Liverpool shipping records: imports and exports, 1820-1900 - Part 2 - Key Data
|Metadata Key||Metadata Values|
|Title||Liverpool shipping records: imports and exports, 1820-1900 - Part 2|
|Subject & Keywords||Maritime History Trade Slavery Caribbean Usa South Usa Portugese Asian Irish African|
This collection contains bills of entry derived from official sources, namely the reports and manifests of ships that docked in the port of Liverpool between 1861 and 1870. These bills are divided into two categories. The first contains details of imports and the second records exports. This collection provides an overview of the emergence of Liverpool as a prominent maritime centre. It also provides an insight into shifting patterns of global trade during the 19th century.
Note: (1) This collection is accompanied by an online guide originally written for the microfilm edition by Professor Kenneth Morgan; (2) Collectively drawn from the Liverpool Record Office and Liverpool Maritime Museum, these Bills of Entry are complete for the period 1820-1900 with the exception of the years 1821-24, 1833, 1836 and 1838-40, where gaps exist.
|Contributor(s)||Liverpool Maritime Museum & Liverpool RO|
|Source||British Records on the Atlantic World, 1700-1900|
|Rights||Digital images © 2013 Microform Academic Publishers, scanned & published with the permission of Liverpool City Council and the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside. All rights reserved.|
|Publisher||Microform Academic Publishers|
|Created On||7th April, 2014 - 11:10am|
|Last Updated||24th July, 2019 - 3:30pm|