Long Island University C.W. Post Campus
C.W. Post Campus B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library

Resources on Slavery

All resources are from the personal collection of Melvin R. Sylvester and the
C.W. Post Library Collection as compiled by Melvin Sylvester and Robert Delaney

Abolition
Amistad
Ancient Slavery
Arts
Atlantic Slave Trade
Black History
Black Slaveowners
Civil War
Culture
Economics
Education
Free Blacks
Health
Images
Literary Criticism
Literature
Modern Slavery
Music
Native Americans
Politics
Psychology
Religion
Reparations
Slave Narratives
Slave Resistance
Slaveowners
Slavery
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Underground Railroad
Whites
Women
Websites

Personalities

John Brown
William W. Brown
Frederick Douglass
Jupiter Hammon
Sally Hemings
Harriet Jacobs
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln
Toni Morrison
Harriet B. Stowe
Sojourner Truth
Harriet Tubman
Nat Turner
Mark Twain
Denmark Vesey
George Washington

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Books in the Library's collection are followed by the call number in italics


ABOLITION
See also: Slavery - Politics, Slave Resistance, and Underground Railroad

The Abolitionist sisterhood : women's political culture in Antebellum America / Jean Fagan Yellin and John C. Van Horne, editors. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1994. E449.A1555 1994

Abolitionists abroad : American Blacks and the making of modern West Africa / Sanneh, Lamin O. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1999. DT476 .S26 1999

The abolitionists and the south, 1831-1861 / Stanley Harrold. Lexington, KY : University Press of Kentucky, 1995. E449.H297 1995

All on fire : William Lloyd Garrison and the abolition of slavery / Henry Mayer. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1998. E449.G25 M39 1998

American abolitionists / Harrold, Stanley. Harlow, England ; New York : Longman 2001. E449 .H298 2001

America's women : four hundred years of dolls, drudges, helpmates, and heroines / Collins, Gail. New York : William Morrow, 2003. HQ1410 .C588 2003   [Includes: Women and abolition: white and Black, north and south.]

Anti-abolition tracts and anti-Black stereotypes / John David Smith, editor. New York : Garland Pub., 1993. E449.A57 1993

The black hearts of men : radical abolitionists and the transformation of race / Stauffer, John. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002. E449 .S813 2002

Black women abolitionists : a study in activism, 1828-1860 / Shirley J. Yee. Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 1992. E449.Y44 1992

Challenging the boundaries of slavery / Davis, David Brion. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2003. E441 .D248 2003

David Walker's appeal, in four articles, together with a preamble, to the coloured citizens of the world, but in particular, and very expressly, to those of the United States of America / David Walker ; edited and with an introd. by Charles M. Wiltse. (first published by David Walker in September, 1829). New York : Hill and Wang, 1965.

The devotion of these women : Rhode Island in the antislavery network / Van Broekhoven, Deborah Bingham. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2002. E445.R4 V36 2002

Domestic abolitionism and juvenile literature, 1830-1865 / De Rosa, Deborah C. Albany : State University of New York Press, 2003. PS217.S55 D4 2003

The fortunate heirs of freedom : abolition & Republican thought / Daniel J. McInerney. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 1994. E449.M474 1994

A gentleman of color : the life of James Forten / Winch, Julie. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. E185.97.F717 W56 2002

A hidden history : slavery, abolition, and the Underground Railroad in Cow Neck and on Long Island / Vahey, Mary Feeney. Port Washington, NY : Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, 1998. E445.N56 V34 1998bx   [Contents: Slavery in the New World -- Slavery on Long Island -- Religion and education -- The Free Produce Movement -- Phebe frees Rachel -- Abolitionists -- Underground Railroad -- Long Island Quakers help fugitive slaves -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Aftermath of slavery in America -- Genealogy -- Will of Thomas Pearsall -- Important dates. ]

The horrors of slavery and other writings / by Robert Wedderburn ; edited by Iain McCalman. Princeton, NJ : Markus Wiener Publishers ; Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle Publishers, 1997. HT1071 .W43 1997

The humblest may stand forth : rhetoric, empowerment, and abolition / Bacon, Jacqueline. [Columbia] : University of South Carolina Press, 2002. women abolition. PS407 .B33 2002

Ireland abroad : politics and professions in the nineteenth century / Ireland Abroad (2000 : University of Aberdeen) ; Walsh, Oonagh, editor. Dublin ; Portland, OR : Four Courts Press, 2003. DA950.1 .I735 2000bx   [Includes: Richard Robert Madden : an Irish anti-slavery activist in the Americas / Nini Rodgers.]

John Mercer Langston and the fight for Black freedom, 1829-65 / William Cheek and Aimee Lee Cheek. Urbana, IL : University of Illinois Press, 1989. E185.97.L27C48 1989

Labor histories : class, politics, and the working class experience / edited by Eric Arnesen, Julie Greene, and Bruce Laurie. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1998. HD8057 .L28 1998   Includes: The fair field of the middle ground : abolitionism, labor reform, and the making of an antislavery bloc in antebellum Massachusetts / Bruce Laurie

Louisa May Alcott on race, sex, and slavery / Louisa May Alcott ; edited with an introduction by Sarah Elbert. Boston : Northeastern University Press, c1997. PS1016 .E43 1997

Mary Grew : abolitionist and feminist, 1813-1896 / Ira V. Brown. Selinsgrove, PA : Susquehanna University Press; London : Associated University Presses, 1991. HQ1413.G76B76 1991

Neither ballots nor bullets : women abolitionists and the Civil War / Wendy Hamand Venet. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1991. E628.V46 1991

North star country : upstate New York and the crusade for African American freedom / Sernett, Milton C. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2002. E445.N56 S47 2002

Pamphlets of protest : an anthology of early African-American protest literature, 1790-1860 / Newman, Richard, Rael, Patrick, and Lapsansky, Phillip, editors. New York : Routledge, 2001. E184.6 .P36 2001

Selected letters of Lucretia Coffin Mott / Mott, Lucretia ; Palmer, Beverly Wilson, Ochoa, Holly Byers, and Faulkner, Carol, editors. Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois Press, 2002. HQ1413.M68 S45 2002

The slave trade, domestic & foreign : why it exists & how it may be extinguished / Henry Charles Carey. (Reprints of economic classics). New York : A. M. Kelley, 1853, 1967. HT985.C3 1967

Slavery and abolition in the Ottoman Middle East / Ehud R. Toledano. Seattle : University of Washington Press, c1998. HT1316 .T65 1998

Slavery attacked : Southern slaves and their allies, 1619-1865 / Merton L. Dillon. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1990.

Slavery, propaganda, and the American Revolution / Patricia Bradley. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c1998. E210 .B73 1998

Subversives : antislavery community in Washington, D.C., 1828-1865 / Harrold, Stanley. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 2003. E445.D6 H27 2003

Touching liberty : abolition, feminism, and the politics of the body / Karen Sanchez-Eppler. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. PS217.S55S26 1993

The trials of Anthony Burns : freedom and slavery in Emerson's Boston / Albert J. Von Frank. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1998. E450.B93 V66 1998

Truth stranger than fiction : race, realism, and the U.S. literary marketplace / Rohrbach, Augusta. New York : Palgrave, 2002. PS374.R32 R64 2002   [Includes: Making it real: the impact of slave narratives on the literary marketplace.]

Two biographies by African-American women [William Wells Brown and Martin Robison Delany]/ Josephine Brown and Frank A. Rollin. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. E185.96.T88 1991

The unboxing of Henry Brown / Ruggles, Jeffrey. Richmond, Va. : Library of Virginia, 2003. E450 .R85 2003

"A voice raised for freedom : after two years on Long Island, a fugitive slave grew up to become a well-known abolitionist" / Lawrence Striegal. Newsday, A35, January 2, 2001.   About Henry Highland Garnett's life on Long Island and New York City.

Women in the church : moving toward equality / Massey, Lesly F. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 2002. BV639.W7 M33 2002   [Includes: The anti-slavery movement and modern feminism.]

Writings on slavery and the American Civil War / Martineau, Harriet ; Logan, Deborah Anna, editor. DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, 2002. E449 .M388 2002



ABOLITION - JOHN BROWN

The black hearts of men : radical abolitionists and the transformation of race / Stauffer, John. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002. E449 .S813 2002

Cloudsplitter : a novel / Banks, Russell. New York : HarperFlamingo, 1998. PS3552.A49 C57 1998   [Novel about John Brown.]

His soul goes marching on : responses to John Brown and the Harpers Ferry raid / Finkelman, Paul, editor. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1995. E451 .H68 1995

John Brown : the legend revisited / Peterson, Merrill D. Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2002. E451.B8786 P47 2002

The secret six : the true tale of the men who conspired with John Brown / Renehan, Edward. New York : Crown Publishers, 1995. E451 .R44 1995



ABOLITION - FREDERICK DOUGLASS

Approaches to teaching Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass / edited by James C. Hall. New York : Modern Language Association of America, 1999. E449.D75 A66 1999

Autobiographies / Frederick Douglass. New York : Library of America, 1994. E449.D749 1994b

The black hearts of men : radical abolitionists and the transformation of race / Stauffer, John. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002. E449 .S813 2002

Black men in chains : narratives by escaped slaves / Charles H. Nichols, editor. (Contents: Gustavus Vassa, Nat Turner, Moses Roper, Frederick Douglass, Lunsford Lane, Moses Grandy, William Wells Brown, James W.C. Pennington, Henry "Box" Brown, Solomon Northup, John Thompson, Josiah "Uncle Tom" Henson, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, Israel Campbell, William Parker). New York : L. Hill, 1972.

Critical essays on Frederick Douglass / William L. Andrews, editor. Boston, MA : G.K. Hall, 1991. E449.D75C75 1991

Frederick Douglass / William S. McFeely. New York : Norton, 1991. E449.D75M374 1991

Frederick Douglass on slavery and the Civil War : selections from his writings / Douglass, Frederick. Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 2003. E449 .D737 2003

The Frederick Douglass papers. Series two, Autobiographical writings / Frederick Douglass ; John W. Blassingame, John R. McKivigan, and Peter P. Hinks, editors ; Gerald Fulkerson, textual editor ; James H. Cook, Victoria C. Gruber, and C. Jane Holtan, editorial assistants. New Haven [Conn.] : Yale University Press, 1999- E449 .D734 1999

Jacob Lawrence : the Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman series of 1938-40 / Ellen Harkins Wheat. Hampton, VA : Hampton University Museum in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1991. ND237.L29W48 1991

Life and times of Frederick Douglass : his early life as a slave, his escape from bondage, and his complete history : an autobiography / Frederick Douglass. New York : Gramercy Books, 1993. E449.D7382 1993

The life and writings of Frederick Douglass / Douglass, Frederick ; Foner, Philip Sheldon, editor. New York, International Publishers, 1950-. E449 .D736

Love across color lines : Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass / Maria Diedrich. New York : Hill and Wang, 1999. E449 .D57 1999

Martin Delany, Frederick Douglass, and the politics of representative identity / Robert S. Levine. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1997. PS366.A35 L48 1997

"Myrtilla Milner : determined school founder with Frederick Douglass" / Paul Phillips Cooke. Negro History Bulletin, 45(4) : 104-106, December 1982.

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass : an American slave, written by himself / Frederick Douglass. New York : New American Library, 1968. E449.D74906

The Oxford Frederick Douglass reader / Frederick Douglass; edited with an introduction by William L. Andrews. New York : Oxford University Press, 1996. E449.D749 1996

Pamphlets of protest : an anthology of early African-American protest literature, 1790-1860 / Newman, Richard, Rael, Patrick, and Lapsansky, Phillip, editors. New York : Routledge, 2001. E184.6 .P36 2001

Racing & (e)racing language : living with the color of our words / Goldner, Ellen J. and Henderson-Holmes, Safiya, editors. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2001. PS153.M56 R3 2001   [Includes: Allegories of exposure : The heroic slave and the heroic agonistics of Frederick Douglass / Ellen J. Goldner.]

Radical narratives of the Black Atlantic / Rice, Alan J. London ; New York : Continuum, 2003. E185 .R49 2003   [Includes: Funky eruptions and chain-dancing to freedom : the implications of Toni Morrison's radical style in The bluest eye, Tar Baby and Beloved -- 'The dogs of Old England meet the lions of the New World' : the travels of Frederick Douglass and Paul Robeson in the Black Atlantic and the development of a 'strategic Anglophilia' -- and more.]

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]



ABOLITION - SOJOURNER TRUTH

Classic African American women's narratives / Andrews, William L. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. PS647.A35 C56 2003   [Includes: Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a northern slave / Sojourner Truth -- Our nig; or, sketches from the life of a free black, in a two-story white house, North / Harriet E. Wilson -- Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Harriet A. Jacobs.]

Glorying in tribulation : the lifework of Sojourner Truth / Erlene Stetson and Linda David. East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, 1994. E185.97.T8S74 1994

"Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth among historic heroines whose stories are told at National Underground Railroad Freedom Center" . Jet, 105(6) : 20, February 9, 2004.   [News and recognition of the fight for freedom with the dedication of the new National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Tours and teaching of the stories of slavery using, among those freedom fighters, Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth. Biographical comments included on this page also.]

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]


ARTS AND MUSIC
See also: Literature and Images

African American art and artists / Lewis, Samella S. Berkeley : University of California Press, 2003. N6538.N5 L38 2003 OVSZ   [Includes: 1619-1865 : cultural deprivation and slavery.]

African American humor : the best Black comedy from slavery to today / Watkins, Mel, editor. Chicago, Ill. : Lawrence Hill Books, 2002. PN6231.N5 A37 2002

America's musical life : a history / Crawford, Richard. New York : Norton, 2001. ML200 .C69 2001   [Includes: "Make a noise!" : slave songs and other black music to the 1880s.]

Back of the big house : the architecture of plantation slavery / John Michael Vlach. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1993. E443.V58 1993

"Fabric of our heritage" / Jacqueline and Raymond G. Dobard. American Visions, 15(1) : 16-21, February/March 2000.   The story of quilts and the Underground Railroad

Singing the master : the emergence of African American culture in the plantation South / Roger D. Abrahams. New York : Pantheon Books, 1992. E443.A26 1992

Slave songs of the Georgia Sea islands / Lydia Parrish, complier ; music transcribed by Creighton Churchill and Robert MacGimsey ; introduction by Olin Downes. New York : Creative Age Press, Inc., 1942. M1670.S6 1942x

"They brought the Jubilee" / Andrew Ward. American Heritage, 65-73, July/August 2000. [How a small group of former slaves taught the world about black music, the promise of emancipation, and the meaning of the Civil War.]


ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE
See also: Slavery - Economics

The African-American atlas : Black history and culture / Molefi K. Asante and Mark Mattson. New York : Macmillan, 1998. Reference E185.A79 1998 [Chapter 2 : The Transatlantic Journey.]

The Atlantic slave trade / Herbert S. Klein. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999. HT1322 .K54 1999

The Atlantic slave trade : a census / Philip D. Curtin. Madison, WI : University of Wisconsin Press, 1969. HT975.C8

The Atlantic Sound / Caryl Phillips. New York : Vintage Books, 2001. HT985 .P53 2001bx

The Atlantic Sound / Caryl Phillips. New York : Alfred Knopf, 2000. HT985 .P53 2000

Black cargo / Richard Howard. London : Wayland; New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1972.

Black imagination and the middle passage / edited by Maria Diedrich, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Carl Pedersen. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. PS153.N5 B554 1999

Black voyage : eyewitness accounts of the Atlantic slave trade / Thomas Howard, editor. Boston : Little, Brown, 1971.

Broke by the war : letters of a slave trader / A. J. McElveen; edited by Edmund L. Drago. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1991. E442.M35 1991

"The business of slavery" [a review of The slave trade : the story of the Atlantic slave trade, 1440-1870 by Hugh Thomas] / John Thorton. New York Times Book Review, 11, November 30, 1997.

Captive passage : the transatlantic slave trade and the making of the Americas / Mariners' Museum (Newport News, Va.). Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002. HT1322 .C35 2002

"The coldest waters" / James Hardy and Raoul Dennis. YSB Magazine, 3(2) : 48-53,74, October 1993.

The Diligent : a voyage through the worlds of the slave trade / Robert Harms. New York : Basic Books, c2002. HT1177 .H37 2002

Middle passage / Charles Johnson. New York : Atheneum, 1990. PS3560.O3735M5 1990

The middle passage : white ships/black cargo / Tom Feelings. New York : Dial Books, 1995.

Radical narratives of the Black Atlantic / Rice, Alan J. London ; New York : Continuum, 2003. E185 .R49 2003   [Includes: Funky eruptions and chain-dancing to freedom : the implications of Toni Morrison's radical style in The bluest eye, Tar Baby and Beloved -- 'The dogs of Old England meet the lions of the New World' : the travels of Frederick Douglass and Paul Robeson in the Black Atlantic and the development of a 'strategic Anglophilia' -- and more.]

Rum, slaves, and molasses : the story of New England's triangular trade / Clifford Lindsey Alderman. New York : Crowell-Collier Press, 1972.

"Scarred walls of stone" / Cheo Tyehimba. American Legacy, 4(2) : 22-30, Summer 1998.   Ghana's slave castles and holding pens for captive Africans

"Searching for home" / Halimah Abdullah. Newsday, B6-B7, September 12, 2000. [A family's pilgrimage brings them to Port Jefferson, where the slave ship that brought their patriarch to America began its journey.]

Slave ship : the story of the Henrietta Marie / George Sullivan. New York : Cobblehill Books, c1994.

The slave trade, domestic & foreign : why it exists & how it may be extinguished / Henry Charles Carey. (Reprints of economic classics). New York : A. M. Kelley, 1853, 1967. HT985.C3 1967

The slave trade : the story of the Atlantic slave trade, 1440-1870 / Hugh Thomas. New York : Simon & Schuster, 1997. HT985.T47 1997

A slaver's log book : or 20 years' residence in Africa : the original manuscript / Theophilus Conneau. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, 1976. HT1322.C59

Spirits of the passage : the Transatlantic slave trade in the seventeenth century / Madeleine Burnside ; Rosemarie Robotham, editor ; Cornel West,foreword. (Produced by the Bernhardt Fudyma Design Group, Inc. in association with the Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society). New York, NY : Simon & Schuster Editions, 1997. HT1322.B78 1997

"The trade" / Phyllis Raybin Emert. American Legacy, 3(4) : 54-56, Winter 1998.   Excerpt from her book, Colonial triangular trade : An economy based on human misery


BLACK HISTORY

Africa and Africans in the making of the Atlantic world, 1400-1680 / John Thornton. Cambridge; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992. DT31.T516 1992

The African-American atlas : Black history and culture / Molefi K. Asante and Mark Mattson. New York : Macmillan, 1998. Reference E185.A79 1998

The African American family album / Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler ; introduction by Phylicia Rashad. New York : Oxford University Press, 1995.

African American history / by Walter A. Hazen ; cover graphics by Vickie Lane. Grand Rapids, Mich. : Instructional Fair, TS Denison, c1998. IMC Reference E185 .A2536 1998bx   [A resource of student activities and background information that brings history to life through 'eyewitness' accounts.]

African Americans : a portrait / Richard A. Long ; foreword by Maya Angelou. New York, NY : Crescent Books, 1993. E185.L86 1993

African Americans on the western frontier / edited with an introduction by Monroe Lee Billington and Roger D. Hardaway. Niwot : University Press of Colorado, c1998. E185.925 .A58 1998   Includes: Slavery in the west / W. Sherman Savage -- Mormons and slavery : a closer look / Newell G. Bringhurst

Before the Mayflower : a history of the Negro in America, 1619-1964 / Lerone Bennett, Jr. Baltimore : Penguin Books, 1966. E185.B4 1966bx

Black labor, white wealth : the search for power and economic justice / Claud Anderson. Edgewood, MD : Duncan & Duncan, 1994.

Black profiles in courage : a legacy of African American achievement / Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with Alan Steinberg ; foreword by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York : William Morrow and Co., 1996.

Black southerners, 1619-1869 / John B. Boles. Lexington, KY : University Press of Kentucky, 1983. E441.B67 1983

Climbing up to glory : a short history of African Americans during the Civil War and Reconstruction / Wilbert L. Jenkins. Wilmington, DE : Scholarly Resources, 2002.   [One of the most important parts of any study dealing with the history of African Americans comes from the eras during the Civil War (1861-1865) and the Reconstruction (1865-1877). This new book brings you through these ages and the significant issues involving African Americans and their struggle to become part of a free people on American soil.]

A documentary history of the Negro people in the United States / Herbert Aptheker; preface by W.E.B. DuBois and Charles E. Wesley. (Volume 1 : From colonial times through the Civil War). New York : Citadel Press, 1963-64. E185.A58 1963x

Extraordinary Black Americans from colonial to contemporary times / Susan Altman. Chicago : Childrens Press, 1989.

Eyewitness; the Negro in American history / William Loren Katz. New York : Pitman Pub. Corp., 1967. E185.6.K3 1967x

"Free at last : the enduring legacy of the South's Civil War victory" / David Brion Davis. New York Times: Week in Review, Section 4, 1 & 6, August 26, 2001.   An excellent article on the re-examination of what slavery was as a world wide practice and how it took hold mainly in southern America. American slave practices are being discussed by scholars, both black and white, in an effort to understand the old and new issues of what slavery left behind from economic, moral, social, and political viewpoints and to create a better understanding of why this evil institution could not be justified in a free America.

From slavery to freedom : a history of Negro Americans / John Hope Franklin and Alfred A. Moss, Jr. New York : Knopf, 1988. E185.F825 1988

The Greenwood encyclopedia of African American civil rights from emancipation to the twenty-first century / Charles D. Lowery and John F. Marsazalek, editors. Westport, CT : Greenwood, 2003. Reference E185.61.E54 2003   [This two volume set covers more than just civil rights. Inclusive in the set are legal resources, personalities, events, law cases, and legal decisions executed by legal trailblazers who opened the doors to the many oportunities we see today.]

An illustrated history of Black Americans / John Hope Franklin and the editors of Time-Life Books. New York : Time-Life Books, 1970. E185.F826

In the matter of color : the colonial period / A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. KF4757.H53

A nation under our feet : Black political struggles in the rural South, from slavery to the great migration / Hahn, Steven. Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2003. E185.2 .H15 2003

The Negro in the making of America / Benjamin Quarles. New York : Collier Books, 1969. E185.Q2 1969

A Pictorial history of African Americans / Langston Hughes, M. Meltzer, C.E. Lincoln, and J.M. Spencer. New York : Crown Publishers, 1995. E185.H83 1995

Slave and citizen : the Negro in the Americas / Frank Tannenbaum. New York : Vintage Books, 1946. E29.N3T3 1946bx

Sources of the African-American past : primary sources in American history / Roy E. Finkenbine. New York : Longman, 1997.

The study of African American problems : W.E.B. Du Bois's agenda, then and now / special editors of this volume: Elijah Anderson, Tukufu Zuberi. Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2000. H1 .A4 v. 568


THE CIVIL WAR

Abraham Lincoln and a new birth of freedom : the Union and slavery in the diplomacy of the Civil War / Howard Jones. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1999. E469 .J56 1999

Apostles of disunion : southern secession commissioners and the causes of the Civil War / Charles B. Dew. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 2001. E459 .D4 2001

Broke by the war : letters of a slave trader / A. J. McElveen; edited by Edmund L. Drago. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1991. E442.M35 1991

The Civil War chronicle : the only day-by-day portrait of America's tragic conflict as told by soldiers, journalists, politicians, farmers, nurses, slaves, and other eyewitnesses / Gallman, J. Matthew, Rubel, David, and Shorto, Russell, editors. New York : Crown Publishers, 2000. E655 .C49 2000

"Cleburne and the unthinkable" / Sam Connor. Civil War Times Illustrated, 36(6) : 45-47, February 1998.

"Examining the slaves' role in Confederate weaponry." Newsday, E11, April 22, 2001.   About the old Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond, Virginia being the planned site of a Civil War museum, including the historical role the American slave played in this development.

Climbing up to glory : a short history of African Americans during the Civil War and Reconstruction / Wilbert L. Jenkins. Wilmington, DE : Scholarly Resources, 2002.   [One of the most important parts of any study dealing with the history of African Americans comes from the eras during the Civil War (1861-1865) and the Reconstruction (1865-1877). This new book brings you through these ages and the significant issues involving African Americans and their struggle to become part of a free people on American soil.]

Families and freedom : a documentary history of African-American kinship in the Civil War era / Ira Berlin and Leslie S. Rowland, editors. New York : New Press, 1997.

Final freedom : the Civil War, the abolition of slavery, and the Thirteenth Amendment / Michael Vorenberg. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001. E453 .V67 2001

Forged in battle : the Civil War alliance Black soldiers and white officers / Joseph T. Glatthaar. New York : Free Press ; London : Collier Macmillan, 1990. E540.N3G53 1990

Frederick Douglass on slavery and the Civil War : selections from his writings / Douglass, Frederick. Mineola, N.Y. : Dover Publications, 2003. E449 .D737 2003

A Grand army of Black men : letters from African-American soldiers in the Union Army, 1861-1865 / Edwin S. Redkey, editor. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Neither ballots nor bullets : women abolitionists and the Civil War / Wendy Hamand Venet. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1991. E628.V46 1991

Reconstruction: after the Civil War / John Hope Franklin. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1961. E668.F7

Reconstruction : America after the Civil War / Zak Mettger. (Young readers' history of the Civil War.) New York : Lodestar Books, 1994.

"Reconstruction's deep imprint" / Dinitia Smith. New York Times (The Arts), C13-C14, June 18, 1997.

The reintegration of American history : slavery and the Civil War / William W. Freehling. New York : Oxford University Press, 1994. E441.F78 1994

Slave and soldier : the military impact of Blacks in the colonial Americas / Peter M. Voelz. New York : Garland, 1993. HT1048.V64 1993

Slavery and the American West : the eclipse of manifest destiny and the coming of the Civil War / Michael A. Morrison. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1997. E415.7 .M88 1997

Soldiers, sailors, slaves, and ships : the Civil War photographs of Henry P. Moore / W. Jeffrey Bolster and Hilary Anderson. Concord, N.H. : New Hampshire Historical Society, 1999. E468.7 .B67 1999bx

Southern stories : slaveholders in peace and war / Drew Gilpin Faust. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1992. F213.F25 1992

Tara revisited : women, war, & the plantation legend / Catherine Clinton. New York : Abbeville Press, 1995. E628.C58 1995

"They brought the Jubilee" / Andrew Ward. American Heritage, 65-73, July/August 2000. [How a small group of former slaves taught the world about black music, the promise of emancipation, and the meaning of the Civil War.]

"Valor at Wilson's Wharf" / Leonnie Hudson. Civil War Times Illustrated, 36(7) : 46-52, March 1998.

The war was you and me : civilians in the American Civil War / Cashin, Joan E, editor. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2002. E468.9 .W28 2002   [Includes: Slaves, emancipation, and the powers of war : views from the Natchez district of Mississippi / Anthony E. Kaye.]

Writings on slavery and the American Civil War / Martineau, Harriet ; Logan, Deborah Anna, editor. DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, 2002. E449 .M388 2002


CULTURE
See also: Arts and Music, Education, Literature, and Religion

Africa in America : slave acculturation and resistance in the American South and the British Caribbean, 1736-1831 / Michael Mullin. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1992. E443.M85 1992

Africans in colonial Louisiana : the development of Afro-Creole culture in the eighteenth century / Gwendolyn Midlo Hall. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1992. E185.93.L6H16 1992

"Any slave I die possessed of" / Herbert H. Toler, Jr. American Legacy, 2(2) : 35-40, Summer 1996.   George Washington's plantation slaves and their community life

Back of the big house : the architecture of plantation slavery / John Michael Vlach. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1993. E443.V58 1993

Beyond ebonics : linguistic pride and racial prejudice / John Baugh. Oxford : New York ; Oxford University Press, c2000. PE3102.N42 B37 2000

Black rice : the African origins of rice cultivation in the Americas / Judith A. Carney. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001. SB191.R5 C35 2001

The claims of kinfolk : African American property and community in the nineteenth-century South / Penningroth, Dylan C. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2003. E185.8 .P39 2003

Common whites : class and culture in antebellum North Carolina / Bill Cecil-Fronsman. Lexington, KY : University Press of Kentucky, 1992. F258.C43 1992

Cultivation and culture : labor and the shaping of slave life in the Americas / Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, editors. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1993. HT901.C85 1993

The Culture of sentiment : race, gender, and sentimentality in nineteenth-century America / Shirley Samuels, editor. New York : Oxford University Press, 1992. PS217.S55C85 1992

Families and freedom : a documentary history of African-American kinship in the Civil War era / Ira Berlin and Leslie S. Rowland, editors. New York : New Press, 1997.

