Ira Berlin - History - 1982 - 976 pages
This 1991 volume of Freedom presents a documentary history of the emergence of free-labor relations in the large plantation areas of the Lower South.
Ira Berlin - History - 1992 - 243 pages
The three essays in this volume present an introduction to history of the emancipation of the slaves during the Civil War. The first essay traces the destruction of slavery by ...
Ira Berlin - History - 1992 - 571 pages
Gathers first hand accounts of slavery and the efforts of Black Americans to transform the Civil War into a war to end slavery
Ira Berlin - History - 1998 - 259 pages
Draws on the letters and personal testimonies of freed slaves to describe the remaking of the African-American family during the Civil War and Reconstruction eras
Ira Berlin, Philip D. Morgan - History - 1995 - 213 pages
Slaves worked. When, where, and especially how, they worked determined the course of their lives and the shape of their culture. Slaves, naturally, served their owners for the ...
Ira Berlin - History - 1993 - 388 pages
So central was labor in the lives of African-American slaves that it has often been taken for granted, with little attention given to the type of work that slaves did and the ...