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Title Sixty Years Against Slavery: a brief record of the work and aims of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. With an article on the Abolition of the legal status of slavery
Author(s) Alexander, Joseph G
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1839-1899
Document Type Report
Place of Publication London
Publisher The Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society
Library Anti-Slavery International
Reference LL.B.
Region Middle East, Europe, Africa
Names Joseph G. Alexander
Places Asia (p3), China (p3), Arabia, Persia (p3), North Africa, Egypt, Soudan (pp4-5), Zanzibar (pp7, 11, 15), Libya, Tripoli, Morocco (pp9-10)
Topics slave trade (pp4, 9), slave trader, slavery, "working for the extinction of the slave trade by means of the universal abolition of slavery" (p2), "protecting the rights and interests of the enfranchised populations of the British possessions" (p2), "watching over the rights of all persons captured as slaves" (pp2-3), "British and foreign anti slavery society" (pp1, 5, 6, 10, 13, 15), abolition of slavery (pp1, 3), human rights (pp1, 4), "slavery still exists" (p3), religion (p3), death (p4), "conference of the powers" (p5), "the Brussels convention" (pp5-6), "anti-slavery decree in the Zanzibar islands" (pp7-8), "present condition in Zanzibar" (pp8-9), "what is meant by the abolition of the legal status of slavery" (p11), missionary work, missionaries (p13)
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