African American Voices: A Documentary Reader, 1619-1877 (Google eBook)
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 3, 2009 - History - 264 pages
A succinct, up-to-date overview of the history of slavery that places American slavery in comparative perspective.
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Chapter 1 Deaths Gwineter Lay His Cold Icy Hands on Me Enslavement
Chapter 2 Gods AGwineter Trouble de Water The Middle Passage and Arrival
Chapter 3 A Change is Gonna Come Slavery in the Era of the American Revolution
Chapter 4 We Raise de Wheat Dey Gib Us de Corn Conditions of Life
Chapter 6 O Mother Dont You Weep Women Children and Families
Chapter 7 Go Home to My Lord and Be Free Religion
Chapter 8 Oppressed So Hard They Could Not Stand Punishment
Chapter 9 Let My People Go Resistance and Flight
Chapter 10 The Walls Came Tumblin Down Emancipation
Chapter 5 Nobody Knows the Trouble Ive Seen Visual History of Slavery
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