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100.322, Spring 2020

Williams, Jennie, Spring 2020
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1. American slavery, 1619-1877 Book , Print in English
by Peter Kolchin. 2003 .

Kolchin, Peter.

" ... updated to address a decade of new scholarship, the book includes a new preface, afterword, and revised and expanded bibliographic essay."--Publisher description.
2. American slavery, 1619-1877 Book , Print in English
by Peter Kolchin ; consulting editor, Eric Foner. 1993 .

Kolchin, Peter.

1. Origins and Consolidation -- 2. The Colonial Era -- 3. The American Revolution -- 4. Antebellum Slavery: Organization, Control, Paternalism -- 5. Antebellum Slavery: Slave Life -- 6. The White South: Society, Economy, Ideology -- 7. The End of Slavery…
Steven Deyle. 2005 .

Deyle, Steven.

note: 1. irony of liberty : origins of the domestic slave trade -- 2. most important form of commerce : the rise of the cotton kingdom -- 3. most fateful form of commerce : the fall of the cotton kingdom…
by Heather Andrea Williams. 2012 .

Williams, Heather Andrea.

Utilizes narratives, letters, interviews, public records, and diaries to explore the stories of separation of former slave families and their quest for reunification.
Daina Ramey Berry. 2017 .

Berry, Daina Ramey,

"Groundbreaking look at slaves as commodities through every phase of life, from birth to death and beyond, in early America The Price for Their Pound of Flesh is the first book to explore the economic value of enslaved people through every phase of their lives--including from…
Emily Clark. 2013 .

Clark, Emily, 1954-

ch. One Philadelphia Quadroon -- ch. Two From Menagere to Placee -- ch. Three Con Otros Muchos: Marriage -- ch. Four Bachelor Patriarchs: Life Partnerships across the Color Line -- ch. Five Making Up the Quadroon -- ch. Six Selling the Quadroon.
Clark, Emily. 2013 .
Exotic, seductive, and doomed: the antebellum mixed-race free woman of color has long operated as a metaphor for New Orleans. Commonly known as a ""quadroon,"" she and the city she represents rest irretrievably condemned in the popular historical imagination by the linked sins of…