9781787446557 (electronic book) 1787446557 (electronic book) 9781580469692 1580469698
Rochester studies in African history and the diaspora.
"Interrogates the development of the world's first international courts of humanitarian justice and the subsequent "liberation" of nearly 200,000 Africans in the nineteenth century"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Precedents : the "captured negroes" of Tortola, 1807-22 / Sean M. Kelley The impact of liberated African "disposal" policies in early nineteenth-century Sierra Leone / Suzanne Schwarz Visualizing abolition : mapping the suppression of the African slave trade, 1810s-90s / Daniel B. Domingues da Silva and Katelyn E. Ziegler Liberated African "children" in Sierra Leone : colonial classifications of "child" and "childhood, " 1808-19 / Érika Melek Delgado New insights on liberated Africans : the 1831 Freetown census / Allen M. Howard Ali Eisami's enslavement in jihad and emancipation as a liberated African / Paul E. Lovejoy The misfortune of liberated Africans in colonial Cuba, 1824-76 / Inés Roldán de Montaud Household labor and sexual coercion : reconstructing women's experience of African recaptive settlement / Laura Rosanne Adderley Gavino of the Lucumi Nation : David Turnbull and the liberated Africans of Havana / Randy J. Sparks British antislavery dipolomacy and liberated African rights as an international issue / Maeve Ryan Producing "liberated" Africans in mid-nineteenth century Angola / José C. Curto The Paquete de Benguela : illegal slave trade and the liberated Africans in Rio de Janeiro / Nielson Rosa Bezerra Liberated Africans in the Indian Ocean world / Matthew S. Hopper Liberated Africans at the Cape : some reconsiderations / Chris Saunders Liberated African settlers on St. Helena / Andrew Pearson "Fugitive liberated Congoes" : recaptive youth and the rejection of Liberian apprenticeships, 1858-61 / Sharla M. Fett "Perpetual expatriation" : forced migration and liberated African apprenticeship in the Gambia / Kyle Prochnow "Promoting the industry of liberated Africans" in British Honduras, 1824-41 / Tim Soriano Diaspora consciousness, historical memory, and culture in liberated African villages in Grenada, 1850s-2014 / Shantel George.
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Print version: Liberated Africans and the abolition of the slave trade, 1807-1896. Rochester, NY : University of Rochester Press, 2020