American Negro Slave Revolts
Special attention is paid to the famous slave rebellion of Nat Turner, and to the revolts led by Denmark Vesey and Gabriel. This study remains a major contribution to the destruction of the myth of African American docility. John Hope Franklin calls it "the best account of resistance to slavery".
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