Handler, J. S.(2002)'Survivors of the Middle Passage: Life Histories of Enslaved Africans in British America',Slavery & Abolition,23:1,25- 56Link to article This
paper describes 15 accounts by Africans who passed a portion of their
lives enslaved in British America during the 18th and early 19th
centuries. It focuses on what they relate about
their lives in Africa, how they
were captured, transported to coastal ports, and their experiences during the transatlantic crossing.
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