Atlantic Slave Trade Effects on Economies, Societies, and Peoples in Africa, the Americas, and Europe
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Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication date: 4/30/1992
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
|Introduction: Gainers and Losers in the Atlantic Slave Trade|
|The Social Cost in Africa of Forced Migration|
|The Impact of the Atlantic Slave Trade on the Societies of the Western Sudan|
|Keeping Slaves in Place: The Secret Debate on the Slavery Question in Northern Nigeria, 1900-1904|
|The Numbers, Origins, and Destinations of Slaves in the Eighteenth-Century Angolan Slave Trade|
|The Slave Trade: The Formal Demography of a Global System|
|Atlantic Slavery and the Early Rise of the Western World|
|Slavery and the Revolution in Cotton Textile Production in England|
|Private Tooth Decay as Public Economic Virtue: The Slave-Sugar Triangle, Consumerism, and European Industrialization|
|The Slave(ry) Trade and the Development of Capitalism in the United States: The Textile Industry in New England|
|British Industry and the West Indies Plantations|
|Atlantic Slavery, The World of the Slaves, and Their Enduring Legacies|
|The Dispersal of African Slaves in the West by Dutch Slave Traders, 1630-1803|
|Slave Importation, Runaways, and Compensation in Antigua, 1720-1729|
|Mortality Caused by Dehydration during the Middle Passage|
|The Possible Relationship between the Transatlantic Slave Trade and Hypertension in Blacks Today|
|The Ending of the Slave Trade and the Evolution of European Scientific Racism|