The Birth of Black America: The First African Americans and the Pursuit of Freedom at Jamestown
The Birth of Black America: The First African Americans and the Pursuit of Freedom at Jamestown [Hashaw, Tim] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Birth of Black America: The First African Americans and the Pursuit of Freedom at Jamestown
One Dies, Get Another: Convict Leasing in the American South
Matthew J. Mancini. One Dies, Get Another: Convict Leasing in the American South, 1866-1928. Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Press, 1996. From H-Net, a book review by Garland Brinkley of the Department of Economics, School of Public Health at the University of California-Berkeley, on October, 1999 -- Several economic historians have asserted that African-Americans were better off in the aftermath of the Civil War. Ransom and Sutch's (1977) classic leisure for labor trade-off…
Breaking the Curse of Willie Lynch: The Science Of Slave Psychology
Breaking the Curse of Willie Lynch: The Science Of Slave Psychology: Alvin Morrow: #BlackHistory About time, Breaking The Curse Of Willie Lynch is a book long overdue! The depth of this man Alvin Morrow's understanding on how the infamous Willie Lynch Slave making techniques forced me to probe slavery lingering effects on my own conscious. I guarantee that who ever reads this book will never again be the same.
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In 1921, freedom fighter William Pickens described the Mississippi River Valley as the American Congo. Nan Woodruff argues that the African Congo under Belgium's King Leopold II is an apt metaphor for
The freedom of Jenny (Book, 2005) [WorldCat.org]
Get this from a library! The freedom of Jenny. [Julie Burtinshaw] -- Jenny Estes and her family escape the slavery of the Leopold plantation in 1840s Missouri and journey to Canada, but the path is filled with tragic loss and physical hardship.