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The Slave Trade电子书

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作       者:Hugh Thomas

出  版  社:Simon & Schuster

出版时间:2013-04-16

字       数:209.1万

所属分类: 进口书 > 外文原版书 > 法律/政治/宗教

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The Atlantic slave trade was one of the largest and most elaborate maritime and commercial ventures. Between 1492 and about 1870, ten million or more black slaves were carried from Africa to one port or another of the Americas.In this wide-ranging book, Hugh Thomas follows the development of this massive shift of human lives across the centuries until the slave trade's abolition in the late nineteenth century.
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Cover

List of Maps

Introduction

Book One: Green Sea of Darkness

Chapter 1: What Heart Could be so Hard?

Chapter 2: Humanity is Divided into Two

Chapter 3: The Slaves Who Find the Gold are All Black

Chapter 4: The Portuguese Served for Setting Dogs to Spring the Game

Chapter 5: I Herded them as if They had Been Cattle

Chapter 6: The Best and Strongest Slaves Available

Chapter 7: For the Love of God, Give Us a Pair of Slave Women

Chapter 8: The White Men Arrived in Ships with Wings

Book Two: The Internationalization of the Trade

Chapter 9: A Good Correspondence with the Blacks

Chapter 10: The Black Slave is the Basis of the Hacienda

Chapter 11: Lawful to Set to Sea

Chapter 12: He Who Knows How to Supply the Slaves Will Share This Wealth

Book Three: Apogee

Chapter 13: No Nation Has Plunged So Deeply into This Guilt As Great Britain

Chapter 14: By the Grace of God

Book Four: The Crossing

Chapter 15: A Filthy Voyage

Chapter 16: Great Pleasure from Our Wine

Chapter 17: Slave Harbors I

Chapter 18: Slave Harbors II

Chapter 19: A Great Strait for Slaves

Chapter 20: The Blackest Sort with Short Curled Hair

Chapter 21: If You Want to Learn How to Pray, Go to Sea

Chapter 22: God Knows What We Shall Do with Those That Remain

Book Five: Abolition

Chapter 23: Above All a Good Soul

Chapter 24: The Loudest Yelps for Liberty

Chapter 25: The Gauntlet Had Been Thrown Down

Chapter 26: Men in Africa of As Fine Feeling As Ourselves

Chapter 27: Why Should We See Great Britain Getting All the Slave Trade?

Book Six: The Illegal Era

Chapter 28: I See . . . We Have Not Yet Begun the Golden Age

Chapter 29: The Slaver is More Criminal Than the Assassin

Chapter 30: Only the Poor Speak Ill of the Slave Trade

Chapter 31: Active Exertions

Chapter 32: Slave Harbors of the Nineteenth Century

Chapter 33: Sharks Are the Invariable Outriders of All Slave Ships

Chapter 34: Can We Resist the Torrent? I Think Not

Chapter 35: They All Eagerly Desire It, Protect It and Almost Sanctify It

Chapter 36: Cuba, the Forward Sentinel

Epilogue

Illustrations

The Slave Trade: A Reflection

Appendix 1: Some Who Lived to Tell the Tale

Appendix 2: The Trial of Pedro José de Zulueta in London for Trading in Slaves

Appendix 3: Estimated Statistics

Appendix 4: Selected Prices of Slaves

Appendix 5: The Voyage of the Enterprize

Sources and Notes

Index

Illustration Credits

Copyright

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