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Trade, Coasters, and Conflict in the Rio Pongo from 1790 to 1808
A DOMINANT theme in early nineteenth-century economic history for the West African coast has been the transition from slaving to legitimate commerce, and the persistence of the former after the tradeExpand
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REBELLION, MARRONAGE AND JIHĀD: STRATEGIES OF RESISTANCE TO SLAVERY ON THE SIERRA LEONE COAST, C. 1783–1796
  • B. Mouser
  • History
  • The Journal of African History
  • 1 March 2007
The Yangekori Rebellion was among the earliest extensive uprisings within Africa to be reported in European documents. This rebellion, which lasted for more than a decade, included domestic andExpand
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Landlords-Strangers: A Process of Accommodation and Assimilation
In his study of Upper Guinea from 1545 to 1800, Walter Rodney describes the evolution of a formal relationship between Europeans hoping to settle on the African coast and trade for African products,Expand
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African academy—Clapham 1799–1806
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A slaving voyage to Africa and Jamaica : the log of the Sandown, 1793-1794
Preliminary Table of Contents: Introduction "A Journal Of an Intended Voyage, by Gods permission, from London towards Africa from hence to America in the good Ship Sandown by me Samuel GambleExpand
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Accommodation and Assimilation in the Landlord-Stranger Relationship
The -landlord-stranger relationship, as it applied to arrangements between Africans as owners of the land and Europeans seeking to settle or trade upon Africa's west coast during the eighteenth andExpand
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An 1804 Slaving Contract Signed in Arabic Script From the Upper Guinea Coast
Few slaving agreements contracted between African sellers and American purchasers appear to have survived. They were rarely committed to paper, were destroyed after commitments were fulfilled, orExpand
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