3 edition of Report and papers relating to slavery and the slave trade, 1826. found in the catalog.
Report and papers relating to slavery and the slave trade, 1826.
|Series||British parliamentary papers, slave trade -- 69., 1826 (81) -- vol. 27., 1826 (295) -- vol. 27., 1826 (352) -- vol. 27., 1826 (175) -- vol. 27., 1826 (341) -- vol. 27., IUP library of fundamental source books|
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|Pagination|| p., 2 leaves of plates (1 folded) :|
|Number of Pages||464|
The focus on the slave trade bridges the gap between time immemorial when slavery was legal and the contemporary period when it has been made illegal under international : Jean Allain. Anti-Slavery collection (approximat pieces). In the late 's, the family of William Lloyd Garrison, along with others closely involved in the anti-slavery movement, presented the library with a major gathering of correspondence, documents, and other original material relating to the abolitionist cause from until after the Civil War.
Deed Book J, I John Poindexter, Jr., have this day purchased of David Bullock trustee of James Dabney a Negro girl named Frankey, deeded by Thomas Meriwether to him and being principled against hereditary slavery do hereby emancipate the said Negro Frankey and her increase to be free the 25 December and should she have any increse, her. N.B. See Mss, Moses Brown () Papers, ca. , included in this edition. Note from A guide to the microfilm edition of papers of the American slave trade: Series A: Selections from the Rhode Island Historical Society, Part 1: Brown Family Collections, Jay Coughtry, ed. University Publications of America. Processing Information.
Also of note is a petition, 27 December , sent to King George III, from Robert Bolling, regarding the slave trade. Also included are papers relating to the lawsuit, Pleasants vs. Pleasants, , in which Robert went to court to sue his relatives in order to free hundreds of slaves that were illegaly held in bondage after being freed by the. Documents relating to the USN, to with documents relating to the African slave correspondence between Mr. Schenck, United States Minister to Brazil, and the Secretary of State, in relation to the African slave trade. docs. Report of the Secretary of the Navy, December, Report of the Secretary of the.
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The following is information found in the records of the National Archives and Records Administration. It identifies the record group and series, with brief descriptions and locations. It does not provide actual documents. Some of the records are microfilmed, and have been noted.
For further insight, see Walter B. 1826. book Hill Jr.'s Prologue article on this 21, Waddell, W. New York. Relative to the "Weathergage.". Great Britain. Col onial Office.
Slave population: Papers and returns presented pursuant to address of the House of Co mmons, dated 6 June relating to the slave population of Barbados, Bahama s, Berbice, Demerara, Dominica, Grenada, Honduras, Jamaica, St.
Vincent, S t. Other papers relating to the suppression of the slave trade are to be found in Treasury and Colonial Office records especially T 1 and CO (for Sierra Leone), and CUST 34 (Board of Customs papers relating to the colonies).
Often these are duplicates of what is found in HCA, ADM and FO series, but sometimes these contain papers that have been.
The American State Papers, Naval Affairs, vols. 1 - 4, provide detailed histories of the legislative and executive impact upon the U.S. Navy. Aloha South, Guide to Federal Archives Relating to Africa (), is the most comprehensive work that focuses on U.S. naval records and the navy's involvement with the African slave trade.
Thomas Jefferson was born into the planter class of a "slave society," as defined by the historian Ira Berlin, in which slavery was the main means of labor production and elite slavemasters were the ruling class. He was the son of Peter Jefferson, a prominent slaveholder and land speculator in Virginia, and Jane Randolph, granddaughter of English and Scots gentry.
The Francis C. Brown Collection on Slavery in America consists of printed and manuscript documents related to slaves and the slave trade collected by Francis C.
Brown. Much of the collection concerns the World Council of Churches, the Fellowship of St. Alban and St. Author: Steven Knowlton. Sources on American treatment of slaves Rankin's Letters on Slavery ().
Religion is at the center of American as Quakers had been early leaders against slavery, it was now Presbyterians, at the time one of the largest denominations in the country, who felt called to do God's will: to end the sin of enslaving another human being.
