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The sixth of eight children, Harriet Martineau was born in Norwich, England, where her father Thomas was a textile manufacturer A highly respected Unitarian, he was also deacon of the Octagon Chapel, Norwich from 1797 Harriet's mother was the daughter of a sugar refiner and grocer
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French historian Fernand Braudel noted that slavery was endemic in Africa and part of the structure of everyday life "Slavery came in different guises in different societies: there were court slaves, slaves incorporated into princely armies, domestic and household slaves, slaves working on the land, in industry, as couriers and intermediaries, even as traders"