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This section of the book From Capture to Sale: The Portuguese Slave Trade to Spanish South America in the Early Seventeenth Century contains seven appendices. The first three appendices illustrate textiles, beads and other commodities sold on the Upper Guinea Coast during the period 1613 to 1618. The fourth appendix shows nutritional composition of selected West African staples. The fifth appendix presents a list of Daños calculated on slaves purchased in Cartagena 1633. The sixth and final appendix shows business associates of Manuel Bautista Pérez and Genealogy of the Pérez-Duarte families.

Keywords: Manuel Bautista Pérez; Portuguese slave trade



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