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eBook England, Slaves and Freedom, 1776-1838 download ISBN: 0878052992
Author: James Walvin
Publisher: University Press of Mississippi; 1st edition (1986)
Language: English
Pages: 202
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Anthropology

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England, Slaves and Freedom, 1776-1838 Hardcover – 1986. Moreover one crucial element in the complex political formula which created black freedom was black socity itself - in Britain and the West Indies. by. James Walvin (Author). Thus this book seeks to tell the story of how a society which was, at once, proud of its internal liberties and yet a slaving nation, came to bestow similar freedoms on its slaves.

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England, Slaves and Freedom 1776-1838 by James Walvin (Univ Pr of Mississippi, 1987)

England, Slaves and Freedom 1776-1838 by James Walvin (Univ Pr of Mississippi, 1987). Making the Black Atlantic: Britain and the African Diaspora by James Walvin (Leicester University Press, 2000). Top. About the author. Dr Saul David is the author of several history books, including The Indian Mutiny: 1857 (shortlisted for the Westminster Medal for Military Literature), Zulu: the Heroism and Tragedy of the Zulu War of 1879 (a Waterstone's Military History Book of the Year) and, most recently, Victoria's Wars: The Rise of Empire.

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Ниал Фергюсон ИМПЕРИЯ Посвящается Кену и Вивьен Старая широкая река, не тронутая рябью, покоилась на склоне дня после многих веков верной службы людям, населявшим ее берега; она раскинулась невозмутимая и величественная, словно водный путь.

Dust jacket notes: "By the mid years of the seventeenth century the English prided themselves on their newly secured social and political freedoms. At much the same time, however, they had begun to develop their own slave colonies in the New World. By the mid-eighteenth century, the English has become the world's pre-eminent slaving nation, shipping millions of Africans from their homelands into the Americas, for the material well-being of European nations. Yet slavery, which brought so much diverse prosperity to Britain was ended, in British possessions, in a relatively brief period. In the space of fifty years first the slave trade and then slavery itself was abolished by Parliament. This book seeks to explore that process by studying abolition and emancipation as a species of popular politics. Moreover one crucial element in the complex political formula which created black freedom was black socity itself - in Britain and the West Indies. But the wider transformation, from slavery to black freedom, took place in the determining context of a changing British economy; of the emergence of the British industrial revolution. Thus this book seeks to tell the story of how a society which was, at once, proud of its internal liberties and yet a slaving nation, came to bestow similar freedoms on its slaves."