Enslaved Population and Indian Owners Along the East African Coast: Exploring the Rigby Manumission List, 1860–1861

@article{Suzuki2012EnslavedPA,
  title={Enslaved Population and Indian Owners Along the East African Coast: Exploring the Rigby Manumission List, 1860–1861},
  author={Hideaki Suzuki},
  journal={History in Africa},
  year={2012},
  volume={39},
  pages={209 - 239}
}
Abstract: The main purpose of this article is to explore the potential of the “List of Slaves unlawfully held in slavery by British Indian Subjects at Zanzibar & its Dependencies, who have been emancipated at the Consulate” for historical slavery studies. This list, a result of the first British-led manumission campaign against slave ownership along the east coast of Africa, is the most comprehensive list detailing slave ownership and slaves for the pre-colonial coastal society of East Africa… Expand
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