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A structural analysis of enslavement in the African diaspora

Author: James L Conyers
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, ©2001.
Series: Studies in African diaspora, v. 1.
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This collection of essays probes the enslavement of African people from an interdisciplinary perspective. It examines Europe, the Caribbean, the United States, and indentured servitude in Africa  Read more...

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Structural analysis of enslavement in the African diaspora.
Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, c2001
(OCoLC)606587945
Online version:
Structural analysis of enslavement in the African diaspora.
Lewiston, N.Y. : Edwin Mellen Press, c2001
(OCoLC)631989938
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James L Conyers
ISBN: 0773474358 9780773474352
OCLC Number: 46419817
Description: xvi, 427 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part one Africa: the unknown African origin; some aspects of slavery in Southeastern Nigeria; negro culture in two continents; ancient African civilizations; America discovered many times before, Burton Kline. Part two Africans in Europe: negro companions of the Spanish explorers, R.R. Wright; special report of the anti-slavery conference held in Paris, in the Salle Yerz, August 26-27, 1867; Dr. Cheever's position and John Brown's execution (a public meeting in Edinburgh); Spanish Guinea, enclave empire; the rise of negro education in the British empire. Part three Africans in the Carribean: the negro brother hood of Sevilla; a history of slavery in Cuba - 1511-1868; the British West indian slave trade after its abolition in 1807; a note on Jamaica; life on the sea island. Part four Enslavement of Africa: proceedings of the anti-slavery convention of American women held in Philadelphia, May 15-18, 1838; an address to the anti-slavery Christians of the United States; constitution of the American and foreign anti-slavery society preamble; the fate of the southern anti-slavery movement; constitution of the American anti-slavery movement and its auxillaries. Part five Blacks in America: communications; debtor and chattel slavery in Aboriginal North America; slavery in struggle with servitude; revitalized slavery curbed; the negro in American thought - the nadir 1877-1901; the negro immigrant; reconstruction and its benefit.
Series Title: Studies in African diaspora, v. 1.
Responsibility: edited by James L. Conyers, Jr.

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