Black Majority: Negroes in Colonial South Carolina from 1670 Through the Stono Rebellion

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Norton, 1996 - History - 346 pages
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Reissued in paperback, this groundbreaking study of two cultures in early America is "easily the most thorough and the most penetrating case study yet written of the Afro-American population during the slave period . . . Fascinating and instructive".--Jack P. Green.

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The book is a scholarly, well documented description of Black culture and life in South Carolina from its founding to ~1740. During this time Blacks provided both skilled and unskilled labor ... Read full review

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Peter H. Wood is professor of American history at Duke University.

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