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Thomas Clarkson, the anti slavery campaigner used a box of evidence on his travels to illustrate why slavery was wrong and unnecessary. The box contained many things including items (from crop seeds to african crafts) that showed the potential benefits for all in an alternative type of trade not based on enslavement. The box is kept at Wisbech Museum. Picture taken March 2007.

8th Sep 2007 by Diane Earl

Citizenship, History

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