Written by a leading historian of Atlantic history, and including further reading lists, images and maps as well as a companion website featuring discussion questions, timelines and primary source extracts, this is an essential book for ...
Author: Trevor Burnard
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The Atlantic in World History, 1490-1830 looks at the historical connections between four continents – Africa, Europe, North America and South America – through the lens of Atlantic history. It shows how the Atlantic has been more than just an ocean: it has been an important site of circulation and transmission, allowing exchanges and interchanges which have profoundly shaped the development of the world. Divided into four thematic sections, Trevor Burnard's sweeping yet concise narrative covers the period from the voyages of Columbus to the New World in the 1490s through to the end of the Age of Revolutions around 1830. It deals with key topics including the Columbian exchange, Atlantic slavery and abolition, war as a global phenomenon, the Age of Revolution, religious conversion, nation-building, trade and commerce and intellectual movements such as the Enlightenment. Rather than focusing on the 'rise of the West', Burnard stresses the interactive nature of encounters between various parts of the world, setting local case studies within his broader interconnected narrative. Written by a leading historian of Atlantic history, and including further reading lists, images and maps as well as a companion website featuring discussion questions, timelines and primary source extracts, this is an essential book for students of Atlantic and world history.
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Author: Frank Northen Magill
The three-volume American Series of Great Events from History begins with the arrival of the Indians, the first Americans, from Asia and ends with the first manned lunar landing in 1969. Between these two noteworthy happenings, 336 additional events are studied in depth through the scholarly literature they have inspired. - Preface.
Carey , B . The Maroon Story : The Authentic and Original History of the Maroons
in the History of Jamaica , 1490 - 1880 ... Craton , M . ' We Shall Not Be Moved :
Pompey ' s Slave Revolt in Exuma Island , Bahamas , 1830 ' New West Indian ...
Author: Verene Shepherd
Publisher: James Currey
This volume reflects the main themes of research and publications on the sociology and economics of slavery, illustrating the dynamic relations between modes of production and social life. There is a focus on anti-slavery consciousness and politics.
96 ( a ) History from YALE GOLDEUTHEY EMPIRES OF THE ATLANTIC WORLD
Britain and Spain in America 1492–1830 ... HISTORY GIROLAMO
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Author: American Historical Association
Some programs include also the programs of societies meeting concurrently with the association.
Author: Association of College and Research Libraries
Publisher: Chicago : American Library Association
The third edition lists 50,000 titles that form the foundation of an undergraduate library's collection. This volume provides an index to the other five books in the set.
... the Slave Trade , c . 1490s - 1850s . ” In Central Africans and Cultural
Transformations in the America Diaspora , ed . Linda M . Heywood , 21 – 69 . ...
Way of Death : Merchant Capitalism and the Angolan Slave Trade , 1730 - 1830 .
Madison : University of ... Newitt , M . D . D . A History of Portuguese Overseas
Author: Toyin Falola
A comprehensive survey of the Atlantic region from the 15th century to the present
1490b A Museum on the Verge : A Socioeconomic History of the Detroit Institute
of Arts , 1882 - 2000 . 31936 My Blue Heaven : Life and Politics in the
WorkingClass Suburbs of Los Angeles , 1920 - 1965 . 3557b My First Years ...
Genevieve District , 1760 - 1830 . ... 1187b The People with No Name : Ireland ' s
Ulster Scots , America ' s Scots Irish , and the Creation of a British Atlantic World ,
1689 - 1764 .
Article abstracts and citations of reviews and dissertations covering the United States and Canada.
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Author: Colin McEvedy
Publisher: Popular Culture Ink
Surveys the history of civilization from 3000 B.C. to the present, emphasizing political, military and diplomatic history but also discussing the evolution of the arts, science, technology, religion and society
Marks : The Transformation of African Identities in the Colonial and Antebellum
South ( Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina ... Mortality in the Atlantic Slave
Trade : Statistical Evidence on Causality , ” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 11
( 1980 ) : 385 ... 1730 – 1830 ( Madison : University of Wisconsin Press , 1988 ) ;
Richard B . Sheridan , “ The Guinea Surgeons on the ... 1490s - 1850s , ” in
Central Africans and Cultural Transformations in the American Diaspora , edited
by Linda ...
Author: Howard Dodson
Publisher: Michigan State University Press
A new volume in a series dedicated to a study of the Black experience includes a collection of essays by distinguished scholars and intellectuals on slavery in the Americas, the Middle Passage, African Americans and Native Americans, Afro-Latinos, and Islam and African Americans, as well as extensive resources, timelines, and more. Original.