The African town in which Capt. John Charity Spring's trading party meets King Gezo.
A bargue built in Baltimore, Maryland, but ostensibly owned and registered in Mexico, and mastered by Captain John Charity Spring.
A working-class movement in Great Britain, pushing for civil rights.
The fairish establishment in Seend, England, to which John Morrison takes his son-in-law, narrator Harry Flashman, hoping to launch him on a political career.
A euphemism for the slave trade.
New Orleans, Louisiana
The bustling port city serving as a seaport linking the Mississippi River with the Caribbean.
The town on the north shore of the Ohio River beyond which the riverboat Bostona cannot move in icy conditions.
A large, fast, side-wheel steamer, this is selected by Underground Railroad manager, Crixus, to take runaway slave George Randolph from New Orleans in the company...
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