A Historical Guide to World Slavery

By Seymour Drescher; Stanley L. Engerman | Go to book overview

A Historical Guide
to World Slavery

Edited by Seymour Drescher and Stanley L. Engerman OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS New York 1998 Oxford

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A Historical Guide to World Slavery
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction: the Problem of Slavery ix
  • Bibliography xviii
  • Contributors xix
  • Africa 1
  • Africa 1
  • India 6
  • India 7
  • India 8
  • India 10
  • India 11
  • India 15
  • India 16
  • India 17
  • India 18
  • India 21
  • India 22
  • India 27
  • India 27
  • India 28
  • India 32
  • India 33
  • India 37
  • India 38
  • India 41
  • India 42
  • India 46
  • India 47
  • India 49
  • India 50
  • India 51
  • India 56
  • India 57
  • India 63
  • India 63
  • India 65
  • India 65
  • India 76
  • Asia. this Entry Comprises Two Articles 77
  • Asia. this Entry Comprises Two Articles 77
  • Southeast Asia 81
  • Southeast Asia 87
  • Asiento. 88
  • Biblical Literature. 89
  • Biblical Literature. *
  • Biblical Literature. 90
  • Hebrew Scriptures 91
  • Black Caribbeans. 98
  • Black Caribbeans. 100
  • Black Caribbeans. 100
  • Black Caribbeans. 105
  • Canada. 106
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 107
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 110
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 110
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 119
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 119
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 125
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  • Capitalism and Slavery. 142
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 143
  • Capitalism and Slavery. 146
  • Capitalism and Slavery. *
  • Capitalism and Slavery. *
  • Central America. 147
  • China. 149
  • China. 152
  • China. 152
  • China. 155
  • China. 155
  • China. 157
  • China. 157
  • China. 158
  • China. 158
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  • China. 163
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  • China. 168
  • China. 168
  • China. 174
  • China. 174
  • China. 179
  • China. 179
  • China. 184
  • China. 184
  • China. 188
  • Eunuchs. 189
  • Europe. 192
  • Europe. 193
  • Europe. 196
  • Europe. 198
  • Europe. 200
  • Europe. 200
  • Europe. 204
  • Europe. 204
  • Europe. 205
  • Europe. 210
  • Europe. 211
  • Europe. 212
  • Europe. 212
  • Europe. 216
  • Europe. 216
  • Europe. 221
  • Historiography. 222
  • Historiography. 222
  • African Slavery *
  • African Slavery 228
  • Medieval European and Mediterranean Slavery 229
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 232
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 234
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 235
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 238
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 239
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 242
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 242
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 244
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 244
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 246
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 246
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 247
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 248
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 249
  • Latin American and Caribbean Slavery 252
  • Latin American Law 253
  • United States Law 256
  • United States Law 260
  • United States Law 260
  • United States Law 266
  • United States Law 266
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  • Illustration Credits 413
  • Index 415
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