Festivals of freedom : memory and meaning in African American emancipation celebrations, 1808-1915 / Kachun, Mitchell A. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2003. E453 .K33 2003

Foul means : the formation of a slave society in Virginia, 1660-1740 / Parent, Anthony S. Chapel Hill : Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and. Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press, 2003. E445.V8 P37 2003

Free people of color : inside the African American community / James Oliver Horton. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993.

Mothering across cultures : postcolonial representations / Reyes, Angelita Dianne. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2002. PN56.3.B55 R49 2002

The Old South / edited by Mark M. Smith. Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 2001. F213 .O43 2001

Out of the mouths of slaves : African American language and educational malpractice / John Baugh ; foreword by William Labov. Austin : University of Texas Press, 1999. PE3102.N42 B39 1999

Out of the mouths of slaves : African-American oral history, horror & humor / edited by Carole S. Marsh. Atlanta, GA : Gallopade Publishing Group, 1998. Instructional Media Center Reference E443 .O886 1998x

The planter's prospect : privilege and slavery in plantation paintings / Vlach, John Michael. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2002. ND1351.5 .V58 2002

Singing the master : the emergence of African American culture in the plantation South / Roger D. Abrahams. New York : Pantheon Books, 1992. E443.A26 1992

The slave community : plantation life in the antebellum South / John W. Blassingame. New York : Oxford University Press, 1979. E443.B55 1979

"Slavery in America : in its politics, culture and psyche, a nation is drawn anew to a painful past." Newsday (Nassau Edition), A4-A5, A56, December 21, 1997.

Slavery on Long Island : a study in local institutional and early African-American communal life / Richard Shannon Moss. New York : Garland, 1993.

"They brought the Jubilee" / Andrew Ward. American Heritage, 65-73, July/August 2000. [How a small group of former slaves taught the world about black music, the promise of emancipation, and the meaning of the Civil War.]

"When I can read my title clear" : literacy, slavery, and religion in the antebellum South / Janet Duitsman Cornelius. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1991. E44.C7 1991

Within the plantation household : Black and White women of the Old South / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1988. HQ1438.A13F69 1988


EDUCATION

A hidden history : slavery, abolition, and the Underground Railroad in Cow Neck and on Long Island / Vahey, Mary Feeney. Port Washington, NY : Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, 1998. E445.N56 V34 1998bx   [Contents: Slavery in the New World -- Slavery on Long Island -- Religion and education -- The Free Produce Movement -- Phebe frees Rachel -- Abolitionists -- Underground Railroad -- Long Island Quakers help fugitive slaves -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Aftermath of slavery in America -- Genealogy -- Will of Thomas Pearsall -- Important dates. ]

NEW! "History of slavery in NY 'can't be ignored'" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday, A15 (719 words), September 13, 2005.   [adding information about New York's slave past to the New York State school curriculum]

The history of the New York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787 to the present time, embracing a period of more than forty years; also a brief account of the successful labors of the New York Manumission Society, with an appendix ..., / Charles C. Andrews. New York : Negro Universities Press, 1969. LC2803.N5A5 1969

"Myrtilla Milner : determined school founder with Frederick Douglass" / Paul Phillips Cooke. Negro History Bulletin, 45(4) : 104-106, December 1982.

Out of the mouths of slaves : African American language and educational malpractice / John Baugh ; foreword by William Labov. Austin : University of Texas Press, 1999. PE3102.N42 B39 1999

"When I can read my title clear" : literacy, slavery, and religion in the antebellum South / Janet Duitsman Cornelius. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1991. E44.C7 1991


FREE BLACKS
See also: Williams Wells Brown, Frederick Douglass, Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, and Black Slaveowners

Abolitionists abroad : American Blacks and the making of modern West Africa / Sanneh, Lamin O. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1999. DT476 .S26 1999

The African meeting house in Boston : a sourcebook / William S. Parsons and Margaret Drew. Boston : The Museum of Afro-American History, 1992.

The backbone of history : health and nutrition in the Western Hemisphere / Steckel, Richard H. and Rose, Jerome Carl, editors. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. E59.F63 B33 2002   [Includes: The health of slaves and free blacks in the east / Ted A. Rathbun and Richard H. Steckel.]

Becoming free, remaining free : manumission and enslavement in New Orleans, 1846-1862 / Schafer, Judith Kelleher. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University, 2003. F379.N59 N445 2003

Black women abolitionists : a study in activism, 1828-1860 / Shirley J. Yee. Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 1992. E449.Y44 1992

Classic African American women's narratives / Andrews, William L. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. PS647.A35 C56 2003   [Includes: Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a northern slave / Sojourner Truth -- Our nig; or, sketches from the life of a free black, in a two-story white house, North / Harriet E. Wilson -- Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Harriet A. Jacobs.]

Criminalizing a race : free blacks during slavery / Charshee C.L. McIntyre. Queens, NY : Kayode Publications, Ltd., 1992.

Families and freedom : a documentary history of African-American kinship in the Civil War era / Ira Berlin and Leslie S. Rowland, editors. New York : New Press, 1997.

Festivals of freedom : memory and meaning in African American emancipation celebrations, 1808-1915 / Kachun, Mitchell A. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2003. E453 .K33 2003

Final freedom : the Civil War, the abolition of slavery, and the Thirteenth Amendment / Michael Vorenberg. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001. E453 .V67 2001

The free negro in New York City in the era before the Civil War / Rhoda Golden Freeman. New York : Garland, 1994.

Free people of color : inside the African American community / James Oliver Horton. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993.

The free people of color of New Orleans : an introduction / Mary Gehman. New Orleans, LA : Margaret Media, 1994.

Freedom by degrees : emancipation in Pennsylvania and its aftermath / Gary B. Nash and Jean R. Soderlund. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. E445.P3N37 1991

A gentleman of color : the life of James Forten / Winch, Julie. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. E185.97.F717 W56 2002

The grammar of good intentions : race and the antebellum culture of benevolence / Ryan, Susan M. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2003. PS217.R28 R93 2003   [Includes: Charity begins at home: Stowe's antislavery novels and the forms of benevolent citizenship -- "Save us from our friends": free African Americans and the culture of benevolence.]

A Grand army of Black men : letters from African-American soldiers in the Union Army, 1861-1865 / Edwin S. Redkey, editor. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.

A hidden history : slavery, abolition, and the Underground Railroad in Cow Neck and on Long Island / Vahey, Mary Feeney. Port Washington, NY : Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, 1998. E445.N56 V34 1998bx   [Contents: Slavery in the New World -- Slavery on Long Island -- Religion and education -- The Free Produce Movement -- Phebe frees Rachel -- Abolitionists -- Underground Railroad -- Long Island Quakers help fugitive slaves -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Aftermath of slavery in America -- Genealogy -- Will of Thomas Pearsall -- Important dates. ]

His promised land : the autobiography of John P. Parker, former slave and conductor on the underground railroad / John P. Parker ; Stuart Seely Sprague; editor. New York : Norton, 1996.

The history of the New York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787 to the present time, embracing a period of more than forty years; also a brief account of the successful labors of the New York Manumission Society, with an appendix ..., / Charles C. Andrews. New York : Negro Universities Press, 1969. LC2803.N5A5 1969

"I am going to be Thomas Day" / Michael Durham. American Legacy, 3(4) : 22-30, Winter 1998.   The extraordinary life of African-American furniture maker Thomas Day of North Carolina

I thought my soul would rise and fly : the diary of Patsy, a freed girl / Joyce Hansen. New York : Scholastic, 1997.

John Mercer Langston and the fight for Black freedom, 1829-65 / William Cheek and Aimee Lee Cheek. Urbana, IL : University of Illinois Press, 1989. E185.97.L27C48 1989

"Jubilee/Juneteenth : how our people celebrated freedom time" / Angela P. Dodson, compiler ; A'Lelia P. Bundles, introduction. Black Issues Book Review, 5(3) : 16-22, May/June 2003.   [A defining moment and a glance at the emancipation day and what it meant to be the liberated slave. An explanation of the Jubilee, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the June Nineteenth Galveston, Texas Jubilation Day are given.]

"Juneteenth in Texas" / Henry Chase. American Visions, 12(3) : 44-47, June/July 1997.

"Modern day emancipation" / Katti Gray. Newsday, October 5, 1999, B6-B8. Increasingly, "slavery symposiums" - including a five-day forum at NYU beginning today - ponder the aftereffects of servitude in today's black community.

"Myrtilla Milner : determined school founder with Frederick Douglass" / Paul Phillips Cooke. Negro History Bulletin, 45(4) : 104-106, December 1982.

A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834 / Williams, James ; Paton, Diana, editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001. F1886 .W56 2001

New York City's African slaveowners : a social and material culture history / Sherrill D. Wilson. New York : Garland, 1994.

Our land before we die : the proud story of the Seminole negro / Jeff Guinn and Jeremy P. Tarcher. New York : Putnam, 2002.   [An inside look into the life of these black indians as told in a narrative form depicting the "history of the runaway slaves who fled to the Florida Everglades to live beside the Seminole Indians."]

Pamphlets of protest : an anthology of early African-American protest literature, 1790-1860 / Newman, Richard, Rael, Patrick, and Lapsansky, Phillip, editors. New York : Routledge, 2001. E184.6 .P36 2001

"Portrait of Natchez" / Joan W. Gandy. American Legacy, 6(3):51-58, Fall 2000. [Free Blacks living as prominent citizens in Natchez during Reconstruction. Includes rare photographs.]

Reclaiming the political in Latin American history : essays from the North / Joseph, G. M., editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001. F1409.7 .R43 2001   [Includes: The decline of the progressive planter and the rise of subaltern agency : shifting narratives of slave emancipation in Brazil / Barbara Weinstein -- The flight from the fields reconsidered : gender ideologies and women's labor after slavery in Jamaica / Diana Paton.]

Remembering slavery : African Americans talk about their personal experiences of slavery and freedom / edited by Ira Berlin, Marc Favreau, and Steven F. Miller. New York : The New Press ; Washington, D.C. : in association with The Library of Congress, c1998. E443 .R46 1998x

"Retracing history" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday, November 2, 1999, B1, B6-B8. A Roosevelt church journeys north to trace the path of liberated slaves who found freedom in Nova Scotia

Shadrach Minkins : from fugitive slave to citizen / Gary Collison. Cambridge, MA. : Harvard University Press, 1997.

Slavery and freedom in the rural North : African Americans in Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1665-1865 / Graham Russell Hodges. Madison [Wis.] : Madison House, 1997. F142.M7 H66 1997

The slaves of liberty : freedom in Amite County, Mississippi, 1820-1868 / Dale Edwyna Smith. New York : Garland Pub., 1999. F347.A5 S64 1999

Slaves without masters : the free Negro in the antebellum South / Ira Berlin. New York : Vintage Books, 1976. E185.18.B47 1976

Somewhat more independent : the end of slavery in New York City, 1770-1810 / Shane White. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1991. F128.44.W54 1991

"Soon, Juneteenth : a day of celebration for emancipation" / Olivia Winslow. Newsday, June 14, 2000, B3, B11. [Slaves in Texas learned of their freedom from Union Soldiers on June 19, 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation. These celebrations are now spreading to other regions of the USA.]

Stories of freedom in Black New York / White, Shane. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002. F128.9.N4 W48 2002

"They brought the Jubilee" / Andrew Ward. American Heritage, 65-73, July/August 2000. [How a small group of former slaves taught the world about black music, the promise of emancipation, and the meaning of the Civil War.]

Two biographies by African-American women [William Wells Brown and Martin Robison Delany]/ Josephine Brown and Frank A. Rollin. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. E185.96.T88 1991

The unboxing of Henry Brown / Ruggles, Jeffrey. Richmond, Va. : Library of Virginia, 2003. E450 .R85 2003

The underside of Reconstruction New York : the struggle over the issue of Black equality / Ena L. Farley. New York : Garland Pub., 1993.

"A voice raised for freedom : after two years on Long Island, a fugitive slave grew up to become a well-known abolitionist" / Lawrence Striegal. Newsday, A35, January 2, 2001.   About Henry Highland Garnett's life on Long Island and New York City.

The war was you and me : civilians in the American Civil War / Cashin, Joan E, editor. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2002. E468.9 .W28 2002   [Includes: Slaves, emancipation, and the powers of war : views from the Natchez district of Mississippi / Anthony E. Kaye.]

The waterman's song : slavery and freedom in maritime North Carolina / by David S. Cecelski. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, c2001. E444.N8 C43 2001



FREE BLACKS - SLAVEOWNERS

Islam : enduring myths and changing realities / Syed, Aslam. Thousand Oaks, CA ; London : Sage Publications, 2003. H1 .A4 v. 588   [Includes: White slaves, African masters / Paul Baepler.]

The known world / Jones, Edward P. New York : Amistad, 2003. PS3560.O4813 K58 2003   [Novel about African American slaveholders.]

"The man in the middle : the black slave driver" / Randall M. Miller. American Heritage, 30(6) : 40-49, October/November 1979.

New York City's African slaveowners : a social and material culture history / Sherrill D. Wilson. New York : Garland, 1994.


HEALTH AND PSYCHOLOGY

The backbone of history : health and nutrition in the Western Hemisphere / Steckel, Richard H. and Rose, Jerome Carl, editors. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. E59.F63 B33 2002   [Includes: The health of slaves and free blacks in the east / Ted A. Rathbun and Richard H. Steckel.]

