Thomas Satterwhite Noble (1835-1907): reconstructed rebel
Examines how Thomas Satterwhite Noble's African American imagery reflected and interpreted issues concerning slavery in the upper South, the internal slave trade, miscegenation, and abolition. Shifts scholary emphasis on Noble's works from discussion relating to the manner in which African Americans were portrayed to how these images were perceived by contemporary reconstruction audiences--Adapted from author's abstract.
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The American Slave Mart A Bid for National Recognition
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