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Is anyone sure about the dates or Name of "The London" as the linked article says it sank in the bay of biscay in 1866, but an article about the remains in Rapparee says 1796 see Morris, Steven (2007-11-06). "Prisoners or slaves? New row over wrecks bones". The Guardian. Retrieved 2007-11-06.Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (|author= suggested) (help).— Rodtalk 12:12, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
A huge chunk of text was added to this page with this edit on 19 February 2009. As far as I can tell, this text is copied directly from pages 211-215 of Out of Whiteness (GBooks preview), and therefore a copyright violation. I've turned the page back into a stub for now. Some of the refs that were added later might be of use to anyone wanting to rewrite the article from scratch:
Pat Barrow (1998) Slaves of Rapparee: The Wreck of the London Devon: Lazarus Press
Vron Ware & Les Back (2002) Out of Whiteness: Color, Politics and Culture, University of Chicago Press
Geoffrey Gibbs, "Grant wants memorial to slaves" The Guardian 3 March 1997