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Wednesday, 2 January 2013

BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY: THE BLACK PRESENCE IN THE WHITE HOME:

Black People have been present in Britain  since its early history. A troop of Romain soldiers stationed at  Hadrians Wall in the third century AD was reported to include Black Soldiers. In Medieval times Black Musicians were common feature of Britain courts in the 18th century Britain and increasing mastery of the  among othersTrans-Atlantic Slave Trade and in particular its dominant ole in the trade in enslaved populations. By 1770 this population is estimated to have numbered around 15,000 people based largely in London and the two major slave trading ports of Liverpool and Bristol.


















Black Britons worked in a variety of profession as Sailors, Shopkeepers, Artisans, Laborers, Peddlers and Street Musicians amongst others. The largest and biggest employment service and a large number of Black People worked as servants, butlers, valets, and other domestic helps. Unlike there white counterparts it was unpaid work and unable to leave, their employer. They were all but name slaves in slavery in the home.