African Slavery a Different Look 1441 - 1888
This title follows the Atlantic Slave Trade from the deep interior of the Dark Continent to the shores of the Caribbean Islands, South America and beyond. Departure and arrival points for 12,000,000 people captured, sold and transported are noted. The slave centers of Europe and New England are described along with the businessmen and ship captains responsible for the Middle Passage. The book presents many facts which are generally distorted or completely ignored by today's mainstream writers and media. Also noted are several books and film which provide surprising facts that are seldom addressed or noted in today's publications.
- Paperback | 118 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 6.86mm | 208.65g
- 20 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Spencer Gantt
This is the fourth book written Spencer Gantt. His topics generally address subjects such as slavery and Lincoln's War in a manner not generally used by conventional writers. In his books he addresses little known historical facts which are typically distorted or ignored by these writers. He intends to write more books. Spencer is a native South Carolinian and a graduate of Charleston High School and the University of South Carolina. Although his favorite subjects are history and literature (especially British), he has a Bachelor of Science degree. He is married with three grown children and six grandsons. He loves his home state from the "mountains to the sea" and especially the beaches of Myrtle, Charleston and Hilton Head.