Beyond ebonics : linguistic pride and racial prejudice / John Baugh. Oxford : New York ; Oxford University Press, c2000. PE3102.N42 B37 2000

Cultural trauma : slavery and the formation of African American identity / Eyerman, Ron. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001. E185.625 .E96 2001

Liberation by oppression : a comparative study of slavery and psychiatry / Szasz, Thomas Stephen. New Brunswick, NJ : Transaction Publishers, 2002. RC443 .S98 2002

Slavery and medicine : enslavement and medical practices in antebellum Louisiana / Katherine Bankole. New York : Garland Pub., 1998. R233.B36 1998

Working cures : healing, health, and power on southern slave plantations / Fett, Sharla M. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2002. RA448.5.N4 F48 2002


IMAGES
See also: Arts and Music

The darkness and the light : photographs / Doris Ulmann ; preface by William Clift ; with A new heaven and a new earth by Robert Coles. Millerton, NY : Aperture, 1974. E185.86.U46 1974

An illustrated history of Black Americans / John Hope Franklin and the editors of Time-Life Books. New York : Time-Life Books, 1970. E185.F826

Jacob Lawrence : the Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman series of 1938-40 / Ellen Harkins Wheat. Hampton, VA : Hampton University Museum in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1991. ND237.L29W48 1991

Lest we forget : the passage from Africa to slavery and emancipation / Velma Maia Thomas. (a three-dimensional book with photographs and documents from the Black holocaust exhibit). New York : Crown Publishers, 1997.

One more river to cross : an African American photograph album / Walter Dean Myers. New York : Harcourt Brace, 1995.

A Pictorial history of African Americans / Langston Hughes, M. Meltzer, C.E. Lincoln, and J.M. Spencer. New York : Crown Publishers, 1995. E185.H83 1995

The planter's prospect : privilege and slavery in plantation paintings / Vlach, John Michael. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2002. ND1351.5 .V58 2002

"Portrait of Natchez" / Joan W. Gandy. American Legacy, 6(3):51-58, Fall 2000. [Thousands of photographs rescued from near ruin reveal a city's thriving black Reconstruction Era community.]

"Slavery seen then, now : a show of historical evidence and modern works" / Margaret Moorman. Newsday (Art Section, Part 2), B19, December 9, 1994.

Slaves on screen : film and historical vision / Natalie Zemon Davis. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2000. PN1995.9.S557 D38 2000

Soldiers, sailors, slaves, and ships : the Civil War photographs of Henry P. Moore / W. Jeffrey Bolster and Hilary Anderson. Concord, N.H. : New Hampshire Historical Society, 1999. E468.7 .B67 1999bx

"Struggle for freedom" / African American Heritage Series, Collector's Edition. (VHS tapes in two parts, 82 minutes). Plymouth, MN : Simitar Entertainment, Inc., 1993.

To be a slave / Julius Lester ; illustrated by Tom Feelings. New York : Dial Press, 1968. E444.L47

The underground railroad / Raymond Bial. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1995.

The underground railroad, official map and guide/ United States. Department of the Interior. National Park Service. [Washington, D.C.?] : The Service, [1996] Government Information I 29.6/6 :R 13

"When slaves and currency were one : interpreting the images of toil on Confederacy's money" / David Firestone. New York Times, E1 & E3, March 6, 2001.   About artist and illustrator John W. Jones' 30 paintings taken from Confederate money on exhibit at College of Charleston in South Carolina.


LITERATURE
See also: Literary Criticism and Slave Narratives

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn : Tom Sawyer's comrade ... / Mark Twain ; illustrated by E.W. Kemble and John Harley ; editors, Victor Fischer and Lin Salamo with Harriet Elinor Smith and the late Walter Blair. Berkeley : University of California Press, c2001. PS1305.A2 F5 2001

The African / Harold Courlander. New York : H. Holt, 1993. PS3505.O885A69 1993

African American humor : the best Black comedy from slavery to today / Watkins, Mel, editor. Chicago, Ill. : Lawrence Hill Books, 2002. PN6231.N5 A37 2002

Amazing grace : an anthology of poems about slavery, 1660-1810 / Basker, James G., editor. New Haven : Yale University Press, 2002. PR1195.S44 A45 2002

Amistad / Alexs Pate. (A novel based on the screenplay by David Franzoni and Steven Zaillian.) New York : Dreamworks; Signet; Penguin Putnam, 1997.

Aphra Behn's afterlife / Jane Spencer. New York : Oxford University Press, 2000. PR3317.Z5 S64 2000

Beloved : a novel / Toni Morrison. (National bestseller and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction) New York : Plume, 1988. PS3563.O8749B4 1988bx

The Black bard of North Carolina : George Moses Horton and his poetry / George Moses Horton ; edited by Joan R. Sherman. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1997. PS1999.H473 A6 1997

The bondwoman's narrative / Hannah Crafts ; edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York : Warner Books, c2002. PS1449.C673 B66 2002b

Cloudsplitter : a novel / Banks, Russell. New York : HarperFlamingo, 1998. PS3552.A49 C57 1998   [Novel about John Brown.]

Communion : poems, 1976-1998 / Primus St. John. Port Townsend, Wash. : Copper Canyon Press, c1999. PS3569.A454 C66 1999

The confessions of Nat Turner / William Styron. New York : Random House, 1967. PS3569.T9C6 1967

The darker face of the earth : a verse play in fourteen scenes / Rita Dove. Brownsville, OR : Story Line Press, 1994. PS3554.O884D68 1994

Dessa Rose / Sherley Anne Williams. New York : Quill, 1999. PS3573.I45546 D47 1999

Echo of lions / Barbara Chase-Riboud. New York : Morrow, 1989. PS3553.H336E24 1989bx   [novel about the Amistad]

I thought my soul would rise and fly : the diary of Patsy, a freed girl / Joyce Hansen. New York : Scholastic, 1997.

The known world / Jones, Edward P. New York : Amistad, 2003. PS3560.O4813 K58 2003   [Novel about African American slaveholders.]

The longest memory : a novel / Fred D'Aguiar. New York : Pantheon Books, 1994. PR9320.9.D34L66 1994

Master of the crossroads / Madison Smartt Bell. New York : Penguin Books, 2001, c2000. PS3552.E517 M37 2001   [Novel about Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution]

Middle passage / Charles Johnson. New York : Atheneum, 1990. PS3560.O3735M5 1990

Sacred hunger / Barry Unsworth. New York : Doubleday, 1992. PR6071.N8S3 1992

Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Life among the lowly; The minister's wooing; Oldtown folks / Harriet Beecher Stowe. New York : Literary Classics of the United States, 1982. PS2951.5.S5 1982

Writings on slavery and the American Civil War / Martineau, Harriet ; Logan, Deborah Anna, editor. DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, 2002. E449 .M388 2002



LITERATURE - CRITICISM
See also: William Wells Brown, Jupiter Hammon, Toni Morrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Mark Twain

Black imagination and the middle passage / edited by Maria Diedrich, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Carl Pedersen. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. PS153.N5 B554 1999

Black women writers and the American neo-slave narrative : femininity unfettered / Elizabeth Ann Beaulieu. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999. PS374.S58 B43 1999

Captivity and sentiment : cultural exchange in American literature, 1682-1861 / Michelle Burnham. Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, c1997. PS186 .B87 1997

Classic African American women's narratives / Andrews, William L. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. PS647.A35 C56 2003   [Includes: Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a northern slave / Sojourner Truth -- Our nig; or, sketches from the life of a free black, in a two-story white house, North / Harriet E. Wilson -- Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Harriet A. Jacobs.]

Colonialism and gender relations from Mary Wollstonecraft to Jamaica Kincaid : East Caribbean connections / Moira Ferguson. New York : Columbia University Press, 1993. PR129.C37F47 1993

The Culture of sentiment : race, gender, and sentimentality in nineteenth-century America / Shirley Samuels, editor. New York : Oxford University Press, 1992. PS217.S55C85 1992

(Dis)forming the American canon : African-Arabic slave narratives and the vernacular / Ronald A.T. Judy. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1993. PS366.A35J83 1993

Dislocating the color line : identity, hybridity, and singularity in African American narrative / Samira Kawash. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, c1997. PS153.N5 K38 1997

Domestic abolitionism and juvenile literature, 1830-1865 / De Rosa, Deborah C. Albany : State University of New York Press, 2003. PS217.S55 D4 2003

The freedom to remember : narrative, slavery, and gender in contemporary Black women's fiction / Mitchell, Angelyn. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2002. PS374.S58 M58 2002

Genius in bondage : literature of the early Black Atlantic / Carretta, Vincent and Gould, Philip, editors. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, 2001. PR9341 .G46 2001

The grammar of good intentions : race and the antebellum culture of benevolence / Ryan, Susan M. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2003. PS217.R28 R93 2003   [Includes: Charity begins at home: Stowe's antislavery novels and the forms of benevolent citizenship -- "Save us from our friends": free African Americans and the culture of benevolence.]

Louisa May Alcott on race, sex, and slavery / Louisa May Alcott ; edited with an introduction by Sarah Elbert. Boston : Northeastern University Press, c1997. PS1016 .E43 1997

Master plots : race and the founding of an American literature, 1787-1845 / Jared Gardner. Baltimore, Md. : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. PS208 .G37 1998

Mothering across cultures : postcolonial representations / Reyes, Angelita Dianne. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2002. PN56.3.B55 R49 2002

Nat Turner before the bar of judgment : fictional treatments of the Southampton slave insurrection / Mary Kemp Davis. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c1999. PS374.S725 D38 1999

Neo-slave narratives : studies in the social logic of a literary form / Ashraf H.A. Rushdy. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. PS374.S58 R87 1999

"On long-lost pages, a female slave's voice" / David D. Kirkpatrick. New York Times, A1 & A26, November 11, 2001.   [This front page report is the story behind the finding of a 300 page handwritten manuscript entitled, "The bondswoman's narrative," written and signed by the slave, Hannah Crafts, who ran away from John Wheeler. It is believed to be a primary resource, for it recorded the words and thoughts and feelings dealing with slavery during that period. The book, which was purchased by Harvard scholar, Henry Gates Jr, may prove to be the earliest novel written by a female African American slave and the earliest novel by a black woman anywhere.]

The origins of African American literature, 1680-1865 / Bruce, Dickson D. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 2001. PS153.N5 B78 2001

Out of the mouths of slaves : African-American oral history, horror & humor / edited by Carole S. Marsh. Atlanta, GA : Gallopade Publishing Group, 1998. Instructional Media Center Reference E443 .O886 1998x

Personal property : wives, white slaves, and the market in women / Margit Stange. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. PS374 .W6 S74 1998

Postslavery literatures in the Americas : family portraits in black and white / George B. Handley. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 2000. PS374.S58 H36 2000

Race, citizenship, and law in American literature / by Gregg Crane. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. PS169.L37 C73 2002

Radical narratives of the Black Atlantic / Rice, Alan J. London ; New York : Continuum, 2003. E185 .R49 2003   [Includes: Funky eruptions and chain-dancing to freedom : the implications of Toni Morrison's radical style in The bluest eye, Tar Baby and Beloved -- 'The dogs of Old England meet the lions of the New World' : the travels of Frederick Douglass and Paul Robeson in the Black Atlantic and the development of a 'strategic Anglophilia' -- and more.]

Reading Africa into American literature : epics, fables, and gothic tales / Keith Cartwright. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c2002. PS159.A35 C37 2002

Remembering generations : race and family in contemporary African American fiction / Ashraf H.A. Rushdy. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2001. PS374.N4 R87 2001

The representation of slavery in Cuban fiction / Lorna Valerie Williams. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1994. PQ7382.W55 1994

Romancing the shadow : Poe and race / edited by J. Gerald Kennedy and Liliane Weissberg. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2001. PS2642.R25 R66 2001

Romanticism and slave narratives : transatlantic testimonies / Helen Thomas. Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000. PR448.S55 T48 2000

Slavery and the Romantic imagination / Lee, Debbie. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. PR468.S55 L44 2002

Slavery, empathy, and pornography / Wood, Marcus. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. PR448.S55 W66 2002

Southern womanhood and slavery : a biography of Louisa S. McCord, 1810-1879 / Fought, Leigh. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003. PS2355.M6 Z67 2003

Staging the rage : the web of misogyny in modern drama / edited by Katherine H. Burkman and Judith Roof. Madison, NJ : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998. PN1650.W65 S72 1998   Includes: A nation's meta-language : misogyny in Amiri Baraka's Dutchman and The slave / Beth McCoy

Subject to others : British women writers and colonial slavery, 1670-1834 / Moira Ferguson. New York : Routledge, 1992. PR408.S57F47 1992

Subjects of slavery, agents of change : women and power in Gothic novels and slave narratives, 1790-1865 / Kari J. Winter. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1992. PS152.W56 1992

Sympathy in American literature : American sentiments from Jefferson to the Jameses / Boudreau, Kristin. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2002. PS169.S93 B68 2002

Thackeray and slavery / Deborah A. Thomas. Athens : Ohio University Press, 1993. PR5642.S56T48 1993

Touching liberty : abolition, feminism, and the politics of the body / Karen Sanchez-Eppler. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. PS217.S55S26 1993

The trials of Anthony Burns : freedom and slavery in Emerson's Boston / Albert J. Von Frank. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1998. E450.B93 V66 1998

The trials of Phillis Wheatley : America's first Black poet and her encounters with the founding fathers / Gates, Henry Louis. New York : Basic Civitas Books, 2003. PS866.W5 Z595 2003

Truth stranger than fiction : race, realism, and the U.S. literary marketplace / Rohrbach, Augusta. New York : Palgrave, 2002. PS374.R32 R64 2002   [Includes: Making it real: the impact of slave narratives on the literary marketplace.]

Victorian poetry as cultural critique : the politics of performative language / Slinn, E. Warwick. Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2003. PR595.H5 S58 2003   [Includes: The mark as matrix : subject(ion) and agency in Barrett Browning's "The runaway slave at Pilgrim's Point".]

The voices of African American women : the use of narrative and authorial voice in the works of Harriet Jacobs, Zora Neale Hurston, and Alice Walker / Yvonne Johnson. New York : P. Lang, c1998. PS153.N5 J65 1998

William Styron's Nat Turner : ten black writers respond / John Henrik Clarke, editor. Boston : Beacon Press, 1968. PS3569.T9 C633

Writings on Black women of the diaspora : history, language, and identity / Lean'tin L. Bracks. New York : Garland Pub., 1998. PS374.N4 B64 1998



LITERATURE - WILLIAM WELLS BROWN

Black men in chains : narratives by escaped slaves / Charles H. Nichols, editor. (Contents: Gustavus Vassa, Nat Turner, Moses Roper, Frederick Douglass, Lunsford Lane, Moses Grandy, William Wells Brown, James W.C. Pennington, Henry "Box" Brown, Solomon Northup, John Thompson, Josiah "Uncle Tom" Henson, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, Israel Campbell, William Parker). New York : L. Hill, 1972.

