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Great Britain and the slave trade 1839-1865

W. L. Mathieson

Great Britain and the slave trade 1839-1865

by W. L. Mathieson

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Published by Longmans, Green .
Written in English


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Statementby W.L. Mathieson.
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For the British suppression of the foreign slave trade see C. Lloyd, The Navy and the Slave Trade (London, ) Google Scholar and W. L. Mathieson, Great Britain and the Slave Trade, – Author: Philip D. Curtin. Slave trade has throughout history been an economic aspect that is founded on human life. virtuosobs.com Dissertation Chapter Paper on Effects of Transnational Slave Trade on .

Most antislavery efforts during the 19th cent. were directed against slave trading. Great Britain had passed antislave-trade laws in and ; the British attempted to enlist other nations in an effort to stop the slave trade, and several treaties for such a purpose were signed in the s. Slave Trade: the African Connection, ca The labor-intensive agriculture of the New World demanded a large workforce. Crops such as sugar cane, tobacco and cotton required an unlimited and inexpensive supply. Life of servitude often began in the interior of .

This eyewitness account appears in Falconbridge, Alexander, An Account of the Slave Trade on the Coast of Africa (); Curtin, Phillip D. Atlantic Slave Trade (); Matheson, William Law, Great Britain and the Slave Trade, (). "Slave Trade: the African Connection, ca " EyeWitness to History, virtuosobs.com (). Raymond English Anti-Slavery Collection Description: The archive contains letters, letter-books, diaries, lectures and printed works of and concerning the anti-slavery campaigners George Thompson and Frederick Chesson. minute book of the Sheffield Female Anti-Slavery Society, Great Britain and the slave trade,


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