THE DIASPORA OF AFRICANS LIBERATED FROM SLAVE SHIPS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY*

@article{Silva2014THEDO,
  title={THE DIASPORA OF AFRICANS LIBERATED FROM SLAVE SHIPS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY*},
  author={Daniel B. Domingues da Silva and D. Eltis and Philip Misevich and O. Ojo},
  journal={The Journal of African History},
  year={2014},
  volume={55},
  pages={347 - 369}
}
Abstract This article uses the extensive documentation of Africans liberated from slave vessels to explore issues of identity and freedom in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world. It tracks the size, origin, and movement of the Liberated African diaspora, offers a preliminary analysis of the ‘disposal’ of African recaptives in societies on both sides of the Atlantic, and assesses the opportunities Liberated Africans had in shaping their post-disembarkation experiences. While nearly all… Expand
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