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An African Woman in Cuba

Bacardi Moreau, Emilio, Cronicas de Santiago de Cuba. (published 1908-1924), Barcelona, España : Tip. de Carbonell y Esteva, 1908-1924.

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture / General Research and Reference Division

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An African Woman in Cuba

Contrary to what had happened before, most slave trading ventures during the illegal slave trade left from the Americas not Europe. At least seven thousand ships sailed for Africa from Brazil and Cuba after 1820, with Havana, Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro predominating.

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  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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