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Abolitionism and the End of Slave Trade

by: Shaynah Hilaire

Abolitionism and the End of Slave Trade hist 1112

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Sur of World Hist Since 1500
Bryan Banks
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Date Created: 03/29/16
 Questions: o What were the origins of abolitionism?  Abolitionism had economic, religious, intellectual, and political origins. Industry undercut the justification of slave labor opening up avenues for individuals to express their moral arguments against slavery. o Why did the slave trade and eventually slavery end?  Abolitionist ideas, international efforts, the actions of slaves, and the Industrial Revolution combatted the arguments for slavery and proposed alternate, more efficient means of production  Industrialization  Ideas of Abolitionism o Quakerism o Enlightenment Philanthropy o William Wilberforce  “Principles of Humanity and Universal Morality”  Slave Trade Abolished o France, 1794 o USA, 1807 o England, 1808 o Congress of Vienna,  All of Europe abolishes slave trade in 1815  British Policing o British Naval Supremacy o Squadrons on the West Coast of Africa  Driven by morality, orders, and profit  Cash rewards for captured slave ships  Over 150,000 slaves saved*  Slave Trade Piracy o Black market trade:  American South  Cuba  Brazil  How did Pirate Slavers persist? o Occupy frontier spaces  Using Nationality o The Jolly Roger’s History  1710s  19 tC Pirates carried dozens of flags o Used “false” national identity documents  “Passports”  Testament letters  Emergence of International Human Rights Law o Courts of Mixed Commission  First example of international efforts towards human rights o The case of the Neirsee  Tension between British and French  Led to Reciprocal Right to Search  Slaves o Work slow o “Sick” o Break tools o “Theft” o Run away o Rebellion  Slavery abolished o moral arguments o human rights o industrialization


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