A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States: From colonial times through the Civil War, Volume 1
Carol Publishing Group, 1990 - History - 532 pages
A towering work of scholarship, this first volume presents material from 1861 until the conclusion of the Civil War. The source and historical significance of each document is explained in the editor's remarks and notes. This work has been critically acclaimed and has been accepted as the definitive work in the field. **Lightning Print On Demand Title
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THROUGH THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA 1 Early Negro Petitions for Freedom 16611726
Statements of Slave Rebels 1741
Slaves Petition for Freedom during the Revolution 17731779
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