The Slave Ship

The Slave Ship Author Marcus Rediker
ISBN-10 9781440620843
Release 2007-10-04
Pages 448
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“Masterly.”—Adam Hochschild, The New York Times Book Review In this widely praised history of an infamous institution, award-winning scholar Marcus Rediker shines a light into the darkest corners of the British and American slave ships of the eighteenth century. Drawing on thirty years of research in maritime archives, court records, diaries, and firsthand accounts, The Slave Ship is riveting and sobering in its revelations, reconstructing in chilling detail a world nearly lost to history: the "floating dungeons" at the forefront of the birth of African American culture.



The Slave Ship Memory and the Origin of Modernity

The Slave Ship  Memory and the Origin of Modernity Author Martyn Hudson
ISBN-10 9781317015901
Release 2017-05-15
Pages 166
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Traces; slave names, the islands and cities into which we are born, our musics and rhythms, our genetic compositions, our stories of our lost utopias and the atrocities inflicted upon our ancestors, by our ancestors, the social structure of our cities, the nature of our diasporas, the scars inflicted by history. These are all the remnants of the middle passage of the slave ship for those in the multiple diasporas of the globe today, whose complex histories were shaped by that journey. Whatever remnants that once existed in the subjectivities and collectivities upon which slavery was inflicted has long passed. But there are hints in material culture, genetic and cultural transmissions and objects that shape certain kinds of narratives - this is how we know ourselves and how we tell our stories. This path-breaking book uncovers the significance of the memory of the slave ship for modernity as well as its role in the cultural production of modernity. By so doing, it examines methods of ethnography for historical events and experiences and offers a sociology and a history from below of the slave experience. The arguments in this book show the way for using memory studies to undermine contemporary slavery.



The Voyage of the Slave Ship Hare

The Voyage of the Slave Ship Hare Author Sean M. Kelley
ISBN-10 9781469627694
Release 2016-02-23
Pages 304
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From 1754 to 1755, the slave ship Hare completed a journey from Newport, Rhode Island, to Sierra Leone and back to the United States—a journey that transformed more than seventy Africans into commodities, condemning some to death and the rest to a life of bondage in North America. In this engaging narrative, Sean Kelley painstakingly reconstructs this tumultuous voyage, detailing everything from the identities of the captain and crew to their wild encounters with inclement weather, slave traders, and near-mutiny. But most importantly, Kelley tracks the cohort of slaves aboard the Hare from their purchase in Africa to their sale in South Carolina. In tracing their complete journey, Kelley provides rare insight into the communal lives of slaves and sheds new light on the African diaspora and its influence on the formation of African American culture. In this immersive exploration, Kelley connects the story of enslaved people in the United States to their origins in Africa as never before. Told uniquely from the perspective of one particular voyage, this book brings a slave ship's journey to life, giving us one of the clearest views of the eighteenth-century slave trade.



From Slave Ship to Harvard

From Slave Ship to Harvard Author James H. Johnston
ISBN-10 9780823239504
Release 2012
Pages 302
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Reveals the life and history of Yarrow Mamout and the subsequent generations of his family, linking their lives to the changing American landscape.



The Slave Ship Fredensborg

The Slave Ship Fredensborg Author Leif Svalesen
ISBN-10 0253337771
Release 2000
Pages 243
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Provides details of life aboard the Danish slave ship Fredensborg, which sank off the coast of Norway in 1768.



The Wanderer

The Wanderer Author Erik Calonius
ISBN-10 0312343485
Release 2008-02-05
Pages 320
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Describes the history of the Wanderer, a one-time yacht transformed into an illegal ship, including its smuggling expeditions and those involved in smuggling slaves into the South.



The Slave Ship

The Slave Ship Author Marcus Rediker
ISBN-10 071956302X
Release 2007
Pages 434
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The slave ship was the instrument of history's greatest forced migration and a key to the origins and growth of global capitalism, yet much of its history remains unknown. Marcus Rediker uncovers the extraordinary human drama that played out on this world-changing vessel. Drawing on thirty years of maritime research, he demonstrates the truth of W.E.B DuBois's observation: the slave trade was 'the most magnificent drama in the last thousand years of human history'. The Slave Ship focuses on the so-called 'golden age' of the slave trade, the period of 1700-1808, when more than six million people were transported out of Africa, most of them on British and American ships, across the Atlantic, to slave on New World plantations. Marcus Rediker tells poignant tales of life, death and terror as he captures the shipboard drama of brutal discipline and fierce resistance. He reconstructs the lives of individuals, such as John Newton, James Field Stanfield and Olaudah Equiano, and the collective experience of captains, sailors and slaves. Mindful of the haunting legacies of race, class and slavery, Marcus Rediker offers a vivid and unforgettable portrait of the ghost ship of our modern consciousness.



