Christian and Negro Slavery in Eighteenth Century North Africa

The main theme of this paper is slavery in eighteenth-century North Africa, as described in the literature of that era. The account of Morocco begins however with the reign of Mulay Isma’il (1672-1727) and extends through that of Mulay Sliman (1792-1822). The account of slavery in Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli has been extended in the same manner. References.

Title: Christian and Negro Slavery in Eighteenth Century North Africa
Author: Bennett, N.
Year: 1960
Periodical: The Journal of African History
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Period: March
Pages: 65-82
Language: English
Geographic term: Maghreb
External link: https://www.jstor.org/stable/179707
Abstract: The main theme of this paper is slavery in eighteenth-century North Africa, as described in the literature of that era. The account of Morocco begins however with the reign of Mulay Isma’il (1672-1727) and extends through that of Mulay Sliman (1792-1822). The account of slavery in Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli has been extended in the same manner. References.