Routes to Slavery: Direction, Ethnicity, and Mortality in the Transatlantic Slave Trade
David Eltis, David Richardson
Psychology Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 151 pages
Containing records of some 25,000 slaving voyages between 1595 and 1867, this data set forms the basis of most of the papers included in this collection. Other papers offer quantitative analysis in the ethnicity of slaves, mortality trends and slaves' reconstruction of their identities.
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Notes on Contributors
African coast African ethnic African History African regions African slaves Americas arrivals Atlantic Slave Trade Atlantic world Bahia Bambara Behrendt Bight of Benin Bight of Biafra Bois Institute data Bonny British Slave Trade Calabar captains captives Caribbean cent Colonial Louisiana crew deaths crew mortality rates Curtin David Eltis David Richardson decline departures diaspora dibia dominated Domingue Dutch Economic History Eltis and Richardson Engerman enslaved ethnic groups ethnic labels European example French slave trade Fulbe Galam Gold Coast identified Igbo Igboized Igboland important Institute data set Jamaica jonkonu Journal of African Klein large numbers Liverpool slave voyages Louisiana major Maritime Mortality Mettas middle passage Mortality loss Muslims nation Niger Delta Nigeria nineteenth century number of slaves Olaudah Equiano origins patterns perhaps period Pratz records sailing Samba Senegal Senegambia Slave Coast Slave Exports slave mortality slave shipments slave ships slavery societies suggests Table Transatlantic Slave Trade voyage leg West Africa West-Central Africa Whydah