Black Migration in America: A Social Demographic History

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Duke University Press, 1981 - Social Science - 190 pages
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"Beginning with the slave trade, Johnson and Campbell trace the migration--forced and free--of blacks through the antebellum period into the 1970s. They examine the major causes of the migrations and the personal motivations of the migrants. Drawing widely from historic, economic, sociological, and demographic sources, Johnson and Campbell have presented a comprehensive and concise review of black migration in America"--from back cover.

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The domestic slave trade
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