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MARITIME EMPIRES - BRITISH IMPERIAL MARITIME TRADE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

Maritime Empires British Imperial Maritime Trade in the Nineteenth Century

 
 Author(s)                

David Killingray, Margarette Lincoln, Nigel Rigby
 Publisher The Boydell Press
 Date 2004
 Pages 230
 Format pdf
 Size 1 Mb


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   The sea is a broad means of communication of goods and ideas and its very breadth and depth, in some ways, is reflected in the chapters in this volume. Contributors attempt to challenge some of the orthodoxies associated with ideas of maritime empire and to examine the integration of land and sea cultures in port cities. Although the larger picture of imperial trade is not ignored, attention is also given to focused case studies of particular imperial trade, for example Gervase Clarence-Smith's chapter on the trade in equids. The other main purpose of this collection is to stimulate further research and writing on maritime empire, not merely within the confines of the British Empire but of other empires and imperial systems. Even contiguous empires, such as Russia and the United States, relied heavily on the sea...

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