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Transatlantic Slave Networks

Transatlantic Slave Networks Several trade routes throughout history included the trafficking of slaves Yet perhaps no routes have had such a profound impact on the lives of as many people as Trans Atlantic slave networks Just th

  • Title: Transatlantic Slave Networks
  • Author: Pamela D. Toler
  • ISBN: 1502626969
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Several trade routes throughout history included the trafficking of slaves Yet perhaps no routes have had such a profound impact on the lives of as many people as Trans Atlantic slave networks Just the journey alone from Africa to Europe, North America, and South America resulted in the deaths of than a million enslaved Africans Trans Atlantic Slave Networks invest Several trade routes throughout history included the trafficking of slaves Yet perhaps no routes have had such a profound impact on the lives of as many people as Trans Atlantic slave networks Just the journey alone from Africa to Europe, North America, and South America resulted in the deaths of than a million enslaved Africans Trans Atlantic Slave Networks investigates the reasons for the so called triangular trade, what happened to the slaves themselves and those who traded them, and the lasting consequences of the trade routes Get A Copy Kindle Store Online StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 96 pages Published August 15th 2017 by Cavendish Square Publishing More Details ISBN 1502626969 ISBN13 9781502626967 Series Routes of Cross Cultural Exchange Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Transatlantic Slave Networks, please sign up

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    1. Pamela D. Toler

      I m an academic renegadeThe first day of my PhD program at University of Chicago, my advisor said, You know there are no jobs, right I knew, but I didn t care I wanted to write about history for a broader audience than the other five people interested in my dissertation topic I wanted to write for history buffs and nerdy kids and the general intelligent reader That would be you, right Offi I m an academic renegadeThe first day of my PhD program at University of Chicago, my advisor said, You know there are no jobs, right I knew, but I didn t care I wanted to write about history for a broader audience than the other five people interested in my dissertation topic I wanted to write for history buffs and nerdy kids and the general intelligent reader That would be you, right Officially my degree is in the history of the Indian sub continent, with strong sub fields in European imperialism and Islam I feel strongly that the West in general and Americans in particular need to know about the history of other parts of the world That belief is often reflected in the topics I choose to write about, whether I m working on a small story feather hats in ancient Peru, anyone or a big one Mankind the Story of All of Us These days I write about a wide range of historical topics for history buffs, nerdy kids and you get the idea On any given day I could be working on World War I recruiting posters, the mud mosques of West Africa, the first European translation of the Arabian Nights, Napoleon s invasion of Egypt, or the history of absinth At least half the time I m writing outside of my field , exploring odd corners of the past with field tested research skills, a red hot library card, and a large bump of curiosity Basically, I m interested in the times and places where two cultures meet and change each other Come along for the ride

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