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The slave ship. A Human History. - Rediker, Marcus.
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The slave ship. A Human History. - hardcover

2007, ISBN: 0670018236

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[EAN: 9780670018239], [PU: New York [ua] Viking], MODERNES ANTIQUARIAT. - SLAVES. AMERIKA, ÉTATS-UNIS; ENGLAND, MARINE; SEEFAHRER; SEEFAHRT; SKLAVEREI, SLAVERY; SOZIALGESCHICHTE, History|Africa, Social Science|Discrimination & Race Relations, Transportation|Ships & Shipbuilding|General, Jacket, 23,5x16,5 cm. 434 S. Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well. Inside in mint condition. Page edges easily dusty. In this intimate human history of an inhuman institution, Marcus Rediker shines a light into the darkest corners of the British and American slave ships of the 18th century. Drawing on thirty years of research in maritime archives, including court records, diaries, memoirs, and interviews conducted by abolitionists along the waterfront, Rediker illuminates the lives of people who were thought to have left no trace. From the young African kidnapped and sold into slavery by a neighboring tribe to the would-be priest who took a job as a sailor on a slave ship only to be horrified at the evil he saw, to the captain who relished having "a hell of my own," he reconstructs in chilling detail the lives, deaths, and terrors of captains, sailors, and the enslaved aboard a "floating dungeon." With lots of illustrations on plates in the middle of the book. Sprache: Englischglisch 0.500 gr. Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well.

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[EAN: 9780670018239], [PU: New York [ua] Viking], MODERNES ANTIQUARIAT. - SLAVES. AMERIKA, ÉTATS-UNIS; ENGLAND, MARINE; SEEFAHRER; SEEFAHRT; SKLAVEREI, SLAVERY; SOZIALGESCHICHTE, History|Africa, Social Science|Discrimination & Race Relations, Transportation|Ships & Shipbuilding|General, Jacket, 23,5x16,5 cm. 434 S. Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well. Inside in mint condition. Page edges easily dusty. In this intimate human history of an inhuman institution, Marcus Rediker shines a light into the darkest corners of the British and American slave ships of the 18th century. Drawing on thirty years of research in maritime archives, including court records, diaries, memoirs, and interviews conducted by abolitionists along the waterfront, Rediker illuminates the lives of people who were thought to have left no trace. From the young African kidnapped and sold into slavery by a neighboring tribe to the would-be priest who took a job as a sailor on a slave ship only to be horrified at the evil he saw, to the captain who relished having "a hell of my own," he reconstructs in chilling detail the lives, deaths, and terrors of captains, sailors, and the enslaved aboard a "floating dungeon." With lots of illustrations on plates in the middle of the book. 0.500 gr. Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well.

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23,5x16,5 cm. 434 S. Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well. Inside in mint condition. Page edges easily dusty. In this intimate human history of an inhuman institution, Marcus Rediker shines a light into the darkest corners of the British and American slave ships of the 18th century. Drawing on thirty years of research in maritime archives, including court records, diaries, memoirs, and interviews conducted by abolitionists along the waterfront, Rediker illuminates the lives of people who were thought to have left no trace. From the young African kidnapped and sold into slavery by a neighboring tribe to the would-be priest who took a job as a sailor on a slave ship only to be horrified at the evil he saw, to the captain who relished having "a hell of my own," he reconstructs in chilling detail the lives, deaths, and terrors of captains, sailors, and the enslaved aboard a "floating dungeon." With lots of illustrations on plates in the middle of the book. Versand D: 3,00 EUR Amerika, États-Unis; England, Marine; Seefahrer; Seefahrt; Sklaverei, Slavery; Sozialgeschichte, [KW:Modernes Antiquariat. - Slaves.], [PU:New York [u.a.], Viking,2007.]

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[ED: Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well.], [PU: New York [u.a.], Viking,2007.], 23,5x16,5 cm. 434 S. Hardback with shiny copper title on spine. Very good. Jacket as well. Inside in mint condition. Page edges easily dusty. In this intimate human history of an inhuman institution, Marcus Rediker shines a light into the darkest corners of the British and American slave ships of the 18th century. Drawing on thirty years of research in maritime archives, including court records, diaries, memoirs, and interviews conducted by abolitionists along the waterfront, Rediker illuminates the lives of people who were thought to have left no trace. From the young African kidnapped and sold into slavery by a neighboring tribe to the would-be priest who took a job as a sailor on a slave ship only to be horrified at the evil he saw, to the captain who relished having "a hell of my own," he reconstructs in chilling detail the lives, deaths, and terrors of captains, sailors, and the enslaved aboard a "floating dungeon." With lots of illustrations on plates in the middle of the book., [SC: 3.00], gewerbliches Angebot, [GW: 500g]

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New York: Viking, c2007. First printing. Hardcover. Very good condition in very good d.j., previous owner's name on flyleaf/very good. 434pp. 24 cm., Viking

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The Slave Ship: A Human History
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Rediker, Marcus

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The Slave Ship: A Human History

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Much is known of the American slave trade, but little of the ships that made it all possible. Award-winning historian Rediker draws on 30 years of research in maritime archives to create an unprecedented history of these vessels and the human drama acted out on their rolling decks.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780670018239
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0670018236
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1946
Publisher: Viking, New York

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ISBN/EAN: 0670018236

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0-670-01823-6, 978-0-670-01823-9


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