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Title: Privateers and ports in the mid-Atlantic: Salé and the Canary Islands, c.1600–1850
Authors: Maziane, Leila
Santana Pérez, Germán 
UNESCO Clasification: 55 Historia
Keywords: Africa’S North Atlantic Façade
Port Communities
Privateering
Issue Date: 2020
Journal: International Journal of Maritime History 
Abstract: Privateering was a common enterprise in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in the waters between the Azores, the Canary Islands and the Iberian Peninsula. Within this ‘oceanic triangle’, both Salé, on the Moroccan coast, and the Canary Islands, in the domains of the Spanish Crown, played an important role. Although privateers from Salé and the Canary Islands evolved in different ways, they were intricately linked through their proximity to one another. This article explores the relationships between the two and the impact of privateering on their respective ports.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/71103
ISSN: 2052-7756
DOI: 10.1177/0843871419886804
Source: International Journal of Maritime History [ISSN 2052-7756],v. 32 (1), p. 160-171
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