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Benjamin, Thomas, 1952-
The Atlantic world : Europeans, Africans, Indians and their shared history, 1400-1900 / Thomas Benjamin
Alternate Title Europeans, Africans, Indians and their shared history, 1400-1900
Cambridge, England ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2009
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  D210 .B46 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) History, Modern
Subject Atlantic Ocean Region -- History
Subject(s) Culture conflict -- Atlantic Ocean Region -- History
Physical Description xxx, 721 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 675-698) and index
Contents Antecedents: the Americas, Africa and Europe in the fifteenth century -- Commencement: the European opening of the Atlantic ocean -- Conquests: forging the Iberian empires in Africa and the Americas -- Realms: the overseas empires of Spain and Portugal -- Incursions: French, English and Dutch invasions of the Iberian Atlantic -- Engagement: the entangled worlds of Indians and Europeans -- Uprooted: West Africa, the Americas, and the Atlantic slave trade -- Bondage: the Atlantic plantation complex and the cultures of slaves -- Partners: women and men in the making of the Atlantic world -- Rivals: Britain and France in the long eighteenth century -- Liberty: the Atlantic world in the age of revolution -- Equality: the Atlantic world in the age of revolution -- Freedom: the abolition of the Atlantic slave trade and new world slavery

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