Adventures of an African Slaver

  • Title: Adventures of an African Slaver
  • Author: Theodore Canot
  • ISBN: 9780486425122
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • Adventures of an African Slaver Grim account by a former slave ship captain describes the apalling machinery of the commercial slave trade including the harems and factories maintained by slavers treatment and discipline of black
    Grim account by a former slave ship captain describes the apalling machinery of the commercial slave trade, including the harems and factories maintained by slavers, treatment and discipline of black Africans on slave ships, the suppression of slave revolts at sea, and much Republication of the classic 1854 edition.

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    1. He had quite a fascinating life from being stuck with pirates, being in prison, building and losing fortunes. This book is also interesting look at the history of how the natives indulged in the slave trade through capture of rival tribes and would in turn trade the people for rum, tobacco, cloth, etc.

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    2. Pour moi, c'est moins la vie d'un négrier que celle d'un marin. J'entends par là qu'il décrit très peu la traite des noirs, sans doute parce qu'ils lui semblent une marchandise comme une autre !

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    3. Dark subject but interesting. Not sure how much is true in regards to the Africans, and how much is made up to ease his conscience or justify slavery.

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    4. A wonderful and disturbing read. This should be compulsory reading - especially for those who do not appreciate how much the British Nation did to stop the international slave trade. This book tells the tale of the son of a Napoleonic Officer who had little option but to seek a trade at sea, and chose the slave trade. Adventure after misadventure followed but - in the end- the slave trade proved just more problematic than he had ever imagined. I was moved more than I can say when I first read th [...]

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