Written in Stone: The Silent and Eerie Eloquence of Stone Structures in the Atlantic Trade - Part 2

Written in Stone: The Silent and Eerie Eloquence of Stone Structures in the Atlantic Trade - Part 2

With African labor Europeans built forts in Africa for the slave trade. These stone structures & their surrounds can now be studied in depth

  • Posted on: 28 April 2019
  • By: CCRA

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This program (EV&N #311) was recorded on 28 April 2019 at 4:30 pm.

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View Part 1: "Written in Stone: The Silent and Eerie Eloquence of Stone Structures in the Atlantic Trade - Part 1"

For related information see: "Maps, Stones & Plants: Agents of Empire and the Ecology of the Atlantic Trade," and "Written in Stone: The Silent and Eerie Eloquence of Stone Structures in the Atlantic Trade.