By Newson, L.A., Minchin, S.
In line with incredibly wealthy inner most papers of Portuguese slave investors, this learn presents specific perception into the nutrition, health and wellbeing and remedy of slaves in the course of their trip from Africa to Peru within the early 17th century.
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Extra resources for From Capture to Sale: The Portuguese Slave Trade to Spanish South America in the Early Seventeenth Century
58 AGNL SO CO Ca 2 doc 8 Dinheiro que paguei aos marinheiros 1617. 59 AGNL SO CO Ca 18 doc 197 pp. 319–20 Upper Guinea accounts 1613–1618. 57 CHAPTER TWO THE ACQUISITION OF SLAVES Portuguese exploration in the Atlantic in the ﬁfteenth century heralded a shift in emphasis in the African slave trade from the Sahara to the West African coast. As outlined in the Introduction, the slave trade focused ﬁrst on Arguim and Elmina, but during the late sixteenth century Upper Guinea developed as the main centre of the trade.
48 Small amounts of [a]lambeis, a striped woollen cloth from North Africa, were also imported. 49 Linen cloth produced in Holland, known as olanda, was also a signiﬁcant import, while occasionally high value silks or taﬀetas from China were traded. The scale of cloth imports is surprising given the well-established textile industry in Upper Guinea and, by the seventeenth century, in Cape Verde. Several groups in Upper Guinea produced high quality cloth of diﬀerent colours, designs and degrees of ﬁneness.
1605; Brooks, Eurafricans, 68–72. 13 Carreira, Os Portuguêses, 40. On the role of the feitor see: Brásio, Monumenta missionaria africana Ser. 2 vol. 4: 504–505 Gobernador de Cabo Verde 25 Jul. 1613 and vol. 4: 568–72 Nicolao de Castilho 29 Dec. 1614. ” 14 Andrés Álvares D’ Almada, Tratado breve dos rios de Guiné do Cabo Verde, ed. M, 1964), 75–76 15 Álvares, Etiópia menor, chap. 4: 1–5; Francisco de Lemos Coelho, Duas descrições seiscentistas da Guiné. (Lisboa: Academia Portuguesa da História, 1953), 148; Rodney, Upper Guinea Coast, 92.