The Historical Encyclopedia of World Slavery, Volume 1; Volume 7

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ABC-CLIO, 1997 - Reference - 805 pages
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The first work of its kind to document slavery on a global scale, The Historical Encyclopedia of World Slavery is a two volume set that provides an in depth portrayal of human bondage and the slave trade from ancient times to the present.

* Presents 700 topics of world slavery in 500 to 1,500 word entries that are extensively cross referenced with bibliographical citations for further research

* Biographies portray the lives of notable figures such as Harriet Tubman, Mansa Musa, Laroslav the Wise

* 100 illustrations, with maps accompanying core essays involving specific geographic locations

 

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LOOK UP THE WORD ETYMOLOGY.ITS THE ORGIN OF A WORD .THE ORGIN OF THE WORD SLAVE [AN AMERICAN ENGLISH WORD][200 YEARS OLD],IT IS SLAV.WHITE ,EUROPE PEOPLE,THAT PART OF SLAVE SLAV SAME THING,HISTORY WENT ON FOR CENTURYS,SO YOUR BOOK IS HALF INFORMED YOU WHITE SLAV,OPPSMEAN SLAVE

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Junius P. Rodriguez, PhD, is associate professor of history at Eureka College, Eureka, IL. His published works include ABC-CLIO's award-winning The Louisiana Purchase and Chronology of World Slavery.

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