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Brigatine Othello trade book
Series I: Samuel and William Vernon, 1756-1799
Subseries 2. Business Papers, 1756-1799
New-York Historical Society
Trade book of the Brig Othello, a merchant ship owned by brothers Samuel and William Vernon, business partners involved in the triangular trade that sent rum from Rhode Island to Africa, bought slaves in Africa to sell in the West Indies or in the southern colonies, and brought molasses back to Rhode Island.
Slave tradeSlaves--United StatesMerchant ships
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