2 edition of right of search and the slave trade in Anglo-American relations, 1814-1862 found in the catalog.
right of search and the slave trade in Anglo-American relations, 1814-1862
Hugh Graham Soulsby
|Statement||by Hugh G. Soulsby, Ph.D.|
|Series||The Johns Hopkins university studies in historical and political science ... ser. LI, no. 2, Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science -- ser. 51, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||H31 .J6 ser. 51, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||33029624|
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Not since > when Hugh G. Soulsby published The Right of Search and the Slave Trade in Anglo-American Relations. ^, has anyone undertaken a study of the role and significance of the Slave Trade Question in British-American diplomacy. But this scholarly work focuses on the right-of-Author: Gerald Minor Stanglin.
Feb 10, · See Hugh G. Soulsby, The Right of Search and the Slave Trade in Anglo-American Relations, –, at 14–19 (). From the U.S. perspective, Britain had abused the wartime right of search during the recent Napoleonic Wars, which was a cause of the War of × Howard Warren S American Slavers and the Federal Law Berkeley from HIST at American Public University.
This meant that the split between the slave trade and apprenticeship aspects of the British post-abolition anti-slavery movement was temporarily resolved and Buxton would be able to focus humanitarian attention on his campaign against the slave trade in helpyouantibiotic.top: Bronwen Everill.
the African Slave Trade (New York, ), reveals the participation of Americans in the operation of the Atlantic slave trade.
The diplomatic controversy over sup-pressing the trade is examined in Hugh G. Soulsby, The Right of Search and the Slave Trade in Anglo-American Relations, – Cited by: Read this book on Questia. This monograph is not intended to be a history of the slave trade, but rather to show that the slave trade was an important economic and cultural factor in the formative days of the United States, and that the slave trade profoundly affected the relations of the United States with the powers of Europe, particularly Great Britain.
British searches of American vessels had been a longstanding issue between the two nations. See Hugh G. Soulsby, The Right of Search and the Slave Trade in Anglo-American Relations, - ().
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Jun 01, · For a full account of this issue see Hugh B. Soulsby, The Right of Search and the Slave Trade in Anglo-American Relations, – (Baltimore, ), pp. 18–38, and Ammon, Monroe, pp. – See alsoCited by: 1. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine.
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