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The slave ship : a human history

Author: Marcus Rediker
Publisher: New York : Viking, ©2007.
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For more than three centuries, slave ships carried millions of people from the coasts of Africa to the New World. Here, the author a historian creates a detailed history of these vessels and the human drama acted out on their rolling decks. He restores the slave ship to its rightful place alongside the plantation as a formative institution of slavery, as a place where a profound and still haunting history of race,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rediker, Marcus.
Slave ship.
New York : Viking, 2007
(OCoLC)608578117
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marcus Rediker
ISBN: 9780670018239 0670018236 9780143114253 0143114255
OCLC Number: 124074808
Awards: American Historical Association James A. Rawley Prize in Atlantic History, 2008.
Description: 434 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Life, death, and terror in the slave trade --
The evolution of the slave ship --
African paths to the Middle Passage --
Olaudah Equiano : astonishment and terror --
James Field Stanfield and the floating dungeon --
John Newton and the peaceful kingdom --
The captain's own hell --
The sailor's vast machine --
From captives to shipmates --
The long voyage of the slave ship Brooks --
Endless passage.
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For more than three centuries, slave ships carried millions of people from the coasts of Africa to the New World. Here, the author a historian creates a detailed history of these vessels and the human drama acted out on their rolling decks. He restores the slave ship to its rightful place alongside the plantation as a formative institution of slavery, as a place where a profound and still haunting history of race, class, and modern capitalism was made.

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