Slavery: supporters and abolitionists, 1675-1865 Volumes

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5 volumes in Slavery: supporters and abolitionists, 1675-1865

Correspondence from Planters and Traders, 1694-1776

This correspondence is derived from two different sources. The documents from Lascelles and Maxwell are focussed upon trade and cover slavery where it plays a part in the business. The Samuel Martin papers focus on Antigua as they are derived from a planter who was based in Antigua; unlike the...

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  • Reference:  73198A
  • Subjects:  British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery, British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery
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Official Reports on the Conclusion of the Slave Trade in Africa, 1811-1865

These reports incorporate the content from three different collections: 'Report of the Commissioners on African Settlements: report on the slave trade', 1811; the 'Report of the Select Committee on the West Coast of Africa', 1842; and the 'Ord report on the West Coast of Africa', 1865. They commence with an...

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  • Reference:  73198B
  • Subjects:  British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery, British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery
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Anti-Slavery Papers, 1833-1892

These documents unite three formerly separate collections the 'Anti-Slavery Society papers: Trinidad 1836-1842'; 'The Rhodes House papers: material relating to America from anti-slavery collection in Rhodes House, Oxford, 1839-1868' and 'The Estlin Papers, 1840-1844'. The contents of these papers share certain core themes. They reveal abolitionists' concerns over some churches'...

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  • Reference:  73198C
  • Subjects:  British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery, British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery
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Records from the Slavery Business, 1692-1849

Those who derived profit from slavery kept detailed records of how their businesses progressed. These records reveal the roles played by five different businesses that derived profits from slavery through plantation ownership and the transportation of slaves. The plantation records form the bulk of this grouping, encompassing the content of...

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  • Reference:  73198D
  • Subjects:  British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery, Jamaican, British, Usa, Caribbean, African, Politics, Government, Slavery, Jamaican
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