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Black Southerners, 1619-1869

John B. Boles

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Pädagogik

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This revealing interpretation of the black experience in the South emphasizes the evolution of slavery over time and the emergence of a rich, hybrid African American culture. From the incisive discussion on the origins of slavery in the Chesapeake colonies, John Boles embarks on an interpretation of a vast body of demographic, anthropological, and comparative scholarship to explore the character of black bondage in the American South. On such diverse issues as black population growth, the strength of the slave family, the efficiency and profitability of slavery, the diet and health care of bondsmen, the maturation of slave culture, the varieties of slave resistance, and the participation of blacks in the Civil War, Black Southerners provides a balanced and judicious treatment.

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evolution of slavery, american south, african american studies, civil war, slavery, us history, origins of slavery, plantation life, race relations, african americans, seventeenth-century america, the old south, southern history, eighteenth-century america