THE SUPPRESSION OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE-TRADE [NOOK Book]

THE SUPPRESSION OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE-TRADE

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Overview

Contents


CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTORY

1. _Plan of the Monograph_ 9
2. _The Rise of the English Slave-Trade_ 9


CHAPTER II
THE PLANTING COLONIES

3. _Character of these Colonies_ 15
4. _Restrictions in Georgia_ 15
5. _Restrictions in South Carolina_ 16
6. _Restrictions in North Carolina_ 19
7. _Restrictions in Virginia_ 19
8. _Restrictions in Maryland_ 22
9. _General Character of these Restrictions_ 23


CHAPTER III
THE FARMING COLONIES

10. _Character of these Colonies_ 24
11. _The Dutch Slave-Trade_ 24
12. _Restrictions in New York_ 25
13. _Restrictions in Pennsylvania and Delaware_ 28
14. _Restrictions in New Jersey_ 32
15. _General Character of these Restrictions_ 33


CHAPTER IV
THE TRADING COLONIES

16. _Character of these Colonies_ 34
17. _New England and the Slave-Trade_ 34
18. _Restrictions in New Hampshire_ 36
19. _Restrictions in Massachusetts_ 37
20. _Restrictions in Rhode Island_ 40
21. _Restrictions in Connecticut_ 43
22. _General Character of these Restrictions_ 44


CHAPTER V
THE PERIOD OF THE REVOLUTION, 1774-1787

23. _The Situation in 1774_ 45
24. _The Condition of the Slave-Trade_ 46
25. _The Slave-Trade and the "Association"_ 47
26. _The Action of the Colonies_ 48
27. _The Action of the Continental Congress_ 49
28. _Reception of the Slave-Trade Resolution_ 51
29. _Results of the Resolution_ 52
30. _The Slave-Trade and Public Opinion after the War_ 53
31. _The Action of the Confederation_ 56


CHAPTER VI
THE FEDERAL CONVENTION, 1787

32. _The First Proposition_ 58
33. _The General Debate_ 59
34. _The Special Committee and the "Bargain"_ 62
35. _The Appeal to the Convention_ 64
36. _Settlement by the Convention_ 66
37. _Reception of the Clause by the Nation_ 67
38. _Attitude of the State Conventions_ 70
39. _Acceptance of the Policy_ 72


CHAPTER VII
TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE AND ANTI-SLAVERY EFFORT, 1787-1807

40. _Influence of the Haytian Revolution_ 74
41. _Legislation of the Southern States_ 75
42. _Legislation of the Border States_ 76
43. _Legislation of the Eastern States_ 76
44. _First Debate in Congress, 1789_ 77
45. _Second Debate in Congress, 1790_ 79
46. _The Declaration of Powers, 1790_ 82
47. _The Act of 1794_ 83
48. _The Act of 1800_ 85
49. _The Act of 1803_ 87
50. _State of the Slave-Trade from 1789 to 1803_ 88
51. _The South Carolina Repeal of 1803_ 89
52. _The Louisiana Slave-Trade, 1803-1805_ 91
53. _Last Attempts at Taxation, 1805-1806_ 94
54. _Key-Note of the Period_ 96


CHAPTER VIII
THE PERIOD OF ATTEMPTED SUPPRESSION, 1807-1825

55. _The Act of 1807_ 97
56. _The First Question: How shall illegally imported Africans
be disposed of?_ 99
57. _The Second Question: How shall Violations be punished?_ 104
58. _The Third Question: How shall the Interstate Coastwise
Slave-Trade be protected?_
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012631114
  • Publisher: SAP
  • Publication date: 2/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 753,746
  • File size: 318 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2013

    Cat

    Anyone? I need a master. A super harsh one who tourtures for every move i make and punishes when slave is slow.

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