Black Bondage in the North
Syracuse University Press, 1973 - 236 sider
This history of the Northern slave system examines its operation from its colonial beginnings to its dissolution. In the early 19th century the author sees that economic displacement allows an emancipation of blacks that is at least as beneficial to the masters as to the blacks.
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Slavery and Settlement
The Business of Slavery
The Slave Economy
Race and Status
The Law and Order of Slavery
Life at the Bottom
The Black Resistance
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