Clotel, or the president's daughter : a narrative of slave life in the United States / William Wells Brown. New York, Arno Press, 1969. PS1139.B9C5 1969x

Pamphlets of protest : an anthology of early African-American protest literature, 1790-1860 / Newman, Richard, Rael, Patrick, and Lapsansky, Phillip, editors. New York : Routledge, 2001. E184.6 .P36 2001

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]

The travels of William Wells Brown, including The narrative of William Wells Brown, a fugitive slave, and The American fugitive in Europe, sketches of places and people abroad / William Wells Brown ; Paul Jefferson. editor. New York : M. Weiner Pub., 1991.

Two biographies by African-American women [William Wells Brown and Martin Robison Delany]/ Josephine Brown and Frank A. Rollin. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. E185.96.T88 1991



LITERATURE - JUPITER HAMMON

America's first Negro poet; the complete works of Jupiter Hammon of Long Island / Jupiter Hammon ; edited with an introduction by Stanley Austin Ransom, Jr. Biographical sketch of Jupiter Hammon by Oscar Wegelin. Critical analysis of the works of Jupiter Hammon by Vernon Loggins. Port Washington, NY : I.J. Friedman Division, Kennikat Press, 1970. PS767 .H15 1970

Genius in bondage : literature of the early Black Atlantic / Carretta, Vincent and Gould, Philip, editors. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, 2001. PR9341 .G46 2001

Jupiter Hammon and the biblical beginnings of African-American literature / Sondra A. O'Neale. Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press; [Philadelphia] : American Theological Library Association, 1993. PS767.H15Z75 1993

"A slave and a poet : Jupiter Hammon of Lloyd Neck, subservient or subversive?" / George DeWan. Newsday, [Long Island, Our Story] : A21, January 29, 1988.



LITERATURE - TONI MORRISON

Beloved : a novel / Toni Morrison. (National bestseller and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction) New York : Plume, 1988. PS3563.O8749B4 1988bx

Critical essays on Toni Morrison's Beloved / edited by Barbara H. Solomon. New York : G.K. Hall ; London : Prentice Hall International, c1998. PS3563.O8749 B434 1998

The freedom to remember : narrative, slavery, and gender in contemporary Black women's fiction / Mitchell, Angelyn. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2002. PS374.S58 M58 2002

Radical narratives of the Black Atlantic / Rice, Alan J. London ; New York : Continuum, 2003. E185 .R49 2003   [Includes: Funky eruptions and chain-dancing to freedom : the implications of Toni Morrison's radical style in The bluest eye, Tar Baby and Beloved -- 'The dogs of Old England meet the lions of the New World' : the travels of Frederick Douglass and Paul Robeson in the Black Atlantic and the development of a 'strategic Anglophilia' -- and more.]

Toni Morrison's Beloved : a casebook / edited by William L. Andrews, Nellie Y. McKay. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. PS3563.O8749 B438 1999

Writings on Black women of the diaspora : history, language, and identity / Lean'tin L. Bracks. New York : Garland Pub., 1998. PS374.N4 B64 1998



LITERATURE - HARRIET BEECHER STOWE

Approaches to teaching Stowe's Uncle Tom's cabin / edited by Elizabeth Ammons and Susan Belasco. New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2000. PS2954.U6 A66 2000

Black men in chains : narratives by escaped slaves / Charles H. Nichols, editor. (Contents: Gustavus Vassa, Nat Turner, Moses Roper, Frederick Douglass, Lunsford Lane, Moses Grandy, William Wells Brown, James W.C. Pennington, Henry "Box" Brown, Solomon Northup, John Thompson, Josiah "Uncle Tom" Henson, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, Israel Campbell, William Parker). New York : L. Hill, 1972.

The grammar of good intentions : race and the antebellum culture of benevolence / Ryan, Susan M. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2003. PS217.R28 R93 2003   [Includes: Charity begins at home: Stowe's antislavery novels and the forms of benevolent citizenship -- "Save us from our friends": free African Americans and the culture of benevolence.]

Harriet Beecher Stowe : a life / Joan D. Hedrick. New York : Oxford University Press, 1994. PS2956.H43 1994

Martin Delany, Frederick Douglass, and the politics of representative identity / Robert S. Levine. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1997. PS366.A35 L48 1997

Race, citizenship, and law in American literature / by Gregg Crane. New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. PS169.L37 C73 2002

The Stowe debate : rhetorical strategies in Uncle Tom's cabin / Mason I. Lowance Jr., Ellen E. Westbrook, and R.C. De Prospo, editors. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 1994. PS2954.U53S76 1994

Uncle Tom's cabin, or, Life among the lowly; The minister's wooing; Oldtown folks / Harriet Beecher Stowe. New York : Literary Classics of the United States, 1982. PS2951.5.S5 1982

Uncle Tom's cabin : (1852) / George L. Aiken and George C. Howard; edited by Thomas Riis [play based on the novel]. New York : Garland, 1994. PS1006.A75U54 1994

"Uncle Tom's Cabin : before and after the Jim Crow Era" / Michele Wallace. TDR : The Drama Review, 44(1): 137-156, Spring 2000. [Discusses how this story has been portrayed on film over time.]

Uncle Tom's cabin : evil, affliction, and redemptive love / Josephine Donovan. Boston : Twayne, 1991. PS2954.U6D66 1991

Up from slavery and other early Black narratives / Booker T. Washington and others. [also includes Mary Prince, Josiah Henson ("Uncle Tom"), William and Ellen Craft, Bethany Veney, Annie L. Burton.] (The New York Public Library collector's edition.) New York : Doubleday, 1998. E185.97.W4A3 1998



LITERATURE - MARK TWAIN

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn : Tom Sawyer's comrade ... / Mark Twain ; illustrated by E.W. Kemble and John Harley ; editors, Victor Fischer and Lin Salamo with Harriet Elinor Smith and the late Walter Blair. Berkeley : University of California Press, c2001. PS1305.A2 F5 2001

Black, white, and Huckleberry Finn : re-imagining the American dream / Elaine Mensh and Harry Mensh. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, c2000. PS1305 .M46 2000

Huckleberry Finn as idol and target : the functions of criticism in our time / Jonathan Arac. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, c1997. PS1305 .A89 1997

The Jim dilemma : reading race in Huckleberry Finn / Jocelyn Chadwick-Joshua. Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 1998. PS1305 .C45 1998

Searching for Jim : slavery in Sam Clemens's world / Dempsey, Terrell. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003. PS1342.S58 D46 2003


NATIVE AMERICANS

Africans and Seminoles : from removal to Emancipation / Daniel F. Littlefield, Jr. Westport, CT : Greenwood Press, 1977. E99.S28 L57

Black Indians : a hidden heritage / William Loren Katz. New York : Atheneum, 1986.

Captives & cousins : slavery, kinship, and community in the Southwest borderlands / Brooks, James. Chapel Hill, N.C. : Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, University of North Carolina Press, 2002. F790.A1B76 2002

Confounding the color line : the Indian-Black experience in North America / Brooks, James, editor. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2002. E98.R28 C66 2002

Contested territory : whites, Native Americans, and African Americans in Oklahoma, 1865-1907 / Murray R. Wickett. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c2000. F705.A1 W53 2000

The Indian slave trade : the rise of the English empire in the American South, 1670-1717 / Gallay, Alan. New Haven : Yale University Press, 2002. HT1162 .G35 2002

Our land before we die : the proud story of the Seminole negro / Jeff Guinn and Jeremy P. Tarcher. New York : Putnam, 2002.   [An inside look into the life of these black indians as told in a narrative form depicting the "history of the runaway slaves who fled to the Florida Everglades to live beside the Seminole Indians."]


RELIGION

The Black churches of Brooklyn / Clarence Taylor. New York : Columbia University Press, 1994. BR563.N4 T38 1994

Catholicism and American freedom : a history / McGreevy, John T. New York : W.W. Norton, 2003. BX1406.3 .M36 2003   [Includes: Catholicism, slavery, and the cause of liberty.]

For God and Mammon : evangelicals and entrepreneurs, masters and slaves in territorial Kansas, 1854-1860 / Gunja SenGupta. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F686.S46 1996

"Friends in the spirit : African Americans and the challenge of Quaker liberalism, 1776-1915" / Lynda R. Day. Long Island Historical Journal, 10(1): 1-16, Fall 1997.

A hidden history : slavery, abolition, and the Underground Railroad in Cow Neck and on Long Island / Vahey, Mary Feeney. Port Washington, NY : Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, 1998. E445.N56 V34 1998bx   [Contents: Slavery in the New World -- Slavery on Long Island -- Religion and education -- The Free Produce Movement -- Phebe frees Rachel -- Abolitionists -- Underground Railroad -- Long Island Quakers help fugitive slaves -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Aftermath of slavery in America -- Genealogy -- Will of Thomas Pearsall -- Important dates. ]

Imagining grace : liberating theologies in the slave narrative tradition / Kimberly Rae Connor. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2000. BT83.57 .C68 2000

In the image of God : religion, moral values, and our heritage of slavery / David Brion Davis. New Haven : Yale University Press, c2001. HT871 .D28 2001

Islam : enduring myths and changing realities / Syed, Aslam. Thousand Oaks, CA ; London : Sage Publications, 2003. H1 .A4 v. 588   [Includes: White slaves, African masters / Paul Baepler.]

Islam's Black slaves : the other Black diaspora / Ronald Segal. New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001. Slavery -- Islamic countries -- History. HT919 .S45 2001

Jupiter Hammon and the biblical beginnings of African-American literature / Sondra A. O'Neale. Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press; [Philadelphia] : American Theological Library Association, 1993. PS767.H15Z75 1993

Noah's curse : the biblical justification of American slavery / Haynes, Stephen R. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. BS1235.2 .H357 2002

Sensory worlds in early America / Hoffer, Peter Charles. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. E188 .H75 2003   [Includes: Other worlds : slave revolts and religious awakenings.]

Servants of Allah : African Muslims enslaved in the Americas / Sylviane A. Diouf. New York : New York University Press, c1998. E443 .D56 1998

Slave missions and the Black church in the antebellum South / Janet Duitsman Cornelius. Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1999. E449 .C82 1999

Slave religion : the "invisible institution" in the Antebellum South / Albert J. Raboteau. New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. BR563.N4R25

Slavery in early Christianity / Glancy, Jennifer A. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. HT913 .G53 2002

Theology in America : Christian thought from the age of the Puritans to the Civil War / Holifield, E. Brooks. New Haven, CT : Yale University Press, 2003. BT30.U6 H65 2003   [Includes: The dilemma of slavery.]

Three prize essays on American slavery : liberty or slavery, the great national question. (Contents : The error and the duty in regard to slavery, by R. B. Thurston -- Friendly letters to a Christian slaveholder, by A. C. Baldwin -- Is American slavery an institution which Christianity sanctions, and will perpetuate? by T. Williston.) Miami, FL : Mnemosyne Pub. Co., 1969 (1857). E449.L7 1969

Tituba, reluctant witch of Salem : devilish Indians and Puritan fantasies / Elaine G. Breslaw. New York : New York University Press, 1996. F2230.2.A7T573 1996

"When I can read my title clear" : literacy, slavery, and religion in the antebellum South / Janet Duitsman Cornelius. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1991. E44.C7 1991

Women in the church : moving toward equality / Massey, Lesly F. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 2002. BV639.W7 M33 2002   [Includes: The anti-slavery movement and modern feminism.]


REPARATIONS

"Alive and well : children of slaves are still living and calling for reparations" / Tatsha Robertson. Crisis, 110(3) : 24-29, May/June 2003.   [In America, the period of slavery is still new enough to have siblings who are now living and recalling their parents' lives as American slaves. These surviving elderly African Americans have tangible evidence and memories of having slave parents. These descendents are now calling for meaningful reparations for the past labor which helped several major corporations to become wealthy American institutions. The descendents of Andrew Jackson Hurdle are the central part of this article.]

Discrimination / Williams, Mary E., editor. San Diego : Greenhaven Press, 2003. JC599.U5 D56 2003   [Includes: The United States should pay reparations for slavery / Ronald Walters -- The United States should not pay reparations for slavery / Robert Tracinski.]

Holocaust justice : the battle for restitution in America's courts / Bazyler, Michael J. New York : New York University Press, 2003. KF6075 .B39 2003   [Includes: German industry and its slaves.]

Imperfect justice : looted assets, slave labor, and the unfinished business of World War II / Eizenstat, Stuart. New York : Public Affairs, 2003. D804.7.E26 E59 2003

"Newspoints, deals, trends and people : sins of the past" / K. Terrell Reed. Black Enterprise, 32(11) : 35-36, June 2002.   [Activists seek reparations from U.S. government and corporations with ties to slavery.]

Politics and the past : on repairing historical injustices. Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003. KZ6785 .P65 2003   [Includes: Calculating slavery reparations : theory, numbers, and implications / Dalton Conley.]

"Slavery reparation suit seen as first of many" / Anthony M. DeStefano. Newsday, A22, March 27 2002.


SLAVE NARRATIVES
see also William Wells Brown, Frederick Douglass, and Harriet Jacobs

Act like you know : African-American autobiography and white identity / Crispin Sartwell. Chicago, IL : University of Chicago Press, 1998. PS366.A35 S27 1998

African American frontiers : slave narratives and oral histories / Alan Govenar. Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2000. E444 .G68 2000

Before freedom, when I just can remember : twenty-seven oral histories of former South Carolina slaves / Belinda Hurmence, editor. Winston-Salem, NC : John F. Blair, 1994.

Black men in chains : narratives by escaped slaves / Charles H. Nichols, editor. (Contents: Gustavus Vassa, Nat Turner, Moses Roper, Frederick Douglass, Lunsford Lane, Moses Grandy, William Wells Brown, James W.C. Pennington, Henry "Box" Brown, Solomon Northup, John Thompson, Josiah "Uncle Tom" Henson, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, Israel Campbell, William Parker). New York : L. Hill, 1972.

Black slave narratives. / John F. Bayliss, editor. New York : Macmillan, 1970. E444.B23

Black voyage : eyewitness accounts of the Atlantic slave trade / Thomas Howard, editor. Boston : Little, Brown, 1971.

The bondwoman's narrative / Hannah Crafts ; edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York : Warner Books, c2002. PS1449.C673 B66 2002b

Bullwhip days, the slaves remember : an oral history / James Mellon, editor. New York : Avon Books, 1990.