There was considerable writing on the. ABOLITION & EMANCIPATION Parts 2 & 3: Slavery Collections from the Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool PUBLISHER'S NOTE Abolition and Emancipation brings together unique manuscript and rare printed materials documenting the Slave Trade and the campaign for its abolition from major libraries across the world.
"African Slave Trade." Hagerty (Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins) Papers, (–), (3 in.) Papers relating to the extended family of Rebecca McIntosh Hawkins Hagerty, a three-quarter Creek Indian who was the only woman in Texas owning more than slaves in Haggard (John Villasana) Papers, –, –, – (3 vols.).
The book was written in an apologetic vein as a reply prominent members of the Catholic Church who had accused Islam and the Arabs for part in African slavery and the slave trade.
Shafiq, Al-riqq fi'l-Isla¯m, 67 ff., 85–Cited by: Moody submitted a second report, also of over pages, in Moody's philosophy also analysed Dutch agricultural colonies, the Bengal peasantry, slavery in India, prostitution in Sierra Leone, slavery in the United States, and the American Colonization Society for African-American settlement in West Africa.
Manuscripts and typewritten copies of newspaper articles, ships’ logs and letterbooks in the Library of Congress relating to the slave trade afterespecially during the yearsand These were collected but not used in connection with herDocuments Illustrative of the Slave Trade, published Minority report to the South Carolina General Assembly on the slave trade, (47 pp.).
Summary of arguments against the resumption of the foreign slave trade. Miscellaneous short writings, and undated (about 15 items). A collection of bills of sale, deeds, passes, certificates of registry, manumission papers, wills, and speeches.
Also, letters relating to slavery-related court cases, including the Amistad slave ship revolt. Also includes letters by prominent abolitionists William Wilberforce, Thomas Clarkson, and William Lloyd Garrison with their views and.
Fifth Report, Circular from the Committee on African Instruction, Loan Fund; Twelfth Report, 'Particulars respecting the Internal Slave Trade, and Slavery in the United States, Extracts from approved Documents relative to Christian Doctrine Observations on the Christian Author: Friends' Reading Society Library.
Slavery and the slave trade in British India: with notices of the existence of these evils in the islands of Ceylon, Malacca, and Penang, drawn from official documents.
(London: T. Ward, and to be had at the office of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, ), by British and Foreign Anti-slavery Society (page images at HathiTrust). Account book,kept by the prominent slave trading firm of Bolton, Dickens & Co.
of Lexington, Kentucky, with branches in Memphis, Charleston, Natchez, and New Orleans. It chiefly records slaves purchased and sold by the firm, with entries giving the name of the slave, purchase and selling price, profit, names of suppliers, and.
Long-drawn-out but ultimately successful campaigns led to the abolition of the British slave trade in and slave emancipation in most of the British Empire in During the period between these two abolitionist successes, planters aimed to improve the working and living conditions of slaves through policies of amelioration, but these.
Along with the clause counting three-fifths of the slave population in apportioning congressional representation among the states and the one delaying the abolition of the international slave trade to the United States for at least twenty years, the fugitive slave clause exemplified how the Constitution protected the institution of slavery.
The Book and Slavery Irreconcilable. Reprint. New York: Arno Press, A Traveller's Observations on Cotton and Slavery in the American Slave States. Edited by Arthur M.
Schlesinger. New York: Knopf, A Sketch of the Laws Relating to Slavery in the Several States of the United States of America. Philadelphia: H. Longstreth. The papers of Thomas Jefferson (), diplomat, architect, scientist, and third president of the United States, held in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division, consist of approximat items, making it the largest collection of original Jefferson documents in the world.
Dating from the early s through his death inthe Thomas Jefferson Papers consist mainly of his. Anti-Slave-Trade Law, ‘Liberated Africans’ and the State in the South the South Atlantic trade to Brazil occupied top place in Britain’s anti-slave-trade agendum from until the closing of the Mozambique.
Archives of Cape Town Slave Trade Commission, papers relating to vessels adjudicated — the União [– Author: Jake Christopher Richards.Great Britain.
Colonial Office: Papers relating to the manumission, government and population of slaves in the West Indies, ([London, ]) (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain. Colonial Office: Papers relating to the new constitution of Malta. Presented to Parliament by command of His Majesty, May,