Slavery in the Ottoman Empire and its Demise 1800-1909
Springer, 20.11.1996 - 229 Seiten
This study bridges the gap that exists between studies dedicated to the history of slavery in the Western and Islamic worlds. It sets itself the goal of understanding how slavery persisted and then met its end in the Ottoman Empire. It concentrates on the period between 1800-1909 and examines the policies of the Ottoman state regarding slavery both before and after the reform period known as the Tanzimat. It also looks at the British involvement in the issue.
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1 Employment of Slaves in the Classical Ottoman Empire
2 Traditional Ottoman Policies towards Slavery before the Tanzimat
Continuation of Ottoman Slavery after 1839
4 British Policy and Ottoman Slavery
5 Ottoman Policy during the Tanzimat Period 184676
6 Ottoman Policy during the Reign of Abdülhamid II and the Advent of the Young Turks 18761909
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Abdülhamid Abdülhamid II abolish slavery abolition of slavery abolitionist According Ambassador Anatolia anti-slavery Benghazi black slave trade British Consul Bursa captives Circassian Circassian slaves Consul Convention Council of Ministers dealers decree despatch Devshirme devşirme document domestic draft law Edhem Egypt Elliot emancipation employed enslavement esaret female slaves ferman Foreign Office freed slaves freedom fugitive slaves Georgian government’s Grand Vezir Granville Guild Harem Ibid immigrants important instructed Islamic issued Istanbul izmir Kadi Khedive kuruş Layard Malet Mamluk manumission manumitted Marinitch masters Mehmed Midhat Muslim non-Muslims officials Ottoman authorities Ottoman Empire Ottoman government Ottoman policy Ottoman Slave Trade Ottoman society Palace Palmerston Paşa pencik Porte prohibition province punishment reaya Reşid Russian sale of slaves selling ser'í Seriat Slave Market slave sales slave-dealers sold Stratford Stratford to Clarendon Sultan suppression Tanzimat Toledano Trabzon Tripoli Turkey Turkish Váli white slave wrote yeniçeris Young Turks Zilkade zimmis