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date: 11 November 2019

Africans in England and Scotlandlocked

  • Onyeka Nubia


Africans in England and Scotland (1485–1625) had diverse geographical origins and social backgrounds and engaged in a broad range of occupations, from household service to diplomacy. While early modern records are not comprehensive enough to give an exact account of their numbers, evidence shows they lived in cities and towns such as ...

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