The Civil War chronicle : the only day-by-day portrait of America's tragic conflict as told by soldiers, journalists, politicians, farmers, nurses, slaves, and other eyewitnesses / Gallman, J. Matthew, Rubel, David, and Shorto, Russell, editors. New York : Crown Publishers, 2000. E655 .C49 2000

Clotel, or the president's daughter : a narrative of slave life in the United States / William Wells Brown. New York, Arno Press, 1969. PS1139.B9C5 1969x

"Dear Master" : letters of a slave family / Randall M. Miller , editor. Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press, 1978. E444.D42

(Dis)forming the American canon : African-Arabic slave narratives and the vernacular / Ronald A.T. Judy. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1993. PS366.A35J83 1993

Five slave narratives : a compendium. (Reprinted from copies in the Moorland-Spingarn collection, Howard University and at the New York Public Library). New York : Arno Press, 1968. E444.F52

Genius in bondage : literature of the early Black Atlantic / Carretta, Vincent and Gould, Philip, editors. Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, 2001. PR9341 .G46 2001

God made man, man made the slave : the autobiography of George Teamoh / George Teamoh ; edited by F.N. Boney, Richard L. Hume, and Rafia Zafar. Macon, GA : Mercer University Press, 1990.

Great slave narratives / Selected and introduced by Arna Bontemps. Boston : Beacon Press, 1969.

His promised land : the autobiography of John P. Parker, former slave and conductor on the underground railroad / John P. Parker ; Stuart Seely Sprague; editor. New York : Norton, 1996.

I thought my soul would rise and fly : the diary of Patsy, a freed girl / Joyce Hansen. New York : Scholastic, 1997.

Imagining grace : liberating theologies in the slave narrative tradition / Kimberly Rae Connor. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c2000. BT83.57 .C68 2000

"Jubilee/Juneteenth : how our people celebrated freedom time" / Angela P. Dodson, compiler ; A'Lelia P. Bundles, introduction. Black Issues Book Review, 5(3) : 16-22, May/June 2003.   [A defining moment and a glance at the emancipation day and what it meant to be the liberated slave. An explanation of the Jubilee, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the June Nineteenth Galveston, Texas Jubilation Day are given.]

A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834 / Williams, James ; Paton, Diana, editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001. F1886 .W56 2001

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass : an American slave, written by himself / Frederick Douglass. New York : New American Library, 1968. E449.D74906

"On long-lost pages, a female slave's voice" / David D. Kirkpatrick. New York Times, A1 & A26, November 11, 2001.   [This front page report is the story behind the finding of a 300 page handwritten manuscript entitled, "The bondswoman's narrative," written and signed by the slave, Hannah Crafts, who ran away from John Wheeler. It is believed to be a primary resource, for it recorded the words and thoughts and feelings dealing with slavery during that period. The book, which was purchased by Harvard scholar, Henry Gates Jr, may prove to be the earliest novel written by a female African American slave and the earliest novel by a black woman anywhere.]

Once a slave : the slave's view of slavery. / Stanley Feldstein ; introduction by Thomas P. Govan. New York, W. Morrow, 1971. E441.F44

The origins of African American literature, 1680-1865 / Bruce, Dickson D. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 2001. PS153.N5 B78 2001

Out of the mouths of slaves : African-American oral history, horror & humor / edited by Carole S. Marsh. Atlanta, GA : Gallopade Publishing Group, 1998. Instructional Media Center Reference E443 .O886 1998x

Radical narratives of the Black Atlantic / Rice, Alan J. London ; New York : Continuum, 2003. E185 .R49 2003   [Includes: Funky eruptions and chain-dancing to freedom : the implications of Toni Morrison's radical style in The bluest eye, Tar Baby and Beloved -- 'The dogs of Old England meet the lions of the New World' : the travels of Frederick Douglass and Paul Robeson in the Black Atlantic and the development of a 'strategic Anglophilia' -- and more.]

Remembering slavery : African Americans talk about their personal experiences of slavery and freedom / edited by Ira Berlin, Marc Favreau, and Steven F. Miller. New York : The New Press ; Washington, D.C. : in association with The Library of Congress, c1998. E443 .R46 1998x

Romanticism and slave narratives : transatlantic testimonies / Helen Thomas. Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000. PR448.S55 T48 2000

Six women's slave narratives / William L. Andrews, editor. (Schomburg library of nineteenth-century Black women writers.) New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. E444.S59 1988

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]

Slave testimony : two centuries of letters, speeches, interviews, and autobiographies / John W. Blassingame, editor. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1977. E444.S57

The slave who bought his freedom : [Olaudah] Equiano's story / Karen Kennerly. New York : Dutton, 1971. HT869.E6K45 1971

Slavery time when I was chillun down on marster's plantation : interviews with Georgia slaves / Ronald Killion and Charles Waller, editors. Savannah, GA : Beehive Press, 1973.

The Slave's narrative / Charles T. Davis and Henry Louis Gates, Jr., editors. Oxford [Oxfordshire] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1985. E444.S575 1985

Subjects of slavery, agents of change : women and power in Gothic novels and slave narratives, 1790-1865 / Kari J. Winter. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1992. PS152.W56 1992

The travels of William Wells Brown, including The narrative of William Wells Brown, a fugitive slave, and The American fugitive in Europe, sketches of places and people abroad / William Wells Brown ; Paul Jefferson. editor. New York : M. Weiner Pub., 1991.

The unboxing of Henry Brown / Ruggles, Jeffrey. Richmond, Va. : Library of Virginia, 2003. E450 .R85 2003

Up from slavery and other early Black narratives / Booker T. Washington and others. [also includes Mary Prince, Josiah Henson ("Uncle Tom"), William and Ellen Craft, Bethany Veney, Annie L. Burton.] (The New York Public Library collector's edition.) New York : Doubleday, 1998. E185.97.W4A3 1998



SLAVE NARRATIVES - HARRIET JACOBS

Black men in chains : narratives by escaped slaves / Charles H. Nichols, editor. (Contents: Gustavus Vassa, Nat Turner, Moses Roper, Frederick Douglass, Lunsford Lane, Moses Grandy, William Wells Brown, James W.C. Pennington, Henry "Box" Brown, Solomon Northup, John Thompson, Josiah "Uncle Tom" Henson, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, Israel Campbell, William Parker). New York : L. Hill, 1972.

Classic African American women's narratives / Andrews, William L. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. PS647.A35 C56 2003   [Includes: Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a northern slave / Sojourner Truth -- Our nig; or, sketches from the life of a free black, in a two-story white house, North / Harriet E. Wilson -- Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Harriet A. Jacobs.]

The freedom to remember : narrative, slavery, and gender in contemporary Black women's fiction / Mitchell, Angelyn. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2002. PS374.S58 M58 2002

Harriet Jacobs : a life / Yellin, Jean Fagan. New York : Basic Civitas Books, 2004. E444.J17 Y45 2004

Harriet Jacobs and incidents in the life of a slave girl : new critical essays / Rafia Zafar and Deborah Garfield, editors. Cambridge; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996. E444.J17H37 1996

Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Linda Brent [Harriet Ann Jacobs] ; edited by L. Maria Child ; new introduction and notes by Walter Teller. New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. E444.J17 1973b

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]

The voices of African American women : the use of narrative and authorial voice in the works of Harriet Jacobs, Zora Neale Hurston, and Alice Walker / Yvonne Johnson. New York : P. Lang, c1998. PS153.N5 J65 1998

Women coauthors / Laird, Holly A. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 2000. PR6003.U7 Z66 2000   [Includes: Black/White, author/editor friction: incidents in The life of a slave girl, written by herself.]


SLAVE RESISTANCE
See also: Amistad, Nat Turnar, Denmark Vesey, and Underground Railroad

Africa in America : slave acculturation and resistance in the American South and the British Caribbean, 1736-1831 / Michael Mullin. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1992. E443.M85 1992

"The bitter years of slavery : rebels, runaways and heroes" / John Hope Franklin. Life, 65(21) : 92-120, November 22, 1968.

David Walker's appeal, in four articles, together with a preamble, to the coloured citizens of the world, but in particular, and very expressly, to those of the United States of America / David Walker ; edited and with an introd. by Charles M. Wiltse. (first published by David Walker in September, 1829). New York : Hill and Wang, 1965.

"The flight of the Pearl" / Thomas Fleming. American Legacy, 6(2) : 65-72, Summer 2000.   [An escape plan by a group of slave runaways who, in 1848, took off by night aboard a ship named the Pearl, docked on the Potomac River in the nation's capital, Washington, DC.]

Ploughshares into swords : race, rebellion, and identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730-1810 / James Sidbury. New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997. Prosser, Gabriel, ca. 1775-1800. F234.R59 N477 1997

Rebels against slavery / Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick L. McKissack. New York : Scholastic, 1996.

A rumor of revolt : the "Great Negro Plot" in colonial New York / Thomas J. Davis. New York : Free Press, 1985. F128.4.D265 1985

Runaway slaves : rebels on the plantation / John Hope Franklin, Loren Schweninger. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. E447 .F7 1999

Sensory worlds in early America / Hoffer, Peter Charles. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. E188 .H75 2003   [Includes: Other worlds : slave revolts and religious awakenings.]

"Stealing a ship to freedom" / Sheila Turnage. American Legacy, 8(1): 70-76, Spring 2002.   [About the courageous act of the slave, Robert Smalls, who, in 1862, came out of Charleston, Virginia harbor with the hijacked Confederate ship, the Planter, and sailed on to freedom for himself and the other black slaves as they entered the Union Navy's camp. An excellent overview of his life before and after the American Civil War (1861-1865) is included.]

Water from the rock : Black resistance in a revolutionary age / Sylvia R. Frey. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1991. E269.N3F74 1991



SLAVE RESISTANCE - THE AMISTAD

Amistad / Alexs Pate. (A novel based on the screenplay by David Franzoni and Steven Zaillian.) New York : Dreamworks; Signet; Penguin Putnam, 1997.

Argument of John Quincy Adams before the Supreme Court of the United States, in the case of the United States, appellants, vs. Cinque, and others, Africans, captured in the Schooner Amistad, by Lieut. Gedney, delivered on the 24th of February and 1st of March, 1841. With a review of the case of the Antelope, reported in the 10th, 11th, and 12th volumes of Wheaton's Reports / John Quincy Adams. New York, Negro Universities Press, 1969. E447.A2 1969

Black mutiny : the revolt on the schooner Amistad / by William A. Owens. Baltimore, MD : Black Classic Press, c1997. E447 .O9 1997

Black odyssey; the case of the slave ship Amistad / Mary Cable. New York, Viking Press, 1971. E447.C24 1971

Echo of lions [novel about the Amistad] / Barbara Chase-Riboud. New York : Morrow, 1989. PS3553.H336E24 1989bx

"History sets sail" / George DeWan. Newsday, B6-B7, B11, March 22, 2000.   A reproduction of the schooner will be a mobile museum telling the story of the Amistad.

Mutiny on the Amistad : the saga of a slave revolt and its impact on American abolition, law, and diplomacy / Howard Jones. New York : Oxford University Press, 1987. E447.J66 1987

"Pain of captivity made starkly real" / Janet Maslin. New York Times (The Arts), E1, E9, December 10, 1997.

"Rebels with a cause : mutiny on La Amistad, and the rest is history" [movie review]. Newsday, B3, B8, December 10, 1997.

"Unshackling history : making Amistad happen" / Gene Seymore. Newsday (Fanfare), D8-D9, D12-D13, December 7, 1997.



SLAVE RESISTANCE - NAT TURNER

Black men in chains : narratives by escaped slaves / Charles H. Nichols, editor. (Contents: Gustavus Vassa, Nat Turner, Moses Roper, Frederick Douglass, Lunsford Lane, Moses Grandy, William Wells Brown, James W.C. Pennington, Henry "Box" Brown, Solomon Northup, John Thompson, Josiah "Uncle Tom" Henson, William and Ellen Craft, Harriet Jacobs, Israel Campbell, William Parker). New York : L. Hill, 1972.

The confessions of Nat Turner / William Styron. New York : Random House, 1967. PS3569.T9C6 1967

Days of sorrow, years of glory, 1831-1850 : from the Nat Turner revolt to the fugitive slave law / Timothy J. Paulson. (Milestones in Black American history.) New York : Chelsea House, 1994.

Nat Turner before the bar of judgment : fictional treatments of the Southampton slave insurrection / Mary Kemp Davis. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c1999. PS374.S725 D38 1999

Nat Turner : slave revolt leader / Terry Bisson ; Nathan Irvin Huggins, senior consulting editor ; introductory essay by Coretta Scott King. (Black Americans of achievement series). New York : Chelsea House Publishers, c1988.

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]

William Styron's Nat Turner : ten black writers respond / John Henrik Clarke, editor. Boston : Beacon Press, 1968. PS3569.T9 C633



SLAVE RESISTANCE - DENMARK VESEY

Denmark Vesey / David Robertson. New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 1999. F279.C49 N473 1999

"The enigma of his face" / David Robertson. American Legacy, 5(3):14-20, Fall 1999. [Denmark Vesey's plan to create an "uprising that would have destroyed Charleston, South Carolina" in 1820.]

He shall go out free : the lives of Denmark Vesey / Douglas R. Egerton. Madison, Wis. : Madison House, 1999. F279.C49 N423 1999


SLAVEOWNERS AND WHITES
See also: John Brown, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain, George Washington, and Black Slaveowners

Broke by the war : letters of a slave trader / A. J. McElveen; edited by Edmund L. Drago. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1991. E442.M35 1991

Common whites : class and culture in antebellum North Carolina / Bill Cecil-Fronsman. Lexington, KY : University Press of Kentucky, 1992. F258.C43 1992

Domesticating slavery : the master class in Georgia and South Carolina, 1670-1837 / Jeffrey Robert Young. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1999. E445.G3 Y68 1999

Exploring Lewis and Clark : reflections on men and wilderness / Slaughter, Thomas P. New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 2003. F592.7 .S58 2003   [Seeks the historical rather than the legendary York, Clark's slave.]

For God and Mammon : evangelicals and entrepreneurs, masters and slaves in territorial Kansas, 1854-1860 / Gunja SenGupta. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F686.S46 1996

Foul means : the formation of a slave society in Virginia, 1660-1740 / Parent, Anthony S. Chapel Hill : Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and. Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press, 2003. E445.V8 P37 2003

Free labor in an unfree world : white artisans in slaveholding Georgia, 1789-1860 / Michele Gillespie. Athens : University of Georgia Press, c2000. HD2346.U52 G44 2000

The invention of the white race / Theodore W. Allen. London; New York : Verso, 1994. E185.A44 1994

"The man in the middle : the black slave driver" / Randall M. Miller. American Heritage, 30(6) : 40-49, October/November 1979.

