Triangle Trade

Triangle Trade

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In 1804, Liverpool was the largest slave trading port in Great Britain, yet her influential traders felt threatened by the success, in Parliament, of the anti-slavery movement. Few in Liverpool condemned the a€˜Tradea€™. William King, son of a Liverpool slave trader, sickened by what he experienced aboard a Spanish slaver, was one of the few who did speak out.??Triangle Trade, set during the dying days of this despicable business, has generational change, moral wickedness, greed, romance, and the fortunes of war woven through the lives of a father and son caught up in the turmoil that preceded the implementation of the British Trade Act of 1807, which would end Britaina€™s involvement in the slave trade. Nineteenth century Liverpool is revived; a city of political conflict and dynamic change, mirrored in its inhabitants.??As seen on www.historicalnovels.infoThe admiral had removed his wig and placed it at the end of the table, where it sat like a large grey-haired cat. He leaned back ... It wasna#39;t unusual for quartermasters to fob off second grade stores on a young commander. He watched theanbsp;...

Title:Triangle Trade
Author: Geoff Woodland
Publisher:Pen and Sword - 2013-07-03

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