For much of the eighteenth century, Bristol was England’s second city and, between 1730 and 1745, its premier slaving port.
This book presents the drama of that period through six discovery trails. Maps, detailed directions and over 150 photographs help bring the story to life.
From the historic habourside to the heights of Clifton; from the interior of a slave owner’s house to the secret caves, courts and corners of the old city, this is a face of Bristol largely undiscovered by the general tourist.
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