The Suppression of the Africian Slave Trade, 1638--1870 (Louisiana Paperbacks L-49)

W. E. B. Du Bois

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First published in 1896, the Supression of the African Slave Trade remains the standard work on the efforts made in the United States, from 1638 to 1870, to limit and suppress the trade in slaves between Africa and America. In the foreword to this new edition, John Hope Franklin, James B. Duke Professor of History Emeritus and professor of legal history at Duke University, explains the attitude toward slavery at the time Du Bois wrote his book, gives a brief background of Du Bois's growth as an educator and writer, and examines the methods Du Bois used to write the book. Those doing work on the subject of American slavery will find this volume an important source book.

Media Bøger     Paperback Book   (Bog med blødt omslag og limet ryg)
Released 1970
ISBN13 9780807101490
Publisher Louisiana State University Press
Pages 356
Dimensions 210 × 140 × 20 mm
Weight 426 gram
Language English
Contributor John Hope Franklin