by the United States and the United Kingdom in The applicable UK act was the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act and outlawed the slave trade throughout the British US law took effect on 1 January After that date, all US and British slave ships leaving Africa were legally pirate vessels subject to capture by the United States Navy or.

An historical narrative of the African slave trade between the early ’s to Dow’s book “describes the warfare between tribes and the taking of prisoners, raids for the sole purpose of taking captives to be sold as slaves, African slave markets, slave auctions, voyages of the slave ships, and the conditions existing in all areas of the trade ashore and afloat.”.

The Slave Ship itself is the focus of Marcus Redikers well written and thoughtful book on the British and American slave trade of the 18th Century: the ships themselves, the people who owned them, their captains, officers and ordinary sailors aswell as the enslaved Africans/5.

Slave Ship Diagram. Slave Ships and the Middle Passage. Contributed by Brendan Wolfe. The slave ship was the means by which nearly million enslaved Africans were transported from Africa to the Americas between and Leaving from its home port in Europe, a typical ship made its first passage to the west coast of Africa, trading goods for a full cargo of slaves—people who had.

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Slave ships and slaving by George Francis Dow; 7 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Slave-trade, Slave ships, History; Places: West Africa.Grim commentaries by ships' doctors and captains about slave -factories, - living conditions aboard ships, mutinies and their suppression, and more.

54 period illustrations. Unabridged reprint of .