From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African Americans
The eighth edition of this best selling text has been thoroughly revised to include expanded material on the slave resistance, the recent history of African Americans in the United States, more on the history of women, and popular culture. The text has also been redesigned with new charts, maps, photographs, paintings, illustrations, and color inserts and an extensive package has been assembled, using technology and other multimedia to bring history to life. Written by distinguished and award-winning authors, retaining the same features that have made it the most popular text on African American History ever, and with fresh and appealing new features, From Slavery to Freedom remains the most revered, respected, honored text on the market.
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Hammond County, Indiana, and Wilberforce, Ohio; and communities in which
blacks had mixed freely with Indians, such as those in Massachusetts, North
Carolina, and Florida. Free blacks were inclined to be urban. In 1860 there were
Other states passed similar laws during the national period, some going so far as
to require free blacks to post bonds as security against becoming public charges.
Not only were adult free blacks hired or bound out, but their children were ...
Robert Cottrol, The Afro-Yankees: Providence's Black Community in the Ante-
Bellum Era (New York, 1982). Information on Southern free black women is
presented in Suzanne Lebsock, The Free Women of Petersburg: Status and
Culture in a ...
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Land of Their Ancestors
Olaudah Equiano Gustavus Vassa Describes His Homeland1756
The African Way of Life
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From Slavery to Freedom: A History of African Americans, Volume 1
John Hope Franklin,Alfred A. Moss
No preview available - 1997