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Cruising in search of slave dhows off the coast of Africa
Published in 'The Graphic', 20 October 1888. The captions for the images are as follows (from top): 'Dhow capsizing with 100 slaves; only eighteen saved'; 'Sub-lieutenant Palmer capturing a dhow after a two hours' running fight'; 'Group of three slaves, with "Kokroche," native interpreter'; 'Group of slaves with interpreters in the middle - Arab prisoners in irons'; 'The "Garnet" returning in triumph to Zanzibar with prizes in tow'.
Part of the Michael Graham-Stewart slavery collection.
- Image reference: F0729
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Michael Graham-Stewart Slavery Collection. Acquired with the assistance of the Heritage Lottery Fund