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The New York Public Library, Humanities and Social Sciences Library, General Research Division

Manx Note Book, vol. III, 1857

Hugh Crowe

Crowe was one of the one thousand ship captains who sailed from Liverpool to Africa to acquire African men, women, and children. He asserted that, had he been a slave, he would have preferred slavery in the West Indies to free labor in England.

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