7 edition of Old Calabar, 1600-1891 found in the catalog.
Old Calabar, 1600-1891
A. J. H. Latham
Bibliography: p. -178.
|Statement||by A. J. H. Latham.|
|Series||Oxford studies in African affairs|
|LC Classifications||HC517.N482 C344|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[xiv], 193 p.|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||73159219|
At least slaves from Old Calabar arrived in Jamaica between and ; David Buisseret, 'Slaves Arriving in Jamaica, ', Revue Française d'Histoire d'Outre-mer, 54 (), pp Old Calabar, ; the impact of the international economy upon a traditional society, by A. J. H. Speech by J. G. Latham on Permanent Court of International Justice Elements of political economy / by Arthur Latham Perry.
"One of the earliest documents written by an African residing in coastal West Africa predating the arrival of British missionaries and officials in the midth century. Antera Duke was a leader and merchant in late eighteenth-century Old Calabar. Those who want more information about the fall of Calabar should consult "Politics and Society in South Eastern Nigeria" by KK Nair or "Old Calabar " by AJH Latham.
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(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : A. Latham. page 39 note 4 Latham, A. H., Old Calabar, The Impact of the International Economy Upon a Traditional Society (Oxford, ), 35, page 40 note 5 Ibid., page 40 note 6 Atakpa, in broken English, was first called “New Town.”Cited by: 5.
old calabar by 1st. delta was often called "New Calabar" to distinguish it from Old Calabar, located on a tributary of the Cross River, the Calabar River, which has no connection with Elem Kalabari.
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Duke Abashy of Old Calabar-is reproduced in Paul E. Lovejoy and David Rich-ardson, "Letters of the Old Calabar Slave Trade, " in Genius in Bond-age: Literature of the Early Black Atlantic, eds. Vincent Carretta and Philip Gould (Lexington, KY, ).
In his diary, Antera Duke (caca) wrote the only surviving eyewitness account of the slave trade by an African merchant. A leader in late eighteenth-century Old Calabar, a cluster of Efik-speaking communities in the Cross River region, he resided in Duke Town, forty-five miles from the Atlantic Ocean in what is now southeast Nigeria.
BOOK RIEVIEEWS OLD CAIABA, - THE IPACT OF THE INTERNTI(NAL ECONC UPff A TREADIT I(AI SOCIETY. By A. Latham. Oxford: The Clarend. Press, Pp. xiv, $ Several vary able historians, including Y. Dike, G. Jones and Eannen Kutty Nair, have recently dealt with the changes eperienced by the.
A.J.H. Latham,author of Old Calabar This is an important book, because of the subject matter, the often neglected period between andthe variety of. Reviews the book 'The Depression and the Developing World, â€“,' by A.J.H. Latham. Old Calabar The impact of the international economy upon a traditional society (Book Review).
Robertson, A. // Economic Journal;Sep73, Vol. 83 Issuep The article reviews the book "Old Galabar CREDIT, SLAVING AND PAWNSHIP AT OLD CALABAR IN THE ERA OF THE SLAVE TRADE' 'Credit in the Slave Trade and Plantation Economies', in Barbara L.
Solow Old Calabar the 1mpactof International Economy upon a Traditional Society (Oxford, ), “Dick Ebruo” was referenced in an account book that recorded slave-trading activities in the Bight of Biafra during this period. See Hair, “Antera Duke of Old Calabar.” For more details on Dick Ebro, see Latham, Old Calabar, –, 32, 49–50; Parker, Minutes, – by: Tides of Empire: Discursions on the Expansion of Britain Overseas by Gerald S.
Graham. Montreal and London: McGill‐Queen's University Press, Pp. x + ; $ Studies in the Theory of Imper. This chapter reviews the state of the Africa on the eve of partition, roughly over the decade of the s.
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J. H. Latham JulThe Diary of Antera Duke, an Eighteenth-Century African Slave Trader Stephen D. Behrendt, A.J.H. Latham, and David Northrup. Written by a major African merchant at the height of Calabar's overseas commerce, Antera Duke's diary provides valuable information on Old Calabar's economic activity both with other African businessmen and with European ship captains who arrived to trade for slaves.