Slave Ship Sailors and Their Captive Cargoes 1730 1807

Slave Ship Sailors and Their Captive Cargoes  1730 1807 Author Emma Christopher
ISBN-10 9780521861625
Release 2006-04-03
Pages 241
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An examination of the lives of those laboring aboard British and North American slave ships.



Dreams of Africa in Alabama

Dreams of Africa in Alabama Author Sylviane A. Diouf
ISBN-10 9780195311044
Release 2007-03-09
Pages 340
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Reconstructs the lives of 110 men, women, and children from Benin and Nigeria who arrived in Alabama in 1860, deported to the United States as slaves more than fifty years after the abolition of the international slave trade.



Slave Ships and Slaving

Slave Ships and Slaving Author George Francis Dow
ISBN-10 9780486143538
Release 2013-01-17
Pages 448
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Grim commentaries by ships' doctors and captains about slave "factories," living conditions aboard ships, mutinies and their suppression, and more. 54 period illustrations. Unabridged reprint of the classic 1927 edition.



Voyage of The Slave Ship

Voyage of The Slave Ship Author Stephen J. May
ISBN-10 9781476615509
Release 2014-05-08
Pages 216
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Set against the backdrop of the Atlantic slave trade, this book traces the development, exhibition and final disposition of one of J.M.W. Turner's greatest and most memorable paintings. Queen Victoria's reign (1837-1901) in Great Britain produced unprecedented wealth and luxury. For artists and writers this period was particularly noteworthy in that it gave them the opportunity to both praise their country and criticize its overreaching ambition. At the forefront of these artists and writers were men like J.M.W. Turner, Dickens, Thackeray, Tennyson, and John Ruskin, who created some of the most enduring works of art while exposing many of the social evils of their native land. The book also analyzes the man behind the painting. Aloof, gruff and mysterious, Turner resisted success. He worked as a solitary artist, traveling to Europe, sketching towns along the way, studying nature, and transferring his experiences to finished paintings upon his return to London. The son of a barber, he grew up in London and experienced many of the social issues of the age: slavery and freedom, poverty in the slums, monarchy and democracy, stability and anarchy. He was a poet of nature and its innumerable mysteries.



Slave Ship

Slave Ship Author K. W. Jeter
ISBN-10 9780553578881
Release 1998
Pages 324
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The bounty hunters introduced in "Shadows of the Empire", and who returned in "The Mandalorian Armor", come to life in this compelling new novel as Boba Fett battles a conspiracy, Bossk struggles to rule the other bounty hunters, and Kuat fights the maneuverings of Prince Xizor.



The Slave Ship Wanderer

The Slave Ship Wanderer Author Tom Henderson Wells
ISBN-10 9780820334578
Release 2009-07-01
Pages 116
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Published in 1967, The Slave Ship Wanderer details the journey of the elegant yacht that was used to secretly land a cargo of 400 enslaved Africans off the coast of Jekyll Island, Georgia, in 1859. It was the last successful large-scale importation of slaves into the United States, and it was done in defiance of a federal law. The Wanderer's crew had out-run ships of both the British and American Navies and the creators of the plot went on to evade federal marshals as they attempted to sell the slaves throughout the South. Tom Henderson Wells documents the story behind the prominent Georgian, Charles Lamar, who engineered the plot. He also explores the regional and national attention the story received and the failure to prosecute those involved. In tracing the story of the Wanderer, Wells provides insight into the heated political and social climate of the South on the verge of secession.



The Slave Ship

The Slave Ship Author Emma Gelders Sterne
ISBN-10 0590443607
Release 1953
Pages 188
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Describes, in story form, an incident in 1839 when a boatload of African slaves seized control of the ship and finally gained legal freedom in the American courts.



The Slave Ship

The Slave Ship Author Henry Russell
ISBN-10 OCLC:785640553
Release 18??
Pages 9
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Sacred Hunger

Sacred Hunger Author Barry Unsworth
ISBN-10 9780307948441
Release 2012-01-10
Pages 336
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Winner of the Booker Prize A historical novel set in the eighteenth century, Sacred Hunger is a stunning, engrossing exploration of power, domination, and greed in the British Empire as it entered fully into the slave trade and spread it throughout its colonies. Barry Unsworth follows the failing fortunes of William Kemp, a merchant pinning his last chance to a slave ship; his son who needs a fortune because he is in love with an upper-class woman; and his nephew who sails on the ship as its doctor because he has lost all he has loved. The voyage meets its demise when disease spreads among the slaves and the captain's drastic response provokes a mutiny. Joining together, the sailors and the slaves set up a secret, utopian society in the wilderness of Florida, only to await the vengeance of the single-minded, young Kemp.



A Tramp Abroad

A Tramp Abroad Author Mark Twain
ISBN-10 0486424456
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 336
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Successor to Twain's first collection of travel memoirs takes a second look at Europe. In A Tramp Abroad, Twain's abundant humor waxes as freely as ever; this time, however, his amusement bears a more cynical cast, as he regards the grand tourist sights of Innocents through his now older and more experienced eyes.