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‘I believe it will ever remain, so long as that Family exists’: commercial, family and kin networks in the slavery business, c.1730-1830

This is Part II of Kate Donington’s discussion of the histories and legacies of British slave ownership. See here for Part I (‘The Legacies of British Slave Ownership Project’). My PhD focuses on one of the staunchest advocates of slave-compensation, … Continue reading

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Announcements: 13 May 2011

Events Workshop: Recording Oral Histories with your Family The Foundling Museum, London Saturday 25 June, 10 am – 1 pm – A free workshop on doing oral histories with your own family. Run by exhibition curators Sarah Lowry and Alison … Continue reading

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