Slaver voyages
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Slaver voyages

Here are some brutal facts about the French slavers: – Slaver voyages: France, 4,200; British North America/United States, 1,500. – Slaves transported: France 1,250,000, British North America/United States, 300,000. – Slaves delivered to: French West Indies: 1,600,000, British North America/United States, 500,000. In the history of the Atlantic slave trade, the French turned four times …

The Danish-Norwegian Slave Ship Fredensborg
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The Danish-Norwegian Slave Ship Fredensborg

In January 1792, the King issued a royal ordinance declaring the end of Danish slave exports as of 1 January 1803. Thus Denmark-Norway was the first European nation to abolish its export slave trade. However, that reputation was tainted by the export of some 30,000 Africans during the last decade of legal commerce in slaves. …

April in London-Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade Events
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April in London-Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade Events

Tuesday 17 AprilThe Dr. Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture Series – Setting the Scene: The Economic Legacy of the Transatlantic Slave TradeTime: 6pm – 9.30pmVenue: City Hall, Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 2AAFirst lecture in the series introducing the Economic Legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and re-launching the book Capitalism and Slavery.Webcast: This event will …