Masters & lords : mid-19th-Century U.S. planters and Prussian junkers / Shearer Davis Bowman. New York : Oxford University Press, 1993. F213.B68 1993

Masters, slaves and subjects : the culture of power in the South Carolina low country, 1740-1790 / Robert Olwell. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1998. E445.S7 O46 1998

Mistress of Riversdale : the plantation letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert, 1795-1821 / Rosalie Stier Calvert; edited by Margaret Law Callcott. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. F187.C5C35 1991

The rule of racialization : class, identity, governance / Martinot, Steve. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2003. E184.A1 M3135 2003   [Includes: History and construction of slavery and race]

Sex and sexuality in early America / edited by Merril D. Smith. New York : New York University Press, 1998. HQ18.A37 S48 1998   Includes: Her master's voice : gender, speech, and gendered speech in the narrative of the captivity of Mary White Rowlandson / Steven Neuwirth -- William Byrd's "flourish" : the sexual cosmos of a southern planter / Richard Godbeer -- The sexual life of an eighteenth-century Jamaican slave overseer / Trevor Burnard

The showman and the slave : race, death, and memory in Barnum's America / Benjamin Reiss. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001. E165 .R36 2001

"Slaveholders and manumission in Dutchess County, New York" / Michael Groth. New York History, 78(1) : 33-50, January 1977.

The slaveholders' dilemma : freedom and progress in southern conservative thought, 1820-1860 / Eugene D. Genovese. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1992. E449.G3725 1992

Slaves in the family / Edward Ball. New York : Ballantine Books, 1999, c1998. F279.C453 A2 1999

Southern stories : slaveholders in peace and war / Drew Gilpin Faust. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1992. F213.F25 1992

Southern womanhood and slavery : a biography of Louisa S. McCord, 1810-1879 / Fought, Leigh. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003. PS2355.M6 Z67 2003

The sweet hell inside : a family history / Edward Ball. New York : William Morrow, c2001. F279.C453 H37 2001

Three prize essays on American slavery : liberty or slavery, the great national question. (Contents : The error and the duty in regard to slavery, by R. B. Thurston -- Friendly letters to a Christian slaveholder, by A. C. Baldwin -- Is American slavery an institution which Christianity sanctions, and will perpetuate? by T. Williston.) Miami, FL : Mnemosyne Pub. Co., 1969 (1857). E449.L7 1969

Tokens of affection : the letters of a planter's daughter in the Old South / Maria Bryan Harford Connell; edited by Carol Bleser. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F290.C66 1996

Vindicating the founders : race, sex, class, and justice in the origins of America / Thomas G. West. Lanham, Md. : Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, c1997. E302.1 .W47 1997

Within the plantation household : Black and White women of the Old South / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1988. HQ1438.A13F69 1988



SLAVEOWNERS - THOMAS JEFFERSON

"Monticello graveyard found: at Jefferson estate, cemetary uncovered." Newsday, A28, April 11, 2001.   [An excavation reveals the remains of twenty slaves at Monticello, the plantation of President Thomas Jefferson. The site will reveal more about the lives of Jeffersons slaves, numbering an estimate of about 114.]

Mr. Jefferson's lost cause : land, farmers, slavery, and the Louisiana Purchase / Kennedy, Roger G. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. E333 .K46 2003

"Negro president" : Jefferson and the slave power / Wills, Garry. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2003. E332.2 .W57 2003

Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson : history, memory, and civic culture / edited by Jan Ellen Lewis and Peter S. Onuf. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1999. E332.2 .S24 1999

The story of one American family / Shannon Feldman and Jane Feldman. New York : Random House, 2000.   [Another look at the life of Thomas Jefferson, third president of the United States (1801-1809), and his slaves, especially Sally Hemings and her descendents]

"The story of one American family" [book review]. New York Times Book Review, 39, November 19, 2000.

Sympathy in American literature : American sentiments from Jefferson to the Jameses / Boudreau, Kristin. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2002. PS169.S93 B68 2002

Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings : an American controversy / Annette Gordon-Reed. Charlottesville : University of Virginia, 1999, c1997 E332.2 .G67 1999bx



SLAVEOWNERS - GEORGE WASHINGTON

"Any slave I die possessed of" / Herbert H. Toler, Jr. American Legacy, 2(2) : 35-40, Summer 1996.   George Washington's plantation slaves and their community life

George Washington and slavery : a documentary portrayal / Fritz Hirschfeld. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c1997. E312.17 .H648 1997

An imperfect god : George Washington, his slaves, and the creation of America / Wiencek, Henry. New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003. E312.17 .W6 2003


SLAVERY

Africans in America : America's journey through slavery / Charles Johnson, Patricia Smith, and the WGBH Research Team. New York : Harcourt Brace and Company, 1998.

American slavery, 1619-1877 / Peter Kolchin; consulting editor, Eric Foner. New York : Hill and Wang, 1993. E441.K64 1993

Between slavery and freedom : philosophy and American slavery / Howard McGary and Bill E. Lawson. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1992.

Born in bondage : growing up enslaved in the antebellum South / Marie Jenkins Schwartz. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2000. E443 .S39 2000

Chronology of world slavery / Junius P. Rodriguez ; foreword by Orlando Patterson. Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, 1999. Reference HT861 .R63 1999 OVSZ

A companion to the American South / Boles, John B., editor. Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 2002. F208.2 .C66 2002   [Includes: The origins of slavery, 1619-1808 -- The maturation of slave society and culture -- The Civil War : military and political aspects along with social, religious, gender, and slave perspectives -- Emancipation and its consequences.]

Cultural trauma : slavery and the formation of African American identity / Eyerman, Ron. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001. E185.625 .E96 2001

Days of sorrow, years of glory, 1831-1850 : from the Nat Turner revolt to the fugitive slave law / Timothy J. Paulson. (Milestones in Black American history.) New York : Chelsea House, 1994.

"Faces of slavery : a historical find" / Elinor Reichlin. American Heratige : The Magazine of History, 28(4) : 4-11, June 1977.

"A family divided" / John Hope Franklin. American Heratige : The Magazine of History, 18(3) : 4-25, April 1967.

Fathering the nation : American genealogies of slavery and freedom / Russ Castronovo. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1995. PS217.S55C37 1995

"Free at last : the enduring legacy of the South's Civil War victory" / David Brion Davis. New York Times: Week in Review, Section 4, 1 & 6, August 26, 2001.   An excellent article on the re-examination of what slavery was as a world wide practice and how it took hold mainly in southern America. American slave practices are being discussed by scholars, both black and white, in an effort to understand the old and new issues of what slavery left behind from economic, moral, social, and political viewpoints and to create a better understanding of why this evil institution could not be justified in a free America.

Generations of captivity : a history of African-American slaves / Berlin, Ira. Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2003. E441 .B47 2003

The historical encyclopedia of world slavery / Junius P. Rodriguez, general editor. Santa Barbara, CA : ABC-CLIO, Inc., 1997. Reference HT861.H57 1997 v.#

History of slavery / Susanne Everett. Edison, N.J. : Chartwell Books, 1999. HT861 .K44 1999bx

The law of freedom and bondage in the United States / Hurd, John C. New York, Negro Universities Press, 1968-. KF4545.S5 H82

"The long shadow of slavery" / Jonathan Alter. Newsweek, 130(23) : 58-67, December 8, 1997.

Many thousands gone : the first two centuries of slavery in North America / Ira Berlin. Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1998. E446 .B49 1998

"Modern day emancipation" / Katti Gray. Newsday, October 5, 1999, B6-B8.   Increasingly, "slavery symposiums" - including a five-day forum at NYU beginning today - ponder the aftereffects of servitude in today's black community.

"Painful past" / Reginald Stuart. Emerge, 8(4) : 52-56, February 1997.   Slavery's legacy : Are African-Americans ashamed of the past?

The peculiar institution : slavery in the ante-bellum South / Kenneth M. Stampp. New York : Vintage Books, 1964. E441.S8 1956b

The problem of slavery in Western culture / David Brion Davis. (Winner of the 1967 Pulitzer Prize.) Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press, 1966. HT871.D3

The rise and fall of Black slavery / C. Duncan Rice. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1976. HT1048.R47 1976x

The rule of racialization : class, identity, governance / Martinot, Steve. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2003. E184.A1 M3135 2003   [Includes: History and construction of slavery and race]

Scenes of subjection : terror, slavery, and self-making in nineteenth century America / Saidiya V. Hartman. New York : Oxford University Press, 1997. E443 .H37 1997

Slavery : from the rise of Western civilization to today / Milton Meltzer. (Formerly published in two volumes as Slavery and Slavery II). New York : Dell, 1977. HT861.M44 1977bx

Slavery : history and historians / Peter J. Parish. Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, [2000?], c1989. E441 .P367 2000zx

Slavery in America : from colonial times to the Civil War : an eyewitness history / Dorothy Schneider and Carl J. Schneider. New York : Facts on File, c2000. Reference E441 .S36 2000 OVSZ

Slavery in the American Mountain South / Dunaway, Wilma A. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003. E443 .D87 2003

Slavery, race, and American history : historical conflict, trends, and method, 1866-1953 / John David Smith. Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c1999. E441 .S6555 1999

Slavery : the Anglo-American involvement / Charlotte Plimmer and Denis Plimmer. Newton Abbot Devon, Great Britain : David and Charles Limited, 1973.

"Struggle for freedom" / African American Heritage Series, Collector's Edition. (VHS tapes in two parts, 82 minutes). Plymouth, MN : Simitar Entertainment, Inc., 1993.

Them dark days : slavery in the American rice swamps / William Dusinberre. New York : Oxford University Press, 1996. E445.S7D87 1996

Three prize essays on American slavery : liberty or slavery, the great national question. (Contents : The error and the duty in regard to slavery, by R. B. Thurston -- Friendly letters to a Christian slaveholder, by A. C. Baldwin -- Is American slavery an institution which Christianity sanctions, and will perpetuate? by T. Williston.) Miami, FL : Mnemosyne Pub. Co., 1969 (1857). E449.L7 1969

To be a slave / Julius Lester ; illustrated by Tom Feelings. New York : Dial Press, 1968. E444.L47

Travels in the Old South, a bibliography / Clark, Thomas Dionysius. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1956-. Reference Z1251.S7 C4   [Includes: v. 3. The ante-bellum South, 1825-1860: cotton, slavery, and conflict.]

Without consent or contract : the rise and fall of American slavery : evidence and methods / Robert W. Fogel, Ralph A. Galantine, and Richard L Manning, editors. New York : Norton, 1991. E441.F63 1989 supp.3

Without consent or contract : the rise and fall of American slavery; technical papers / Robert W. Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman, editors. New York : Norton, 1992. E441.F63 1989 supp. 2



SLAVERY - ANCIENT

Classics in progress : essays on ancient Greece and Rome / Wiseman, Timothy Peter, editor. Oxford : published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2002. PA3003 .C55 2002   [Includes: Greek civilisation and slavery / Paul Cartledge.]

A companion to the Hellenistic world. Oxford ; Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub. Lt, 2003. DE86 .C65 2003   [Includes: Piracy and the slave-trade / Vincent Gabrielsen.]

Flavian Rome : culture, image, text / Boyle, A. J. and Dominik, William J., editors. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2003. DG286 .F53 2003   [Includes: Slave-boys for sexual and religious service: images of pleasure and devotion / John Pollini.]

Rome the cosmopolis / Edwards, Catharine and Woolf, Greg, editors. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003. DG63 .R65 2003   [Includes: Slavery and the growth of Rome: the transformation of Italy in the second and first centuries BCE / Willem Jongman.]

Slavery : from the rise of Western civilization to today / Milton Meltzer. (Formerly published in two volumes as Slavery and Slavery II). New York : Dell, 1977. HT861.M44 1977bx

Slavery in early Christianity / Glancy, Jennifer A. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. HT913 .G53 2002

Slaves, warfare, and ideology in the Greek historians / Peter Hunt. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1998. DF89 .H86 1998



SLAVERY - MODERN

Anonymously yours [videorecording] / Aerial Productions : Keiko Deguchi, editor ; Jill Tufts, photography ; Claudio Ragazzi, music. Berkeley, CA : University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, 2002. IMC Video HQ111 .A66 2002bx   [Summary: An extraordinary documentary shot clandestinely in Burma, the film. examines sex-trafficking in Southeast Asia through interviews with four young women. The brutal honesty of their stories exposes the commonplace bartering and selling of. women and the cycles of poverty that enslave them. From the back rooms of teashops. and restaurants to the lounges of five-star hotels, the Far East sex trade thrives on the. routine merchandising of girls and women for the sexual pleasure of men from all cultures.]

Crime, gender, and sexuality in criminal prosecutions / Knafla, Louis A., editor. Westport, Conn. ; London : Greenwood, 2002. HV7921 .C75 v.17   [Includes: The White slave trade and the British Empire / Philippa Levine.]

Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy / Kevin Bal Publisher Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1999. HT867 .B35 1999   The new slavery -- Thailand: because she looks like a child -- Mauritania: old times there are not forgotten -- Brazil: life on the edge -- Pakistan: when is a slave not a slave? -- India: the ploughman's lunch -- What can be done -- Coda: five things you can do to stop slavery.

Holocaust justice : the battle for restitution in America's courts / Bazyler, Michael J. New York : New York University Press, 2003. KF6075 .B39 2003   [Includes: German industry and its slaves.]

Imperfect justice : looted assets, slave labor, and the unfinished business of World War II / Eizenstat, Stuart. New York : Public Affairs, 2003. D804.7.E26 E59 2003

New slavery : a reference handbook / Kevin Bales. Santa Barbara, CA : ABC-CLIO, Inc., 2000. Reference HT867 .B37 2000

Slavery : from the rise of Western civilization to today / Milton Meltzer. (Formerly published in two volumes as Slavery and Slavery II). New York : Dell, 1977. HT861.M44 1977bx

Unjust enrichment : how Japan's companies built postwar fortunes using American POWs / Holmes, Linda Goetz. Mechanicsburg, PA : Stackpole Books, 2001. D805.J3 H58 2001

Unraveling Somalia : race, violence, and the legacy of slavery / Catherine Besteman. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1999. DT409.Q27 B47 1999

War and slavery in Sudan / Jok Madut Jok. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2001. HT1381 .J65 2001



SLAVERY - ECONOMICS
See also: Atlantic Slave Trade and Reparations

"Any slave I die possessed of" / Herbert H. Toler, Jr. American Legacy, 2(2) : 35-40, Summer 1996.   George Washington's plantation slaves and their community life

Black labor, white wealth : the search for power and economic justice / Claud Anderson. Edgewood, MD : Duncan & Duncan, 1994.

