In the late 18th century, public opinion towards the slave trade began to change, thanks to Abolitionists such as William Wilberforce. In 1807 Parliament finally ended British involvement.
In what year did Parliament finally end Britain’s involvement in the slave trade?
Which important good produced by the slave trade lost its value due to a worldwide over supply?
When the Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade was formed in 1787 how many original members were there?
Which religious non-conformist congregations did many of the early abolitionist leaders come from?
Which ports did the abolitionist Thomas Clarkson visit to collect evidence from over 20,000 sailors?
Bristol and Liverpool
Bristol and Glasgow
Bristol and London
What was so important about Olaudah Equiano’s book as an eyewitness?
It was a plantation owner's account
It was a sailor's account
It was a slave's account
What fashionable items did Josiah Wedgwood use to promote the aims of the Abolitionists?
Which item did many women boycott as part of a successful campaign for the Abolitionist Movement?
How many years did William Wilberforce, MP for Hull, put forward the abolition argument for the Society in Parliament?
In 1806 the Act banning any slave trade between British merchants and foreign colonies was an attack on which country's interests?