How can banks work with others to help end this insidious crime? He was also pointing at the growing emphasis being placed on the issue by businesses in how they operate and in their supply chains, and the increasing focus on the issue by academics and NGOs.
Migrants, Servants and Slaves: Slavery in the British Empire James Walvin The terrible story of African slavery in the British colonies of the West Indies and North America is told with clarity and compassion in this classic history.
Slavery and Emancipation Edited by Rick Halpern and Enrico Dal Lago Slavery and Emancipation is a comprehensive collection of primary and secondary readings on the history of slaveholding in the American South combining recent historical research with period documents. The Making of the American South: A Short History, J.
Beckles and Verene A. Shepherd Freedoms Wonlike its companion volume, Liberties Losthas been written by two of the Caribbean's leading historians. Both books are essential reading for students and teachers engaged in following courses on the history of the Caribbean.
The books will also be of special interest to general readers seeking information on the history of the region. Starting with the aftermath of emancipation, Freedoms Won covers the African-Caribbean peasantry, Asian arrival in the Caribbean, social and political experiences of the working classes in the immediate post-slavery period, the Caribbean economy, US intervention and imperialist tendencies from the 18th century, the Labour Movement in the Caribbean in the 20th century, the social life and culture of the Caribbean people and social protest, decolonisation and nationhood.
ISBN The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas David Eltis Why were the countries with the most developed institutions of individual freedom also the leaders in establishing the most exploitative system of slavery that the world has ever seen?
In seeking to provide new answers to this question, The Rise of African Slavery in the Americas examines the development of the English Atlantic slave system between and The book outlines a major African role in the evolution of the Atlantic societies before the nineteenth century and argues that the transatlantic slave trade was a result of African strength rather than African weakness.
It also addresses changing patterns of group identity to account for the racial basis of slavery in the early modern Atlantic World. Exploring the paradox of the concurrent development of slavery and freedom in the European domains, David Eltis provides a fresh interpretation of this difficult historical problem.
Lewis and Kenneth L.
Sokoloff Slavery in the Development of the Americas brings together new work from leading historians and economic historians of slavery. The essays cover various aspects of slavery and the role of slavery in the development of the southern United States, Brazil, Cuba, the French and Dutch Caribbean, and elsewhere in the Americas.
Some essays explore the emergence of the slave system, and others provide important insights about the operation of specific slave economics. There are reviews of slave markets and prices, and discussions of the efficiency and distributional aspects of slavery.
New perspectives are brought on the transition from slavery and subsequent adjustments, and the volume contains the latest work of scholars, many of whom have been pioneers in the study of slavery in the Americas.
Beckles In this second edition of A History of BarbadosHilary Beckles updates the text to reflect the considerable number of writings recently published on Barbados. He presents new insights and analyses key events in a lucid and provocative style which will appeal to all those who have an interest in the island's past and present.The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade began around the mid-fifteenth century when Portuguese interests in Africa moved away from the fabled deposits of gold to a much more readily available commodity -- .
The Southern Perspective. Religion in the Civil War: The Northern Perspective. To address abolitionists’ cries for an end to slavery, southern preachers declared that slavery was a sacred trust imposed on the South by the slave traders of Great Britain and the northern states.
Did soldiers of the South experience “conversion” out. Slavery in the United States was the legal institution of human chattel enslavement, primarily of Africans and African Americans, that existed in the United States of America in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Slavery had been practiced in British America from early colonial days, and was legal in all Thirteen Colonies at the time of the Declaration of .
Northup’s rendering of the daily life of slavery captures the incessant emotional and physical toll of slavery’s imprisonment.
Solomon Northup also detailed the experiences of the slave women he encountered during his twelve years as a slave, and especially elaborated on the experience of Patsey, a twenty-three year-old slave who was the.
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, , contains more than 2, first-person accounts of slavery and black-and-white photographs of former slaves collected as part of the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration.
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