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Précis historique de la traite des noirs et de l'esclavage colonial  :s:fr:Livre:Morénas - Précis historique de la traite des noirs et de l'esclavage colonial, 1828.djvu
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Précis historique de la traite des noirs et de l'esclavage colonial
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François le Villain
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Firmin Didot
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Précis historique de la traite des noirs et de l'esclavage colonial
Subtitle Contenant l'origine de la traite, ses progrès, son état actuel, et un exposé des horreurs produits par le despotisme des colons
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Français : Joseph Elzéar Morénas, Précis historique de la traite des noirs et de l'esclavage colonial, contenant l'origine de la traite, ses progrès, son état actuel, et un exposé des horreurs produits par le despotisme des colons. Ouvrage dans lequel on prouve qu'on a exporté d'Afrique, depuis 1814 jusqu'à présent, plus de 700 000 esclaves, dont un grand nombre sous pavillon français : Orné des portraits de MM. Bissette, Fabien et Volny, condamnés, par la cour royale de la Martinique, aux galères à perpétuité, en vertu d'une loi du XVIe siècle, pour avoir lu une brochure prétendue séditieuse. Par M.-J. Morenas, ex-employé au Sénégal en qualité d'agriculteur-botaniste, et membre de la commission d'exploration attachée à cette colonie., Paris, l'auteur et Firmin Didot, nil, 424 p., 1828.
Page overview 432
Language French
Publication date 1828
publication_date QS:P577,+1828-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Place of publication Paris
Source https://archive.org/details/prcishistorique00morgoog

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