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Crown Of Slaves

Author : David Weber
ISBN : 9780743471480
Genre : Fiction
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With its ally Erewhon growing restive, the Star Kingdom's Queen Elizabeth sends a mission to Erewhon, but upon arriving at their destination, they find a conspiracy led by the Solarian League's military delegation.
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Slave Society In The Danish West Indies

Author : N. A. T. Hall
ISBN : 9764100295
Genre : History
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For review see: J.R. Ward, in The economic history review : a journal of economic and social history, vol. XLVIII, no. 3 (August 1995); p. 635-636.
Category: History

The History Of The Society Of Friends In America

Author : James Bowden
ISBN : 9781429019293
Genre : Religion
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""With our American Philosophy and Religion series, Applewood reissues many primary sources published throughout American history. Through these books, scholars, interpreters, students, and non-academics alike can see the thoughts and beliefs of Americans who came before us.""
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The Anti Slavery Reporter

Author : Zachary Macauley
ISBN : UOM:39015019114209
Genre : Antislavery movements
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Slavery In Medieval And Early Modern Iberia

Author : William D. Phillips, Jr.
ISBN : 9780812209174
Genre : History
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The enslaved population of medieval Iberia composed only a small percentage of the general populace at any given point, and slave labor was not essential to the regional economy during the period. Yet slaves were present in Iberia from the beginning of recorded history until the early modern era, and the regulations and norms for slavery and servitude shifted as time passed and kingdoms rose and fell. The Romans brought their imperially sanctioned forms of slavery to the Iberian peninsula, and these were adapted by successive Christian kingdoms during the Middle Ages. The Muslim conquest of Iberia introduced new ideas about slavery and effected an increase in slave trade. During the later Middle Ages and the early modern period, slave owners in Christian Spain and Portugal maintained slaves at home, frequently captives taken in wars and sea raids, and exported their slave systems to colonies across the Atlantic. Slavery in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia provides a magisterial survey of the many forms of bound labor in Iberia from ancient times to the decline of slavery in the eighteenth century. William D. Phillips, Jr., examines the pecuniary and legal terms of slavery from purchase to manumission. He pays particular attention to the conditions of life for the enslaved, which, in a religiously diverse society, differed greatly for Muslims and Christians as well as for men and women. This sweeping narrative will become the definitive account of slavery in a place and period that deeply influenced the forms of forced servitude that shaped the New World.
Category: History