Appalachians and Race: The Mountain South from Slavery to Segregation (Google eBook)

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John C. Inscoe
University Press of Kentucky, Dec 1, 2001 - History - 330 pages
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Contents

Slavery and Antislavery in Appalachia
16
Appalachian Echoes of the African Banjo
27
Georgias Forgotten Miners African Americans and the Georgia Gold Rush of 1829
40
Slavery in the Kanawha Salt Industry
50
Sam Williams Forgeman The Life of an Industrial Slave at Buffalo Forge Virginia
74
A Source of Great Economy? The Railroad and Slaverys Expansion in Southwest Virgina 18501860
101
Put in Masters Pocket Cotton Expansion and Interstate Slave Trading in the Mountain South
116
A Free Balck Slave Owner in East Tennessee The Strange Case of Adam Waterford
133
Southerm Mountain Republicans and the Negro 18651900
199
Negotiating the Terms of Freedom The Quest for Education in an African American Community in Reconstruction North Georgia
220
The Salem School and Orphanage White Missionaries Black School
235
What Does America Need So Much as Americans? Race and Northern Reconciliation with Southern Appalachia 18701900
245
African American Convicts in the Coal Mines of Southern Appalachia
259
The Formation of Black Community in Southern West Virginia Coalfields
284
Racial Violence Lynchings and Modernization in the Mountain South
302
Contributors
317

Olmsted in Appalachia A Connecticut Yankee Encounters Slavery and Racism in the Southern Highlands 1854
154
Race and Roots of Appalachian Poverty Clay County Kentucky 18501910
165
Slaverys End in East Tennessee
189
Acknowledgments
320
Index
321
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