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We want our content to be used and shared and appreciate referrals, mentions and links to our site as well as specific articles and researchers.
You may link to us as long as the link does not cast us in a false or misleading light. Same goes for our logo. You may not frame the content of our site.
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Users who wish to cite material from the website in publications should, as with all internet publications, cite the URL (mar.ine.rs) and the date on which the website was consulted.
If you use any of our pages for research, please cite the specific page you use according to usual referencing conventions:
Author, 'Title', Mariners: Race, Religion and Empire in British Ports 1801-1914, <full web link>, [date accessed]
For example: Lucy Wray, 'The Birkenhead Mission to Asiatic Seamen', Mariners: Race, Religion and Empire in British Ports 1801-1914, <https://mar.ine.rs/stories/the-birkenhead-mission-to-asiatic-seamen/>, accessed 20 November 2023
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