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The Richmond slave trade

Jack Trammell

The Richmond slave trade

from the colonial period to the Civil War

by Jack Trammell

  • 103 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published by History Press in Charleston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slave traders,
  • Slave trade,
  • Slavery,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJack Trammell
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE445.V8 T73 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25166345M
    ISBN 109781609494131
    LC Control Number2012000248

      An advertisement published in The Savannah Republican on Feb. 8, , by the slave dealer Joseph Bryan for a two-day auction that became the Author: Anne C. Bailey.   Janine Bell of the Elegba Folklore Society discusses the history of the slave trade in Richmond, Va, as well as the lasting effects that history has on the city today.

    Richmond's 15th Street was known as Wall Street in antebellum times, and like its New York counterpart, it was a center of commerce. But the business done here was unspeakable and the scene heart wrenching. With over sixty-nine slave dealers and a. Between and , the Shockoe Bottom District was a slave market. Slaves, including Gabriel Prosser, the leader of a slave rebellion in , were buried there. The bodies were found 14 feet underground. The Shockoe Bottom district was the nation’s second-largest slave trade .

    (Maurie, I should add, has just completed a book on imagery of the American slave trade focused upon Crowe, from which I've drawn my quick summary of Crowe's experience in Richmond and the political import of Slaves Waiting for Sale.) x As Crowe did in his painting, together we are developing an interpretation-a representational space-of the.   Synopsis The Atlantic slave trade was one of the largest and most elaborate maritime and commercial ventures. Between and about , ten million or more black slaves were carried from Africa to one port or another of the Americas. In this wide-ranging book, Hugh Thomas follows the /5(90).


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Local historian and author Jack Trammell traces the history of the city's slave trade, from the origins of African slavery in Virginia to its destruction at the end of the Civil War. Stories of seedy slave speculators and corrupt traders are placed alongside detailed accounts of the economic, political and cultural impact of a system representing the most immense, concentrated human suffering in our /5(13).

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In pre-Civil War Richmond, the slave trade was a highly-profitable enterprise and one of Richmond’s largest sources of income. Even after the importation of slaves was banned in the U.S., Richmond continued to be a major slave trade city, second only to New Orleans.

Understand Richmond’s involvement in the slave trade. Reflect on our city’s history and race relations today. The Richmond Slave Trail is a must-do for both visitors and locals. This walking tour commemorates the injustices experienced by enslaved Africans coming to and through Richmond.

Richmond is having to confront its legacy of slavery as it wrestles with a proposal to build a stadium in Shockoe Bottom, an area that played a key role in the slave trade. Facebook Twitter. But the mayor and Del. Delores I. McQuinn, D-Richmond, who chairs the city Slave Trail Commission, also want to eventually build a national slavery museum at the site of the African burial grounds.

Local historian and author Jack Trammell traces the history of the city’s slave trade, from the origins of African slavery in Virginia to its destruction at the end of the Civil : Arcadia Publishing SC.

Mapping Richmond's Slave Trade is a collaborative project between scholars at the University of Richmond's Digital Scholarship Lab, Maurie McInnis, Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia, and archivists at the Valentine Richmond History Center.

Crowe's encounter with Richmond gives the historian opportunity to think about how the slave trade was arrayed in-and how it, in fact, produced-urban space. Henri Lefebvre has reminded us that spaces are produced by societies through practices intimately linked with production and reproduction.

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It was not only a deep south or trans-Atlantic atrocity; it was a local atrocity/5. Buy a cheap copy of The Richmond Slave Trade: The Economic book by Jack Trammell. Free shipping over $ About The Book After many years of research, award-winning historian Hugh Thomas portrays, in a balanced account, the complete history of the slave trade.

Beginning with the first Portuguese slaving expeditions, he describes and analyzes the rise of one of the largest and most elaborate maritime and commercial ventures in all of ed on: Febru The City Council established the Richmond Slave Trail Commission in the late s to raise the level of awareness and informational accuracy about Richmond’s role in the slave trade.

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Richmond became the largest slave-trading center in the Upper South, and the slave trade was Virginia’s largest industry. It accounted for the sale of as many as two million people from Richmond to the Deep South, where the cotton industry provided a market for enslaved labor.The Richmond Slave Trade: The Economic Backbone Of The Old Dominion, by Jack Trammell.

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