The Dutch in the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1600-1815
Cambridge University Press, 3 jan. 2008 - 444 pagina's
Presenting a thorough analysis of the Dutch participation in the transatlantic slave trade, this book is based upon extensive research in Dutch archives. The book examines the whole range of Dutch involvement in the Atlantic slave trade from the beginning of the 1600s to the nineteenth century.
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Curacao and the asiento trade 16501730
The Dutch on the West African coast
Trade and politics on the African coast
Volume of African exports and origins of slaves
Organization and mechanics of the trade
The triangular trade
The Dutch plantation colonies under WIC monopoly
The era of the free trade 173080
9 Amsterdam African coast Amsterdam Aja Curasao Amsterdam Aja Surinam asiento contracts asiento trade Atlantic slave trade average Berbice Bight of Biafra Brazil captains captured Caribbean chamber Chapter coastal commercial Coymans crew members death rates decade destination documented Dutch Republic Dutch slave trade early eighteenth century Elmina English Essequibo European Eustatius exported factors free trade free-trade period French Gold Coast Grillo and Lomelin Guiana guilders Guinea coast Holland interloper island large numbers Leusden listed Loango merchants Middelb Middelburg middle passage mortality rates NBKG number of slaves Ouidah percent planters Portuguese profits purchase records region sailing settlement seventeenth century Slave Coast slave consignments slave prices slave ships slaving missions slaving voyages sold Source Table trading stations traffic Unger Vlissingen West WIC directors WIC monopoly WIC ships WIC slave WIC slave ships WIC slave trade WIC trade Willem Zeeland Angola