The peculiar institution: slavery in the ante-bellum South

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Vintage Books, 1956 - African Americans - 435 pages
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This is a great resource and a terrific book on American slavery. It presents the horrors of slavery where, even at its most humane it was an inhuman and barbarous institution. There is simply no ... Read full review

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"Since there are few reliable records of what went on in the minds of slaves, one can only infer their thoughts and feelings from their behavior, that of their masters, and the logic of their ... Read full review

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The Setting
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From Day Clean to First Dark
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A Troublesome Property
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