By Daniel B. Domingues da Silva

The Atlantic Slave exchange from West imperative Africa, 1780–1867, lines the inland origins of slaves leaving West important Africa on the top interval of the transatlantic slave alternate. Drawing on archival assets from Angola, Brazil, England, and Portugal, Daniel B. Domingues da Silva explores not just the origins of the slaves pressured into the exchange but in addition the commodities for which they have been exchanged and their tools of enslavement. extra, the e-book examines the evolution of the alternate over the years, its association, the demographic profile of the inhabitants transported, the enslavers' motivations to take part during this task, and the Africans' event of enslavement and transportation around the Atlantic. Domingues da Silva additionally deals a close 'geography of enslavement', together with info at the homelands of the enslaved Africans and their vacation spot within the Americas.

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