3D SER., 66, NO. 4 (OCTOBER 2009)

Abolishing the Slave Trades: Ironies and Reverberations

Editors&#’ Preface  | Web Supplement
Christopher Grasso and Scott E. Casper
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Introduction: Atlantic Ambiguities of British and American Abolition
Abstract
Joseph C. Miller
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Africa and the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Abstract
Adiele E. Afigbo
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Imperial Contexts

Was Abolition of the U.S. and British Slave Trade Significant in the Broader Atlantic Context?
Abstract
David Eltis
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History&#’s Engines: British Mobilization in the Age of Revolution
Abstract
Seymour Drescher
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ÜDread of insurrection”: Abolitionism, Security, and Labor in Britain&#’s West Indian Colonies, 1760&#;1823
Abstract
Claudius Fergus
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Peter Thonning, the Guinea Commission, and Denmark&#’s Postabolition African Colonial Policy, 803&#;50
Abstract
Daniel P. Hopkins
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Keeping Up Appearances: The International Politics of Slave Trade Abolition in the NinteenthCentury Atlantic World
Abstract
Matthew Mason
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An Üabominable” New Trade: The Closing of the African Slave Trade and the Changing Patterns of U.S. Political Power, 1808&#;60
Abstract  | Web Supplement
Steven Deyle
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African Experiences

ÜEating” Luxury: Fante Middlemen, British Goods, and Changing Dependencies on the Gold Coast, 1750&#;1821
Abstract
Ty M. Reese
853

Suppressing a Nefarious Traffic: Britain and the Abolition of Slave Trading in India and the Western Indian Ocean, 770&#;1830
Abstract
Richard B. Allen
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Slaves, Gum, and Peanuts: Adaptation to the End of the Slave Trade in Senegal, 817&#;48
Abstract
Martin A. Klein
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The Abolition of the Slave Trade and the Transformation of the SouthCentral African Interior during the Nineteenth Century
Abstract  | Web Supplement
David M. Gordon
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Living Legacies

Social Exclusion: An Aftermath of the Abolition of Slave Trade in Northern Igboland, Nigeria
Abstract
Apex A. Apeh and Chukwuma C. Opata
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Modern Trokosi and the 807 Abolition in Ghana: Connecting Past and Present
Abstract
Sandra E. Greene
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The Transatlantic Slave Trade in Ghanaian Academic Historiography: History, Memory, and Power
Abstract
Ella Keren
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Reviews of Books

Smallwood, Saltwater Slavery: A Middle Passage from Africa to America Diaspora . By Saidiya Hartman1001

Brown, The Reaper&#’s Garden: Death and Power in the World of Atlantic Slavery . By Robert Olwell1004

Baucom, Specters of the Atlantic: Finance Capital, Slavery, and the Philosophy of History . By Christopher Leslie Brown1007

Brown and Morgan, eds., Arming Slaves: From Classical Times to the Modern Age . By Jeffrey R. Kerr-Ritchie1011

Boulukos, The Grateful Slave: The Emergence of Race in EighteenthCentury British and American Culture . By Felicity Nussbaum1014


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