African Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean

@article{Eltis1986AfricanSI,
  title={African Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean},
  author={David Eltis and Herbert S. Klein},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary History},
  year={1986},
  volume={18},
  pages={578}
}
  • D. Eltis, H. Klein
  • Published 25 September 1986
  • History, Economics
  • Journal of Interdisciplinary History
This is an original survey of the economic and social history of slavery of the Afro-American experience in Latin America and the Caribbean. The focus of the book is on the Portuguese, Spanish, and French-speaking regions of continental America and the Caribbean. It analyzes the latest research on urban and rural slavery and on the African and Afro-American experience under these regimes. It approaches these themes both historically and structurally. The historical section provides a detailed… 
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