Readership: People interested in African history and the history of the slave trade.
Stephen D. Behrendt, Senior Lecturer in History, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, A.J.H. Latham, taught history, University of Wales, Swansea, and David Northrup, Professor of History, Boston College
Stephen D. Behrendt is a senior lecturer in history at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He collaborated with James A. Rawley on a revised edition of The Transatlantic Slave Trade: A History (2005).
A. J. H. Latham did field work in Calabar in 1965-66, and taught at the University of Wales, Swansea until his retirement in 2003.
David Northrup is professor of history at Boston College and a specialist on sub-Saharan Africa, Atlantic history, systems of coerced labor, and imperialism.
Chapter One The Diary and Old Calabar History
Chapter Two The Slave Trade at Old Calabar
Chapter Three The Produce Trade at Old Calabar
Chapter Four Old Calabar's Trading Networks
Chapter Five The Diary of Antera Duke: Notes on the Text
THE DIARY OF ANTERA DUKE
Appendix A Index of African Names
Appendix B Antera Duke's Trading Expedition from Old Calabar to Little Cameroon