The Slave Trade.


The number of Africans torn from their hmes during the course of the transatlantic slave trade will never be known, but conservative estimates put the figure at between fourteen and twenty million;roughly the same number had died before,during the slave-hunts.Dr Oliver Ransford begins by descibing the discovery of Guinea from where most of the slaves were taken and then considers the impact of the European slavers on African traditional societies.

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H/b in nice clean boards,with guilt to spine, in v/g d/w a little damadged at the back, but not serious.spine slightly sunned.Size 9×6 pp 293 inc index,bibliography, plates, four page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Textblock clean and bright throughout.So in general a nice clean copy.


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