From sundown to sunup: the making of the Black community

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Greenwood Pub. Co., Feb 28, 1973 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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"George Rawick's From Sundown to Sunup is by far the most successful recent book about slave culture. . . . As impressive as Rawick's analysis of slave life is his interpretation of American racism." Eric Foner, University Review

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Review: The American slave: a composite autobiography

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This is why there is no excuse for ignorance, the real life stories as told by the real people themselves. If you're even thinking of setting a work in 19th Century America you should consult this. Read full review

Contents

American Black People
14
The Religion of the Slaves
30
Treatment
53
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