Slaver Captain – John Newton


Slaver Captain is a rare account of the African slave trade, told by one who captained slave ships in the mid-eighteenth century, presents a remarkably truthful picture of the human cruelty and barbarity that characterised the trade.

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Seafarers’ Voices 3
Abridged and edited, with a new introduction, by Vincent McInerney.

‘…it is distinguished by its detailed and vivid evocation of the implicit horror and danger inherent in the life of a slaver captain.’ Vincent McInerney

Seaforth Publishing

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Weight 240 g
Dimensions 18.5 × 12 × 2 cm
Slaver Captain
Slaver Captain – John Newton

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