Fb2 Slave Trade Trail Around Central Bristol ePub
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|Publisher:||Bristol Museums & Art Gallery (May 1998)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1470 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1944 kb|
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Bristol is a city in the South West of England, on the River Avon which flows into the Severn Estuary. Because of Bristol’s position on the River Avon, it has been an important location for marine trade for centuries. The city's involvement with the slave trade peaked between 1730 and 1745, when it became the leading slaving port. Bristol used its position on the Avon to trade all types of goods. Bristol's port was the second largest in England after London.
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Bristol & Clifton Slave Trade Trails. It aims to assess how the slave trade affected the social life and cultural outlook of the citizens of a major English city, and contends that its impact was more profound than has previously been acknowledged. For much of the eighteenth century, Bristol was England's second city and, between 1730 and 1745, its premier slaving port.
Slave Trade Trail Around Central Bristol. by Madge Dresser, Peter Fleming. ISBN 9780900199424 (978-00199-42-4) Softcover, Bristol Museums & Art Gallery, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Slave Trade Trail Around Central Bristol'.
What was the transatlantic slave trade? Who benefited from it? What was Bristol's involvement and what are its . What was Bristol’s involvement and what are its legacies today? Madge Dresser. Hon. Prof of History at University of Bristol. Academic, writer, public historian.
What was the transatlantic slave trade? Who benefited from it? What was Bristol's involvement and what are its legacies today? . With contributions from Bristol Museums Black History Steering Group. What was the transatlantic slave trade? The slave trade was part of the network of trade which existed between Britain, West Africa and the Caribbean. This trade also serviced Virginia and other slave-holding British colonies in North America. Bristol: Bristol Museums and Art Gallery. Dup local pb: 19405952 Dresser, Madge. Slavery obscured: the social history of the slave trade in an English provincial port. BL9A: 28175093 Dresser, Madge. Squares of distinction, webs of interest: gentility, urban development and the slave trade in Bristol . 673-1820. Slavery and Abolition . 1 n. Dup local pb: 27187365 Drummond, Barb. The Bristol slavery and abolition trail. Bristol: B. Drummond.
This article charts how the public commemoration of slavery and abolition in the former slaving port of Bristol, England, evolved from the late nineteenth century to the bicentennial of the abolition of the British slave trade in 2007.
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