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Join the Virginia Museum of History and Culture for a Virtual Banner Lecture by Ric Murphy.

• All books ordered will have a signed bookplate added. (sorry, no personalizations). 

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by Ric Murphy

In 1619, a group of thirty-two African men, women and children arrived on the shores of Virginia. They had been kidnapped in the royal city of Kabasa, Angola, and forced aboard the Spanish slave ship San Juan Bautista. The ship was attacked by privateers, and the captives were taken by the English to their New World colony. This group has been shrouded in controversy ever since. Historian Ric Murphy documents a fascinating story of colonialism, treason, piracy, kidnapping, enslavement and British law.

208 pages, Softcover, ISBN: 9781467145985, The History Press, 2020


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