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Barbot on Guinea

the writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa 1678-1712

by Jean Barbot

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Published by Hakluyt Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Africa, West -- Description and travel.,
  • Guinea -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by P.E.H. Hair, Adam Jones and Robin Law ; general editor, P.E.H. Hair.
    SeriesWorks issued by the Hakluyt Society -- 2nd ser., no. 175-176.
    ContributionsHair, P. E. H., Jones, Adam., Law, Robin.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. (cxxv, 916 p.) :
    Number of Pages916
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18551149M
    ISBN 100904180328, 0904180336
    LC Control Number93000223

    Jean Barbot, French Protestant and agent of the chartered Senegal Company (Compagnie du Sénégal), book describing his travels in West Africa, written circa a) Describe the broader historical situation in Africa at the time that Jean Barbot wrote his book. The introductory discourse -- A description of the coasts of Nigritia, vulgarly called North-Guinea (Book 1) -- A description of the coasts of South-Guinea, or Guinea, properly called: commencing at Sierra Leona river, and ending at Rio de Fernan Vaz, to the southward of cape Lope Gonzalez.

    Barbot, Jean: Barbot on Guinea The Writtings of Jean Barbot on West Africa Originally published in and Two volumes Edited by F. E. Hair, Adam Jones, and Robin Law The Harklut Society, London, A Description of the Coasts of North and South-Guinea: And of Ethiopia Inferior, Vulgarly Angola: Being a New and Accurate Account of the Western Maritime Countries of Africa: in Six Books Volume 5 of [Collection of voyages and travels] Author: Jean Barbot: Publisher: A. & J. Churchill, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX.

    Barbot on Guinea: The Writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa, – Edited by P.E.H. HAIR, AD AM JONES and ROBIN LAW. 2 volumes. Hakluyt Society, second series, volumes and cxxv, pp. £ ISBN 0––30–1. Africa in America: Slave Acculturation and Resistance in the American South and the British Caribbean, Source: John Barbot, "A Description of the Coasts of North and South Guinea," in Thomas Astley and John Churchill, eds., Collection of Voyages and Travels (London, ). GMdata Home Slavetrade Main.


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Barbot made two voyages to Guinea in andin which he made three journals (only the one surviving). On his return to France he was encouraged to write a book based on these journals, which he did. In he moved to London because of persecution of the Huguenots in France.

He wrote a French manuscript byalthough it 5/5(1). Jean Barbot, who served as a commercial agent on French slave-trading voyages to West Africa in andin began an account of the Guinea coast, based partly on his voyage journals (only one of which is extant) and partly on previous.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (v. 2, p. ) and indexes. Summary Jean Barbot, who served as a commercial agent on French slave-trading voyages to West Africa in andin began an account of the Guinea coast, based partly on his voyage journals (only one of which is extant) and partly on previous printed sources.

Jean Barbot, who served as a commercial agent on French slave-trading voyages to West Africa in andin began an account of the Guinea coast, based partly on his voyage journals (only one of which is extant) and partly on previous printed sources.

The work was interrupted by his flight to England, as a Huguenot refugee, in   The author, who collects from others, is far from being exact. John Barbot's Description of the Coasts of North and South Guinea, published in (and cited hereafter as ) is a text well known to historians of western problems involved in its use as a historical source have been recognized for some time, and have been clarified in recent years primarily by the scholarship of Cited by: Book Description.

Jean Barbot, who served as a commercial agent on French slave-trading voyages to West Africa in andin began an account of the Guinea coast, based partly on his voyage journals (only one of which is extant) and partly on previous printed sources.

Barbot on Guinea: The Writings of Jean Barbot on West AfricaVolume 1 Hair P, Jean Barbot, Hakluyt Society Snippet view - Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society, Volumes /5(1).

Barbot made his last journey to Guinea in ; some two decades later, as part of his plan to publish his work in English, he wrote a supplement, collected from correspondence, in which he included excerpts from the journal written by his brother James during his voyage to New Calabar inand from the journal of his nephew, also James.

Barbot on Guinea:Volume I (2nd Series ) by Jean Barbot; Paul Hair, ed. London, England: Hakluyt Society, Book. Near Fine. Hardcover.

British First. Minor wear; otherwise a solid, clean copy with no marking or underlining; collectible condition; illustrated with. Buy Barbot on Guinea: Volumes I & II: The Writings of Jean Barbot on West Africa (Hakluyt Society Second) New edition by Barbot, Jean, Hair, P.

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How Slaves Were Acquired Digital History ID Author: John Barbot Date Annotation: John Barbot, an agent for the French Royal African Company, made at least two voyages to the West Coast of Africa, in and Document: Those sold by the Blacks are for the most part prisoners of war, taken either in fight, or pursuit, or in the incursions they make into their.

John Barbot. A Description of the Coasts of North and South-Guinea. [London]: First English edition. More Information: John Barbot. A Description of the Coasts of North and South-Guinea. And of Ethiopia Inferior, vulgarly Angola, being a New and Accurate Account of the Western Maritime Countries of Africa.