Braving the New World, 1619-1784: From the Arrival of the Enslaved Africans to the End of the American Revolution
The story of American slavery includes the slave trade, interaction between free whites and enslaved blacks, the birth of black American culture--songs, religions, arts, language, and legends--and portraits of black American leaders, artists, and patriots.
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Early Colonial Slavery
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