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9789988647537 - Thorkild Hansen, Translator: Kari Dako: Ships of Slaves
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Thorkild Hansen, Translator: Kari Dako (?):

Ships of Slaves (2007) (?)

ISBN: 9789988647537 (?) or 9988647530, in english, 220 pages, 2. Edition, Sub-Saharan Publishers, Paperback, New

GHS 10 ($ 71.06)¹ + Shipping: GHS 1 ($ 3.99)¹ = GHS 10 ($ 75.05)¹(without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, Stork Group
This is the second volume in the trilogy, The Ships of Slaves, which tells the story of the Danish/Norwegian participation in the transatlantic slave trade on the Gold Coast (now Ghana) to the West Indies. This volume narrates the middle passage of the slave trade, from the time the remadors at the beach east of Christiansborg coerced the slaves onto the boat. It details the journey the slaves underwent; the conditions in which they travelled, and resulting deaths along the way; and the auctions on St Thomas and St Croix in the West Indies. paperback, Ausgabe: 2nd Revised edition, Label: Sub-Saharan Publishers, Sub-Saharan Publishers, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2007-12-29, Studio: Sub-Saharan Publishers, Verkaufsrang: 5743363
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Keywords: Books, History, Africa, West Africa
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ISBN (alternative notations): 9988-647-53-0, 978-9988-647-53-7
9789988647537 - Thorkild Hansen, Traductor: Kari Dako: Ships of Slaves (Revised Edition
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Thorkild Hansen, Traductor: Kari Dako (?):

Ships of Slaves (Revised Edition (2007) (?)

Delivery from: Spain

ISBN: 9789988647537 (?) or 9988647530, in english, 220 pages, 2. Edition, Sub Saharan Pub, New

GHS 5 ( 29.81)¹(without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, Amazon.es
Tapa blanda, Ausgabe: 2nd Revised edition, Label: Sub Saharan Pub, Sub Saharan Pub, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 2007-12, Studio: Sub Saharan Pub
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Keywords: Libros en idiomas extranjeros, Historia
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ISBN (alternative notations): 9988-647-53-0, 978-9988-647-53-7
9789988647537 - Thorkild Hansen, Traduttore: Kari Dako: Ships of Slaves
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Thorkild Hansen, Traduttore: Kari Dako (?):

Ships of Slaves (2007) (?)

ISBN: 9789988647537 (?) or 9988647530, in english, 220 pages, 2. Edition, African Books Collective, New

GHS 13 ( 71.68)¹(without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, BooksPlus Italy
Copertina flessibile, Ausgabe: 2nd Revised edition, Label: African Books Collective, African Books Collective, Produktgruppe: Libro, Publiziert: 2007-12-29, Studio: African Books Collective
Platform order number Amazon.it (Int.): afniAesjKAi1WHQ1AEM1nFc9AamE73 WmrH2dtGMrM8VIosfoJwolFdVin8Bd OorCWx7tI4vZ%2FNBgyf%2B%2BK7Ua 9%2FqfstugjLDPstFdkMQPwGjm8oAa XFgoCO3wvJXv2Hu66S3GywR714HIEO svvrK2FA%3D%3D
Keywords: Archeologia, Storia antica, Storia moderna e contemporanea dal XVIII al XX secolo, Storia medioevale, Storia militare, Storia sociale e culturale, Storia contemporanea dal XX secolo a oggi, Storia moderna fino al XVIII secolo, Storiografia, Libri in altre lingue
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ISBN (alternative notations): 9988-647-53-0, 978-9988-647-53-7
9789988647537 - Thorkild Hansen, Translator: Kari Dako: Ships of Slaves
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Thorkild Hansen, Translator: Kari Dako (?):

Ships of Slaves (2007) (?)

ISBN: 9789988647537 (?) or 9988647530, in english, 220 pages, 2. Edition, Sub-Saharan Publishers, Paperback, New

GHS 5 ($ 32.55)¹ + Shipping: GHS 1 ($ 3.99)¹ = GHS 6 ($ 36.54)¹(without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, MEABOOKS Inc. - Books from Africa
This is the second volume in the trilogy, The Ships of Slaves, which tells the story of the Danish/Norwegian participation in the transatlantic slave trade on the Gold Coast (now Ghana) to the West Indies. This volume narrates the middle passage of the slave trade, from the time the remadors at the beach east of Christiansborg coerced the slaves onto the boat. It details the journey the slaves underwent; the conditions in which they travelled, and resulting deaths along the way; and the auctions on St Thomas and St Croix in the West Indies. paperback, Ausgabe: 2nd Revised edition, Label: Sub-Saharan Publishers, Sub-Saharan Publishers, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 2007-12-29, Studio: Sub-Saharan Publishers, Verkaufsrang: 6908949
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Keywords: Algeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Zimbabwe, Books, History
Data from 07/30/2015 01:59h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9988-647-53-0, 978-9988-647-53-7
9789988647537 - Hansen, Thorkild: Ships of Slaves
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Hansen, Thorkild (?):

Ships of Slaves (2007) (?)

ISBN: 9789988647537 (?) or 9988647530, unknown language, Sub-Saharan Publishers, Paperback, New

GHS 15 ( 82.99)¹ + Shipping: GHS 1 ( 3.61)¹ = GHS 15 ( 86.60)¹(without obligation)
From Seller/Antiquarian, Booked Again [55383221], Summit, NJ, U.S.A.
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Händlerbewertung: 4, NEW BOOK, New
Platform order number Abebooks.de: 15486692808
Data from 07/30/2015 01:59h
ISBN (alternative notations): 9988-647-53-0, 978-9988-647-53-7
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