Captive Passage: The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Americas

Captive Passage: The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Americas

Mariners' Museum / May 27, 2020

Captive Passage The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Americas This important book considers a number of different aspects of the slave trade its social and economic basis why many African leaders facilitated the slave trade and how enslaved African Americans f

  • Title: Captive Passage: The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Americas
  • Author: Mariners' Museum
  • ISBN: 9781588340177
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • This important book considers a number of different aspects of the slave trade its social and economic basis, why many African leaders facilitated the slave trade, and how enslaved African Americans forged their own cultures and forever changed the Americas The physical, social, and enduring emotional meaning of the Middle Passage is explored, as is the history and legacThis important book considers a number of different aspects of the slave trade its social and economic basis, why many African leaders facilitated the slave trade, and how enslaved African Americans forged their own cultures and forever changed the Americas The physical, social, and enduring emotional meaning of the Middle Passage is explored, as is the history and legacy of the abolitionist movement and the struggle for racial justice Included are rare engravings, published here for the first time, of slave forts along the west coast of Africa, a Colombian postage stamp honoring Jesuit priest Fray Pedro Claver, known as the apostle of the Negroes for his kindness, and much .

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    1. The transatlantic slave trade existed for about four hundred years. Several authors write about the various aspects of the trade but leave the impression that there was not widespread slavery prior to it ignoring the Romans and others. Overall it is a fair cursory introduction to slave trade between Europeans, Africans, and the Americas.



    2. Although written as an exhibit catalog, this book contains an excellent collection of illustrations and essays on the history and horrors of the Atlantic slave trade. Detailed information is provided to bring home the reality of how slaves were captured, sold, and forced to work. A wonderful combination of images and high-quality historical essays.


    3. A sobering, informative history of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. The book covers this terrible period in its entirety, identifying the actors in this drama of human suffering, the particulars of the trade, and its ramifications.


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