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Birth:1745
Death:Mar 31 1797
Name:Olaudah Equiano
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Text:"... the unpleasant aspects of our history and includes the contributions by various religions and minority groups Typical of the personaliza tion of the subject matter are excerpts from the diary of OlaudahEquiano..."
Publication:El Paso, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Bought His Freedom" by OlaudahEquiano. YOUR CHOICE of any of these A SUPER-BRITE dUrcri-Dni i c Admiral COLOR TV SPECIALS 25" DIAGONAL MEASURE No matter which style you choose, Admiral Crafts it in richly..."
Date:Feb 2 1972
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Newton and loan Gruffudd anti slavery pioneer William Wilberforce in Amazing Grace shares Wilberforces passion for reform and who becomes his wife after a whirlwind courtship Youssou NDour is Olaudah..."
Date:Feb 21 2007
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... importation of new slaves was prohibited by Congress as of Jan. 1, IMS. Their experiences were similar to those of OlaudahEquiano, who was captured In Africa in the 1780s at the age of IL "The first object..."
Date:Feb 12 1976
Publication:Lumberton, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... written and hand- somely this book is a fine tribute to one of the great men of our times. ___________________________I_____________________ THE KIDNAPPED The Life oLDIaudah Equiano written by Olaudah..."
Date:Feb 4 1996
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... to imagine a more eloquent condemnation of a soulless enterprise , or any better source: OlaudahEquiano, who was kidnapped as a child in Africa, enslaved in America in the 1700s and, finally, emerged a man..."
Date:Oct 19 1998
Publication:Fort Walton Beach, Florida, United States of America
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Text:"... Falconbridge, An Account of tt» Stave Trade on the Coast of Africa (Ljondon,1788). Next week: Extract from OlaudahEquiano's Ttie Interesting Narrative of the Life of OlaudahEquiano. Detibion Hymn tBaches..."
Date:Nov 8 2011
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... of war." It is hard to imagine a more eloquent con- demnation of a soulless enterprise, or any bet- ter source: OlaudahEquiano, who was kid- napped as a child in Africa, enslaved in Ameri- ca in the 1700s..."
Date:Oct 18 1998
Publication:Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... released film Amazing Grace Hochschilds account focuses more on people such as Thomas Clarkson who traveled 35000 miles by horse back over half a century to end slavery and OlaudahEquiano a charismatic..."
Date:Mar 8 2007
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... experience was OlaudahEquiano, taken as a teen-ager in Nigeria. "... The .stench of the hold while we were on the coast was so intolerably loathsome, that it was dangerous to remain there any time ... The air..."
Date:Oct 20 1976
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:".... Their ex- periences were similar to those of OlaudahEquiano. who was captured in Africa in the 1780s at the age of 11. "The first object which saluted rny eyes when I ar- rived on the coast was the sea..."
Date:Feb 22 1976
Publication:Lima, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... as of Jan. 1, 1808. Their experiences were similar to those of OlaudahEquiano, who was captured in Africa in the 1780's at the age of 11. "The first object that saluted my eyes when I arrived on the coast..."
Date:Feb 8 1976
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"..." THE INTERESTING NARRA IIVE of the LIFE of OLAUDAHEQUIANO, or GUSTAVUS VASSA, the African, Written by himfelf. With an elegant Print of tke Authour ; and a Plate fhowing the manner in w: ich he was ihipwrecked..."
Date:Nov 23 1790
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... more would cross the sea in chains for nearly, two centuries, until importation of new slaves was prohibited by Congress as of Jan. 1, 1808. Their experiences were similar to those of OlaudahEquiano..."
Date:Feb 11 1976
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... the sea in chains for nearly two centuries until importation of new slaves was prohibited by Congress as of Jan 1 1808 Their ex periences were similar to those of OlaudahEquiano who was captured in Africa..."
Date:Mar 3 1976
Publication:Carbondale, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... of manipulating the English courts to free slaves and played a major role in outlawing slavery in England. OlaudahEquiano, enslaved in the 1760s, describes being kidnapped by other Africans, his terror at being..."
Date:June 17 1998
Publication:Blytheville, Arkansas, United States of America
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Text:"... of OlaudahEquiano, who was captured in Africa in the 1780s at the age of 11. "The first object which sa- luted my eyes when 1 arrived on the coast was the sea and a slave ship, which was then rid- ing anchor..."
Date:Feb 28 1976
Publication:Greeley, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"... of the Government type] capture of the Jolly Bachelor in the Sierra Leone River in 1740 and The Adventure off West Africa in 1753. OlaudahEquiano, who wrote about his experience, was one of over 15 million who..."
Date:July 2 2006
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... the first group of its kind rreed slave OlaudahEquiano publishes his autobiography which fights the myth that Africans arent fully human A federal fugitive slave aw is passed allowing slave owners to pursue..."
Date:Feb 19 2007
Publication:Joplin, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"...’, but the Africans’ suffering branded an indelible scar on them and their captors One of the few who survived, bought his freedom and lived to write of his experience was OlaudahEquiano, taken as a teen..."
Date:Oct 28 1976
Publication:Port Charlotte, Florida, United States of America
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