Explore Maritime Museum, Racoon, and more!

Explore related topics

Showing 33 slaves captured by the boats of the 'Racoon' - National Maritime Museum

Showing 33 slaves captured by the boats of the 'Racoon' - National Maritime Museum

The African Slave-Trade -- Slaves taken from a dhow captured by H.M.S. 'Undine' - National Maritime Museum

The African Slave-Trade -- Slaves taken from a dhow captured by H.

Group of Slaves captured from a Dhow, Zanzibar  - End of 19th century - National Maritime Museum

Group of Slaves captured from a Dhow, Zanzibar - End of century - National Maritime Museum

Slaves captured from a dhow - National Maritime Museum

Slaves captured from a dhow - National Maritime Museum

"The slavery question in Eastern Africa - Negroes taken from a captured slave dhow in a state of starvation"  in The Graphic - National Maritime Museum

"The slavery question in Eastern Africa - Negroes taken from a captured slave dhow in a state of starvation" in The Graphic - National Maritime Museum

Boarding a slave dhow - National Maritime Museum

'Boarding a slave dhow' (Arab sailing vessel) An albumen print. Part of the Michael Graham-Stewart slavery collection.

Turkish lady with her slave - National Maritime Museum

Turkish lady with her slave - National Maritime Museum

Slave merchant, Cairo, c 1865 - National Maritime Museum. Slave sellers.

Egyptian Slavemaster and Slave - Arab slave trade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

'Newly released Slaves on board H.M.S. London'  c. 1870,  National Maritime Museum

'Newly released Slaves on board H. London' c.

Slaves on HMS 'London' - National Maritime Museum

Slaves on HMS 'London' (?

'Flag taken from a slaver captured off the east coast of Africa & sent to my father (W H Wylde of the Foreign Office) by Commodore Eardley Wilmot.' William Henry Wylde (1819-1909) was a superintendent of the Commercial, Consular and Slave Trade departments of the Foreign Office 1869-80 and was a member of the commission which sat in London, 1865, to revise Slave Trade Instructions.

Flag of African Slaver - National Maritime Museum - . Inscribed on an associated paper label: 'Flag taken from a slaver captured off the east coast of Africa & sent to my father (W H Wylde of the Foreign Office) by Commodore Eardley Wilmot.

The Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium (MEMA), formerly the Maritime Xperiential Museum, is a museum in Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa, Singapore built to house the Jewel of Muscat and some of the 60,000 artefacts salvaged from the Belitung shipwreck, an Arabian dhow wrecked off the coast of Belitung Island. MRT: Harbourfront, then take the Sentosa Express from Sentosa Station at VivoCity (Lobby L, Level 3) to Waterfront Station.

There is a wide range of fun and exciting activities in Singapore waiting to be experienced.

Sixteen Views of Places in the Persian Gulph... Forces... Against the Arabian Pirates No 3. Muskat from the Harbour -  	Apr 1813 	Temple, R Clark, I William Haines, William

Sixteen Views of Places in the Persian Gulph. Against the Arabian Pirates No Muskat from the Harbour - Apr 1813 Temple, R Clark, I William Haines, William

Sanctuary Asia – A shock campaign against the misdeeds of deforestation

Sanctuary Asia – A shock campaign against the misdeeds of deforestation

A shock and very visual campaign against deforestation and its misdeeds. Starting with the disastrous consequences on animals, created by Ganesh Prasad Acharya for the wildlife defense foundation Sanctuary Asia.

intérieur navire négrier

intérieur navire négrier

Pinterest
Search