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This bibliography of the book Networks and Trans-Cultural Exchange: Slave Trading in the South Atlantic, 1590-1867contains printed primary sources and secondary literature. This book offers the first set of essays on slave trading in the South Atlantic. These essays show that the Angola-Brazil complex was not the single commercial axis in this region and that Portuguese-Brazilian merchants were not alone in this business. The book focuses on the South Atlantic trading circuit, which commonly tends to be neglected in the English-language literature on the Atlantic slave trade, in part because it was dominated by Portuguese-Brazilian traders.

Keywords: Angola-Brazil complex; Atlantic slave trade; Portuguese-Brazilian merchants; slave trading

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