The Other Slavery

Author: Andrés Reséndez
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544602676
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Yet, as Andrés Reséndez illuminates in his myth-shattering The Other Slavery, it was practiced for centuries as an open secret.

Archeology At Harmony Hall

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(Court Z:85,1740). One has to ask immediately, what happened? How many
slaves were rebelling? Was the phrase "Negroes and other Slaves" referring to
African-Americans who were both slave and free or to African-American slaves
and white indentured servants and even American Indian slaves? What
happened at or after the meeting? This author did not have time to pursue these
questions, but they remain important ones. While the document uncovered is not
directly related to ...

Hard Road To Freedom

Author: James Oliver Horton
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The Story of African America James Oliver Horton ... He sought the cooperation of
a Frenchman who might aid in devising military strategy, and hoped that white
artisans in Richmond, angered by the merchants' use of skilled slaves to curb
wages, might join as the revolt progressed or at least might not take up arms
against it.“ The initial ... For years after Gabriel's defeat other slaves in other parts
of Virginia remained ready to revolt, and authorities uncovered a number of
conspiracies, ...

Arkansas Review

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European-Indian trade then included a traffic in slaves, on large and small scales
. Despite the differences in the nature of slavery, Indian women were still the
focus of the slave trade. The works of Alan Gallay and others have shown that
Indian women were predominantly the victims of slave raids in the South. James
Brooks and Juliana Barr furthermore have uncovered the stories of numerous
Plains and southwestern native women who as captives were traded to
Europeans in the ...

Slaves Of The Dust

Author: Sophie Wenzel Ellis
Publisher: eStar Books
ISBN: 1612100198
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cried the Indian, pointing to the kicking rat, which was fast gaining strength. ...
man who thought himself creator and destroyer—the man who said that a human
being was no higher than a rat! Perhaps he was right, for see this thing that was
once a man!” Hale buried his face in his hands. “Kill it, Unani Assu! Kill it!” Unani
Assu's low laugh was metallic. “You kill it.” Hale uncovered his face. ... Another
bottle fell, and, suddenly, amid a thunderous roar, the ceiling and walls began

America Past And Present

Author: Robert A. Divine
Publisher: Longman
ISBN: 9780321365729
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Underground Railroad A network of safe houses organized by abolitionists (
usually free blacks) to aid slaves in their attempts to escape slavery in the North
or Canada. South Carolina, uncovered an extensive and well-planned
conspiracy, organized by a free black man named Denmark Vesey, to arm the
slave population and take possession of the city. ... Other stories — which were
not told in front of whites — openly portrayed the slave as a clever trickster
outwitting the master.

Keepers Of The Animals

Author: Michael J. Caduto
Publisher: Fulcrum Pub
ISBN: 9781555911072
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The only migration stories tell about moving from one part of this continent to
another, as among the Iroquois, who say they migrated, perhaps within the last
2,000 years, from the banks of the Missouri River where they lived with their
relatives, ... Whatever the case may be, the archaeological evidence being
uncovered by scientists continues to indicate human habitation in North America
at earlier and earlier dates. ... (An Indian slave could be sold in England for 200
shillings in 161 5.) ...

The Comanche Empire

Author: Pekka Hamalainen (Hämäläinen)
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300145137
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idea of a Comanche barrier leaves out at least half of the story. For in the
mideighteenth century Comanches reinvented themselves once more, this time
as a hegemonic people who grew increasingly powerful and prosperous at the
expense of the surrounding societies, Indian and Euro-American alike. Gradually,
a momentous shift took shape. In the Southwest, European imperialism not only
stalled in the face of indigenous resistance; it was eclipsed by indigenous

Red White And Black Make Blue

Author: Andrea Feeser
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 082034656X
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In Red, White, and Black Make Blue, Andrea Feeser tells the stories of all the peoples who made indigo a key part of the colonial South Carolina experience as she explores indigo's relationships to land use, slave labor, textile production ...

Mid America Folklore

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And the origins of many of the names presented here (uncovered in oral history
interviews) reveal all too vividly a racist ideology which is sadly familiar
throughtout American history. The Auburn story is one example. ... Contrary to the
dominant view among West Indian historians that slaves were unable to sustain
viable linguistic communities, Warner-Lewis cites convincing evidence that
African languages were indeed retained due to intensive social intercourse
between slaves of ...