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by Frank Howley

eBook Slavers, Traders and Privateers: Liverpool, the African Trade and Revolution, 1773 - 1808 download ISBN: 1901231984
Author: Frank Howley
Publisher: Countyvise Ltd; First edition. edition (May 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 300
ePub: 1368 kb
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Anthropology

Frank Howley (Slavers, Traders and Privateers; Countyvise 2008) (ST&P)provides us with an extraordinary insight .

Frank Howley (Slavers, Traders and Privateers; Countyvise 2008) (ST&P)provides us with an extraordinary insight into the detail and the character of the period. By juxtaposing a narrative style and text with detailed historical reference, ST&P illuminates the social and economic change, the conflict and the various social and political forces at play. I started reading Slavers, Traders and Privateers knowing very little about this period of history, the slave trade or Liverpools part in it. I was soon drawn into the lives not only of the sailors but also the people of Liverpool and the way the slave trade effected their lives and politics.

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Frank Howley (May 2008). Slavers, Traders and Privateers: Liverpool, the African Trade and Revolution, 1773-1808. Countyvise Ltd. p. 273. ISBN 978-1-901231-98-4. Retrieved 14 March 2013. Frank Howley (May 2008). 172.

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Howley, Frank, 'Slavers, Traders and Privateers: Liverpool, the African Trade and Revolution, 1773-1808', Countyvise, Birkenhead, 2008. Pope-Hennessy, J, 'The Sins of The Fathers: A Study of the Atlantic Slave Traders 1441-1807', London, 1967. European involvement in slaving. Postma, JM, 'The Dutch in the Atlantic Slave Trade 1600-1815', Cambridge, 1990.

Sanderson, F. Liverpool and the Slave Trade: A Guide to Sources, Historic Society of Lancashire and. The Liverpool Delegates and Sir William Dolben's Bill, Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Vo. 24, 1972. Sanderson, F. Download Free Books Downloader.

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Frank Howley, Slavers, Traders and Privateers: Liverpool, the African Trade and Revolution, Countyvise, Birkenhead, 2008. A G Salmon, The History of Wilde Sapte, Redwood Burn, Trowbridge, 1985.

The payment included 'gold advanced you on the African coast', clothing, brandy and cash paid during the voyage and on arrival in Liverpool.

By understanding the detailed operation of the trade we can also see how Liverpool became so important as a slaving port and what it meant for the development of the town and its prosperity. He also supplied other traders and in the period 1766-1770 he sold beads worth £39,000 (over £. m today). Another cargo which came from even further afield was cowry shells. The payment included 'gold advanced you on the African coast', clothing, brandy and cash paid during the voyage and on arrival in Liverpool.

Liverpool, the African Slave Trade, and Abolition. The book by S. Abramova traces the history of the transatlantic slave-trade from its beginning in the mid-15th century until its end in the latter half of the 19th century. The Introduction indicates three major periods of the trade. Liverpool, 1976 (Historic. Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. Occasional Series, vol. 2). 390. Lloyd С The Navy and the Slave Trade. The Suppression of the African Slave Trade in the 19-th Century. The first began in the middle of the 15th century, when the Portuguese landed on the West African shores, and lasted until the mid-17th century.