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Title Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of the Slavery
Author(s) Cugoano, Ottobah
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1787
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference T.111.4(4).
Region Africa, Central America and the Caribbean, South America
Names James Albert, Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (p22), Christopher Columbus (p78), Granville Sharp (p100)
Places West Indies, Grenada (p10), Hispaniola (p78), Latin America, Central America
Topics printed, contents (pi), African literature, slave, slavery, slave trade, anti-slavery, abolition, religion, Christianity, morality, law, crime and punishment, anti-Catholicism (p3), kidnapping (p5), fear of white people (p9), whipping (p9), punishment (p11), conditions on slave ship (pp10, 95), rape (p10),African involvement in slave trade (pp12, 26), difference between treatment of slaves by Africans and Europeans (pp12, 25-26), education (p12), pro-slavery, attack on the defenders of slavery (pp14-24),African society (pp25, 27-28), equality of races (pp32, 62), Spanish empire (pp78-83, 92), impact of British empire on Americas and Asia (pp86-87), Royal African Company (p94), shame of slave markets (p95),estimated number of deaths due to slave trade (p97), proposals for the abolition of slavery (pp129-135)
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