The Port of Jolo and the Sulu Zone slave trade: An 1845 report
Warren, J.F. (2007) The Port of Jolo and the Sulu Zone slave trade: An 1845 report. THe Journal of Sophia Asian Studies (25). pp. 65-80.
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The impact of the West's commercial intrusion in China at the end of the eighteenth century had significant bearing on the growth of the slave trade in Southeast Asia. It led to the establishment of a permanent slave traffic around organized markets and ports in the Sulu zone. Jolo island with its port(s), as the center of a redistributive network encompassing the Sulu Zone, became one of the most important centers by 1800...
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