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Contents 1. Introduction: From the Middle Passage to Middle Quarters, Jamaica: The Transformation of a Personal Journey 2. The Incident at Atorkor: A Break with the Past 3. African Agency in the Atlantic Slave Trade 4. African Resistance: The Slave Who Whipt Her Mistress and Ganed Her Fredom and Other Oral and Written Tales 5. European and American Agency in the Atlantic Slave Trade 6. The Social and Political Impact of the Atlantic Slave Trade on the Old Slave Coast 7. Subversion of the Sacred: The Effects of the Atlantic Slave Trade on Slave Coast 8. Reparations as Rememory and Redress Notes Bibliography Acknowledgments Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Slave trade -- Africa, West -- History.
Slave trade -- America -- History.
Slave trade -- Ghana -- History.
Anlo (African people) -- Social conditions.