The Atlantic Slave Trade

By Philip D. Curtin

Curtin combines glossy learn and statistical tools along with his wide wisdom of the sphere to provide the 1st book-length quantitative research of the Atlantic slave exchange. Its uncomplicated facts indicates revision of at present held critiques in regards to the position of the slave exchange within the economies of the previous international countries and their American colonies.

“Curtin’s paintings won't in basic terms be the place to begin for all destiny study at the slave exchange and comparative slavery, yet turns into an quintessential reference for somebody attracted to Afro-American studies.”—Journal of yankee History

“Curtin has produced a stimulating monograph, the manufactured from immaculate scholarship, opposed to which all prior and destiny experiences must be judged.”—Journal of yank Studies

“Professor Curtin’s new booklet is as much as his generic common of functionality: in the limits he set for himself, The Atlantic Slave alternate may not often be a greater or extra very important book.”—American old Review

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Review

“Curtin has written a brilliantly provocative e-book that are supposed to bring about various new inquiries.”—Hispanic American old Review

About the Author

Philip D. Curtin (1922-2009) used to be writer of identical to Africa and Jamaicas. He edited Africa Remembered, a set of narratives through former slaves and others fascinated by the slave exchange. He was once a member of the dep. of background on the college of Wisconsin from 1956-1975. From 1975 till the time of his dying, he used to be a member of the college of Johns Hopkins college.

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By Philip D. Curtin

Curtin combines glossy learn and statistical tools along with his wide wisdom of the sphere to provide the 1st book-length quantitative research of the Atlantic slave exchange. Its uncomplicated facts indicates revision of at present held critiques in regards to the position of the slave exchange within the economies of the previous international countries and their American colonies.

“Curtin’s paintings won't in basic terms be the place to begin for all destiny study at the slave exchange and comparative slavery, yet turns into an quintessential reference for somebody attracted to Afro-American studies.”—Journal of yankee History

“Curtin has produced a stimulating monograph, the manufactured from immaculate scholarship, opposed to which all prior and destiny experiences must be judged.”—Journal of yank Studies

“Professor Curtin’s new booklet is as much as his generic common of functionality: in the limits he set for himself, The Atlantic Slave alternate may not often be a greater or extra very important book.”—American old Review

**

Review

“Curtin has written a brilliantly provocative e-book that are supposed to bring about various new inquiries.”—Hispanic American old Review

About the Author

Philip D. Curtin (1922-2009) used to be writer of identical to Africa and Jamaicas. He edited Africa Remembered, a set of narratives through former slaves and others fascinated by the slave exchange. He was once a member of the dep. of background on the college of Wisconsin from 1956-1975. From 1975 till the time of his dying, he used to be a member of the college of Johns Hopkins college.

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6 zero. 2 a hundred. zero zero. 6 a hundred. zero * integrated in Angola determine. assets: desk forty three, col. thirteen; Donnan, files, four, passim. See textual content, p. 156. had a prejudice opposed to brief humans. As moment selection, they'd take slaves from the Gold Coast, yet that they had a marked dislike for these from the Bight of Biafra. 34 The South Carolina pattern accordingly deviates markedly from the ethnic makeup of the total English slave alternate of 1690--1807 (from col. thirteen, desk 43), whereas the Virginian pattern resembles the distribution of the complete.

Five Caribbean Islands better Antilles Haiti Dominican Republic Cuba Puerto Rico Jamaica Lesser Antilles US Virgin Is. British Virgin Is. Leeward Is. Guadeloupe Martinique St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Tobago, & Dominica Grenada Trinidad Barbados Dutch Antilles Bahamas Bermuda 1. eight 1. zero four. 2 zero. three 399 28 224 two hundred 24 2. three 2. 1 zero. three 4B. B 4,040 2,421 864 30 702 seventy seven 748 25. three nine. zero zero. three 7. three zero. eight 7. eight sixteen. nine 1,619 28 7 346 291 366 zero. three zero. 1 three. 6 three. zero three. eight 70 sixty seven 22 387 20 10 five zero. 7 zero. 7 zero. 2 four. zero zero. 2 zero. 1 zero. 1 89 The Colonies of the North Europeans desk 24 (Continued) South the US The Guianas Surinam & Guyana French Guiana Brazil Bahia different Spanish South the United States Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, & Bolivia Chile Peru Colombia, Panama, & Ecuador Venezuela forty nine.

Nine in line with cent of that tota1. 12 The suggest of the bracketing possibilities is forty nine. eight. If Gaston Martin's pattern of the slaves exported in the course of 1741-50 have been that percent of the entire, the whole might were within the neighborhood of 85,900. yet this determine continues to be now not entire, because it leaves out the Company's alternate, which carried on into the 1740's, although frequently with chartered ships that could have grew to become up within the Nantes pattern. however, it sort of feels applicable so as to add whatever for the Company's exchange, not less than till 1745.

Five. The Jamaican proportion of the complete English-carried slave exchange is indicated by way of related changes within the amounts proven within the "total" row for a similar dates (Tables forty three and 46). 162 THE ATLANTIC SLAVE alternate locations, may possibly additionally they impact the commercial call for for slaves from specific elements of Mrica? the pointy drop in British slave exports from the Gold Coast within the 1790's might have been attributable to replaced provide stipulations, however it additionally may have owed anything to the overall worry of applying Akan peoples at the American plantations.

L. Wiedner, A historical past of Africa South of the Sahara (New York, 1962), p. sixty seven. 18. N. Deerr, The heritage of Sugar, 2 vols. (London, 1949-50), 2:25988. The Slave exchange and the Numbers online game thirteen Deerr used to be it appears ignorant of the Dunbar-Du Bois-Kuczynski estimates, notwithstanding he used a number of the scatter of partial figures of the type released via Tannenbaum. it truly is for this reason attention-grabbing that his independently-based overall used to be simply 14 in step with cent under the extra recognized, if much less rigorously calculated, culture that is going again to Dunbar.

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