The African Slave Trade

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James Currey, 1961 - Africa, Eastern - 304 pages
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Basil Davidson states that by examining three important areas of Africa in the history of slavery 'against a general background of their time and circumstance' he was taking 'a fresh look at the oversea slave trade, the steady year-by-year export of African labour to the West Indies and the Americas that marked the greatest and most fateful migration - forced migration - in the history of man.' BR> North America: Times/Random House

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