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  • Author:
    Wim Klooster
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    978-9067181235
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    Brill Academic Pub (January 1, 1998)
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    283 pages
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By examining the transit trade in the Caribbean, this thorough and original study presents an alternative view of the Dutch seaborne empire, facing . Wim Klooster read history at Leiden University and received his PhD in 1995

By examining the transit trade in the Caribbean, this thorough and original study presents an alternative view of the Dutch seaborne empire, facing east as well as west. Wim Klooster read history at Leiden University and received his PhD in 1995. He was a Fulbright fellow at the John Carter Brown Library in Providence, Rhode Island.

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The Caribbean contraband trade thus helped the Dutch to survive the loss in the mid-seventeenth century of most of their territorial empire in the . Wim Klooster read history at Leiden University and received his PhD in 1995

The Caribbean contraband trade thus helped the Dutch to survive the loss in the mid-seventeenth century of most of their territorial empire in the Western hemisphere.

This book aims to revise the history of Dutch world trade in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. While studies of Dutch economic expansion tend to focus on the East India Company and its Asian empire, activities in the Atlantic have been neglected. Consequently, their importance has been seriously underestimated. By examining the transit trade in the Caribbean, this thorough and original study presents an alternative view of the Dutch seaborne empire, facing east as well as west. Brill Academic Publishers.

Illicit Riches: Dutch Trade in the Caribbean, 1648-1795 . Am hist rev. Johannes Postma. The book examines the whole range of Dutch involvement in the Atlantic slave trade from the beginning of the 1600s to the nineteenth century. Some of those who arrived in the Caribbean in 1493 still lived there 20 or more years later, although illness, conflict, relocation, and a substantial rate of return reduced the number of first arrivals who remained. Columbus's second voyage initiated both a continuing European presence in the Americas and an almost constant movement of people (and goods) in both directions across the Atlantic.

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Brouwer to establish a trading base in Chile. Klooster, Wim. Illicit Riches: Dutch Trade in the Caribbean, 1648–1795. Leiden: KITLV Press, 1998. He went back to Brazil, being mentioned as elder of the Reformed Church there. In 1647 he left Brazil Like Peter Stuyvesant, Van Walbeeck was one of the limited number of WIC employees with a university education.

Illicit Riches: Dutch Trade in the Caribbean, 1648-1795 (Leiden: KITLV Press, 1998). The Dutch in the Americas, 1600-1800 (Providence: The John Carter Brown Library, 1997). Geschiedenis van Albanië (Amsterdam: De Bataafsche Leeuw, 1991). Book Chapters and Articles. Jews in the Early Modern Caribbean and the Atlantic World, in Jonathan Karp and Adam Sutcliffe, ed. The Cambridge History of Judaism, Vol. VII: The Early Modern Period, . 470-c. Cambridge University Press, 2017), 972-996.

This book aims to revise the history of Dutch world trade in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. While studies of Dutch economic expansion tend to focus on the East India Company and its Asian empire, activities in the Atlantic have been neglected. Consequently, their importance has been seriously underestimated. By examining the transit trade in the Caribbean, this thorough and original study presents an alternative view of the Dutch seaborne empire, facing east as well as west.