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Kissy. Landing Slaves from prize to 'Spitfire'

ZBA2731
Michael Graham-Stewart collection

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Collection Michael Graham-Stewart collection, Special collections
Gallery locationNot on display
PeopleMaker: Good, L. A.

Object details:

Object ID ZBA2731
Description Kissy was a few miles east of Freetown in the British colony of Sierra Leone. HMS 'Spitfire' was a five-gun, wooden paddle steamer employed on anti-slavery patrol.
Date made circa 1860

Artist/Maker Good, L. A.
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Michael Graham-Stewart Slavery Collection. Acquired with the assistance of the Heritage Lottery Fund
Materials watercolour
Measurements Sheet: 310 mm x 416 mm; Image: 252 mm x 361 mm
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  • Kissy. Landing Slaves from prize to 'Spitfire' (ZBA2731)
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