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Cry Freedom, Cry Seven Stars - Thomas Clarkson in Bristol, 1787


Manufacturer: Bristol Radical History Group

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During 1787 abolitionist Thomas Clarkson started his research into the slave trade in Bristol. This pamphlet looks at how the histories of this pub and the abolition movement are intertwined and also some of the remarkable coincidences that link the name 'Seven Stars' with the slave trade.

The 1st edition was published to raise money for the Seven Stars plaque: now completely rewritten and revised it celebrates the completion of the plaque project and launches a new challenge - to make the Seven Stars the first pub to have UNESCO World Heritage status.

 Authored by Mark Steeds.

Published by Bristol Radical History Group (BRHG).


Product Code: 9781911522027

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