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Guide to the Records of Merseyside Maritime Museum, Volume 2$
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Dawn Littler

Print publication date: 1999

Print ISBN-13: 9780968128879

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780968128879.001.0001

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Transatlantic Slavery and Slave Trading

Transatlantic Slavery and Slave Trading

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(p.29) Chapter 2 Transatlantic Slavery and Slave Trading
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Guide to the Records of Merseyside Maritime Museum, Volume 2
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Dawn Littler
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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780968128879.003.0002

This chapter presents the involvement of Liverpool in the slave trade. As the European port most involved in slaving during the eighteenth century, much of Liverpool’s prosperity was due to the trade, which meant that there was no part of the whole port of Liverpool that went untouched by slavery. This chapter outlines the role of the city and its citizens in the slave trade by offering a breakdown of slavery records in the form of registers and archives that detail Liverpool slaving vessels and its masters and owners. It also discusses the effects of abolition and Liverpool’s subsequent trade with West Africa and America.

Keywords:   Liverpool Slave Trade, Liverpool Slavery History, Liverpool Maritime History, Liverpool Slave Labour, Palm Oil Trade, Cotton Trade, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Maritime Merseyside, Shipping Records

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