POWER, HONOUR AND SHAME: THE IDEOLOGY OF ROYAL SLAVERY IN THE SOKOTO CALIPHATE
- Introduction. // I Was Born in Slavery;2003, preceding p1
A preface for the book I Was Born in Slavery, edited by Andrew Waters is presented.
- INTRODUCTION. Hurmence, Belinda // Before Freedom, When I Just Can remember;1989, preceding p1
The article discusses various slave narratives published within the issue, including one by former African American slave Violet Guntharpe.
- Escape From Slavery. // Junior Scholastic;12/11/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 9, p20
The article discusses issues related to slave states.
- Slavery and the British. Walvin, James // History Today;Mar2002, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p48
Explores ideas about the vast network of slavery that shaped British and world history for more than two centuries. Ways of resisting slavery; Element in the growing British disenchantment with slavery; Efforts that formed the basis of the slave markets which came to characterize the slave islands.
- SLAVERY IN THE SUDAN SINCE 1989. Lobban, Richard // Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring2001, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p31
Focuses on slavery in the Sudan since 1989. Information on the national campaign to purchase the freedom of Sudanese slaves; Effectiveness of the buying freedom strategy; Cost of a slave; Failure of the Sudanese government to address issues regarding the slave trade.
- U.S. Slave Trade. // Current Events;11/10/2008, Vol. 108 Issue 9, p5
The article presents the history of the slave trade in the United States. It mentions that 20 Africans were sold as slaves in 1619 in American colonies that need cheap help with their rice and tobacco. In 1790, about 700,000 African slaves were in the U.S. and a few years later, with the...
- SLAVERY IN THE 21ST CENTURY. // New Internationalist;Aug2001, Issue 337, p18
Provides updates on the status and condition of global slavery. Terms and conditions of human trafficking in several countries; Prevalence of traditional slavery in Mauritania; Use of various kinds of marriage as a form of slavery; Kinds of traditional slavery.
- CHAPTER ONE: THE BEGINNING OF BLACK RESISTANCE. Hart, Richard // Slaves Who Abolished Slavery: Blacks in Rebellion;2002, p1
Chapter 1 of the book "Slaves Who Abolished Slavery: Blacks in Rebellion" is presented. It offers information on the beginning of resistance among African slaves against white settlers in Jamaica. It also highlights the increase in the number of African slaves imported by the English tradesmen...
- A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados (1657). Ligon, Richard // Contrary Voices: Representations of West Indian Slavery;2008, p307
Part 3 of the book "Contrary Voices: Representations of West Indian Slavery" is presented. It deals with slavery in the Island of Barbados. The author believes that rebelliousness, cruelty, fearfullness and falseness were norms among enslaved African. However, he maintains that there are also...