Black Liverpool: The Early History of Britain's Oldest Black Community, 1730-1918
This study serves as a testimony to Liverpool's great but forgotten early Black community. It tells the story of people whose lives may have seemed mundane, but whose daily struggles were heroic in a difficult period for Black people.
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CHAPTER THREE EARLY LIVERPOOL BORN BLACK PEOPLE
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Abolitionist African students area of black Battersea black American Black British black families black Liverpudlians Black Loyalist black sailors black seamen black settlement area black settlers black students Brew Britain British blacks British society captains Church Clapham Sect Cole colonial colour daughter descendants Diaspora Dingle dual heritage early black Edward James Efik eighteenth century Empire Ephraim European father friends Fryer George Harrington Henry Ibid immigrants Irish James Brown Jim Clarke John Archer kids King Labour later Law and Henfrey Lilian Liverpool Black Community Liverpool-born living in Liverpool London marriages married merchant Merseyside Mesurado mother Negroes nineteenth century Parliament Street poor whites port Quarless racism remember Samuel Coleridge-Taylor School settled in Liverpool shebeen ships Sierra Leone Slave Trade slavery social Stanhope Street Toxteth Park Wadstrom West African coast West Indian West Indies whilst William William Roscoe young