Images: Changes in Regions of Provenance

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Women from Madagascar

Petit, Maxime, Les colonies françaises; petite encyclopédie coloniale publiée sous la direction de M. Maxime Petit; avec la collaboration de MM.: J. Alix, A. Baudrillart, Augustin Bernard, Fr. Bernard, E. Blochet, C. Bruno. > Les colonies françai, Paris, Librairie Larousse [1902?]

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Women from Madagascar

The relative role of southeast Africa — Madagascar and Mozambique — heavily involved in the Indian Ocean slave trade, increased in the closing half century of the transatlantic slave trade.

  1. View All Images
  2. Introduction
  3. The Economics of the Illegal Slave Trade
  4. Changes in Regions of Provenance
  5. A Shift in Ethnicities
  6. Changes in the Trading Centers
  7. From the Barracoon to the Middle Passage
  8. A New Demography
  9. No Longer a Triangular Trade
  10. The Impact of the Suppression
  11. Bibliography

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