Business & slavery; the New York merchants & the irrepressible conflict / Philip S. Foner. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 1941. F128.44.F67

Capitalism & slavery / Eric Williams ; introduction by D.W. Brogan. London : Andre Deutsch, 1964.

The claims of kinfolk : African American property and community in the nineteenth-century South / Penningroth, Dylan C. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2003. E185.8 .P39 2003

Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy / Kevin Bal Publisher Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1999. HT867 .B35 1999   The new slavery -- Thailand: because she looks like a child -- Mauritania: old times there are not forgotten -- Brazil: life on the edge -- Pakistan: when is a slave not a slave? -- India: the ploughman's lunch -- What can be done -- Coda: five things you can do to stop slavery.

For God and Mammon : evangelicals and entrepreneurs, masters and slaves in territorial Kansas, 1854-1860 / Gunja SenGupta. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F686.S46 1996

Slavery, capitalism, and politics in the antebellum Republic / Ashworth, John. Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995-. E441 .A86 1995 vol.1

The Slaves' economy : independent production by slaves in the Americas / Ira Berlin and Philip D. Morgan, editors. London, England; Portland, OR : Frank Cass, 1991. HT1071.S55 1991

Terms of labor : slavery, serfdom, and free labor / edited by Stanley L. Engerman. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1999. HD4861 .T47 1999

"The trade" / Phyllis Raybin Emert. American Legacy, 3(4) : 54-56, Winter 1998.   Excerpt from her book, Colonial triangular trade : An economy based on human misery

Working slavery, pricing freedom : perspectives from the Caribbean, Africa and the African diaspora / Shepherd, Verene. New York : Palgrave, 2002. HT1105.C37 W67 2002



SLAVERY - POLITICS
See also: Abolition

The Abolitionist sisterhood : women's political culture in Antebellum America / Jean Fagan Yellin and John C. Van Horne, editors. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1994. E449.A1555 1994

Apostles of disunion : southern secession commissioners and the causes of the Civil War / Charles B. Dew. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 2001. E459 .D4 2001

Arguing about slavery : the great battle in the United States Congress / William Lee Miller. New York : A.A. Knopf, 1996. E338.M65 1996

The British Atlantic world, 1500-1800 / Armitage, David and Braddick, Michael, editors. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. E18.82 .B75 2002   [Includes: Politics of slavery / Christopher L. Brown.]

The Constitution and race / Donald E. Lively. New York : Praeger, 1992. KF4755.L57 1992

Ireland abroad : politics and professions in the nineteenth century / Ireland Abroad (2000 : University of Aberdeen) ; Walsh, Oonagh, editor. Dublin ; Portland, OR : Four Courts Press, 2003. DA950.1 .I735 2000bx   [Includes: Richard Robert Madden : an Irish anti-slavery activist in the Americas / Nini Rodgers.]

The law of freedom and bondage in the United States / Hurd, John C. New York, Negro Universities Press, 1968-. KF4545.S5 H82

A nation under our feet : Black political struggles in the rural South, from slavery to the great migration / Hahn, Steven. Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2003. E185.2 .H15 2003

Nativism and slavery : the northern Know Nothings and the politics of the 1850's / Tyler Anbinder. New York : Oxford University Press, 1992. E453.A52 1992

Neither ballots nor bullets : women abolitionists and the Civil War / Wendy Hamand Venet. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1991. E628.V46 1991

Slavery, capitalism, and politics in the antebellum Republic / Ashworth, John. Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1995-. E441 .A86 1995 vol.1

"Slavery in America : in its politics, culture and psyche, a nation is drawn anew to a painful past." Newsday (Nassau Edition), A4-A5, A56, December 21, 1997.

Vindicating the founders : race, sex, class, and justice in the origins of America / Thomas G. West. Lanham, Md. : Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, c1997. E302.1 .W47 1997



SLAVERY - POLITICS - ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Abraham Lincoln and a new birth of freedom : the Union and slavery in the diplomacy of the Civil War / Howard Jones. Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1999. E469 .J56 1999

Lincoln, the South, and slavery : the political dimension / Robert W. Johannsen. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1991. E415.7.J685 1991

Lincoln's quest for equality : the road to Gettysburg / Wieck, Carl F. DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, 2002. E457.2 .W64 2002


SLAVERY - AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

Abolitionists abroad : American Blacks and the making of modern West Africa / Sanneh, Lamin O. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1999. DT476 .S26 1999

Africa and Africans in the making of the Atlantic world, 1400-1680 / John Thornton. Cambridge; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992. DT31.T516 1992

African glory : the story of vanished Negro civilizations / John Coleman De Graft-Johnson. New York : Praeger, 1955. DT22.D4 1955

African slavery / Edwin P. Hoyt. New York : Abelard-Schuman, 1973.

An archaeology of Elmina : Africans and Europeans on the Gold Coast, 1400-1900 / DeCorse, Christopher R. Washington, DC : Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001. DT512.9.E46 D43 2001

The claims of kinfolk : African American property and community in the nineteenth-century South / Penningroth, Dylan C. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2003. E185.8 .P39 2003

(Dis)forming the American canon : African-Arabic slave narratives and the vernacular / Ronald A.T. Judy. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1993. PS366.A35J83 1993

Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy / Kevin Bal Publisher Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1999. HT867 .B35 1999   The new slavery -- Thailand: because she looks like a child -- Mauritania: old times there are not forgotten -- Brazil: life on the edge -- Pakistan: when is a slave not a slave? -- India: the ploughman's lunch -- What can be done -- Coda: five things you can do to stop slavery.

Infanticide : historical perspectives on child murder and concealment, 1550-2000 / Jackson, Mark, editor. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2002. HV6541.G7 I53 2002   [Includes: Infanticide, slavery and the politics of reproduction at Cape Colony, South Africa, in the 1820s / Patricia van der Spuy.]

Islam : enduring myths and changing realities / Syed, Aslam. Thousand Oaks, CA ; London : Sage Publications, 2003. H1 .A4 v. 588   [Includes: White slaves, African masters / Paul Baepler.]

Islam's Black slaves : the other Black diaspora / Ronald Segal. New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001. Slavery -- Islamic countries -- History. HT919 .S45 2001

The Oyo Empire, c.1600-c.1836 : a West African imperialism in the era of the Atlantic slave trade / Robin Law. Aldershot, Hampshire, England : Gregg Revivals; Brookfield, VT : Ashgate Pub. Co., 1991. DT513.L38 1991x

"Scarred walls of stone" / Cheo Tyehimba. American Legacy, 4(2) : 22-30, Summer 1998.   Ghana's slave castles and holding pens for captive Africans

A slaver's log book : or 20 years' residence in Africa : the original manuscript / Theophilus Conneau. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, 1976. HT1322.C59

Slavery and abolition in the Ottoman Middle East / Ehud R. Toledano. Seattle : University of Washington Press, c1998. HT1316 .T65 1998

Slavery and colonial rule in French West Africa / Martin A. Klein. Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 1998. HT1396 .K54 1998

Unraveling Somalia : race, violence, and the legacy of slavery / Catherine Besteman. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1999. DT409.Q27 B47 1999

War and slavery in Sudan / Jok Madut Jok. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2001. HT1381 .J65 2001

Working slavery, pricing freedom : perspectives from the Caribbean, Africa and the African diaspora / Shepherd, Verene. New York : Palgrave, 2002. HT1105.C37 W67 2002



SLAVERY - ASIA

Anonymously yours [videorecording] / Aerial Productions : Keiko Deguchi, editor ; Jill Tufts, photography ; Claudio Ragazzi, music. Berkeley, CA : University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, 2002. IMC Video HQ111 .A66 2002bx   [Summary: An extraordinary documentary shot clandestinely in Burma, the film. examines sex-trafficking in Southeast Asia through interviews with four young women. The brutal honesty of their stories exposes the commonplace bartering and selling of. women and the cycles of poverty that enslave them. From the back rooms of teashops. and restaurants to the lounges of five-star hotels, the Far East sex trade thrives on the. routine merchandising of girls and women for the sexual pleasure of men from all cultures.]

Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy / Kevin Bal Publisher Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1999. HT867 .B35 1999   The new slavery -- Thailand: because she looks like a child -- Mauritania: old times there are not forgotten -- Brazil: life on the edge -- Pakistan: when is a slave not a slave? -- India: the ploughman's lunch -- What can be done -- Coda: five things you can do to stop slavery.

Unjust enrichment : how Japan's companies built postwar fortunes using American POWs / Holmes, Linda Goetz. Mechanicsburg, PA : Stackpole Books, 2001. D805.J3 H58 2001



SLAVERY - CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA

Africa in America : slave acculturation and resistance in the American South and the British Caribbean, 1736-1831 / Michael Mullin. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1992. E443.M85 1992

Afro-Creole : power, opposition, and play in the Caribbean / Richard D.E. Burton. Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1997. F1874 .B8 1997

Caetana says no : women's stories from a Brazilian slave society / Lauderdale Graham, Sandra. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002. HT1129.P36 L38 2002

Colonialism and gender relations from Mary Wollstonecraft to Jamaica Kincaid : East Caribbean connections / Moira Ferguson. New York : Columbia University Press, 1993. PR129.C37F47 1993

Disposable people : new slavery in the global economy / Kevin Bal Publisher Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 1999. HT867 .B35 1999   The new slavery -- Thailand: because she looks like a child -- Mauritania: old times there are not forgotten -- Brazil: life on the edge -- Pakistan: when is a slave not a slave? -- India: the ploughman's lunch -- What can be done -- Coda: five things you can do to stop slavery.

The horrors of slavery and other writings / by Robert Wedderburn ; edited by Iain McCalman. Princeton, NJ : Markus Wiener Publishers ; Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle Publishers, 1997. HT1071 .W43 1997

Islanders in the stream : a history of the Bahamian people / Craton, Michael. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1992-. F1656 .C72 1992   [Includes: v. 1. From aboriginal times to the end of slavery.]

Master of the crossroads / Madison Smartt Bell. New York : Penguin Books, 2001, c2000. PS3552.E517 M37 2001   [Novel about Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution]

A narrative of events since the first of August, 1834 / Williams, James ; Paton, Diana, editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001. F1886 .W56 2001

The Negro in the Caribbean, / Eric Williams. New York : Negro Universities Press, 1969. F1629.N4W5 1969

Postslavery literatures in the Americas : family portraits in black and white / George B. Handley. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 2000. PS374.S58 H36 2000

Reclaiming the political in Latin American history : essays from the North / Joseph, G. M., editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2001. F1409.7 .R43 2001   [Includes: The decline of the progressive planter and the rise of subaltern agency : shifting narratives of slave emancipation in Brazil / Barbara Weinstein -- The flight from the fields reconsidered : gender ideologies and women's labor after slavery in Jamaica / Diana Paton.]

The representation of slavery in Cuban fiction / Lorna Valerie Williams. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1994. PQ7382.W55 1994

Struggles for freedom : essays on slavery, colonialism, and culture in the Caribbean and Central America / O. Nigel Bolland. Belize [City, Belize] : The Angelus Press ; Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle Publishers, 1997. F2175 .B65 1997

A turbulent time : the French Revolution and the Greater Caribbean / edited by David Barry Gaspar and David Patrick Geggus. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1997. F1621 .T85 1997

The Virgin, the king, and the royal slaves of El Cobre : negotiating freedom in colonial Cuba, 1670-1780 / María Elena Díaz. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2000. HT1079.E4 D53 2000

Working slavery, pricing freedom : perspectives from the Caribbean, Africa and the African diaspora / Shepherd, Verene. New York : Palgrave, 2002. HT1105.C37 W67 2002

Writings on Black women of the diaspora : history, language, and identity / Lean'tin L. Bracks. New York : Garland Pub., 1998. PS374.N4 B64 1998



SLAVERY - DELAWARE

"The Negro in Delaware" / M. Sammy Miller. Negro History Bulletin, 36(3) : 66-67, March 1973.

Slavery and freedom in Delaware, 1639-1865 / William H. Williams. Wilmington, DE : SR Books, 1996. E445.D3W55 1996



SLAVERY - FLORIDA

Our land before we die : the proud story of the Seminole negro / Jeff Guinn and Jeremy P. Tarcher. New York : Putnam, 2002.   [An inside look into the life of these black indians as told in a narrative form depicting the "history of the runaway slaves who fled to the Florida Everglades to live beside the Seminole Indians."]

A turbulent time : the French Revolution and the Greater Caribbean / edited by David Barry Gaspar and David Patrick Geggus. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1997. F1621 .T85 1997



SLAVERY - GEORGIA

Domesticating slavery : the master class in Georgia and South Carolina, 1670-1837 / Jeffrey Robert Young. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1999. E445.G3 Y68 1999

Free labor in an unfree world : white artisans in slaveholding Georgia, 1789-1860 / Michele Gillespie. Athens : University of Georgia Press, c2000. HD2346.U52 G44 2000

Sapelo's people : a long walk into freedom / William S. McFeely. New York : W.W. Norton, 1994.

Slave songs of the Georgia Sea islands / Lydia Parrish, complier ; music transcribed by Creighton Churchill and Robert MacGimsey ; introduction by Olin Downes. New York : Creative Age Press, Inc., 1942. M1670.S6 1942x

Slavery time when I was chillun down on marster's plantation : interviews with Georgia slaves / Ronald Killion and Charles Waller, editors. Savannah, GA : Beehive Press, 1973.

Tokens of affection : the letters of a planter's daughter in the Old South / Maria Bryan Harford Connell; edited by Carol Bleser. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F290.C66 1996



SLAVERY - ILLINOIS

"The Underground railroad in Illinois" / Glennette Tilley Turner. American Visions, 13 : 33-35, 1988-99.   [Supplement on the state of Illinois]



SLAVERY - KANSAS

For God and Mammon : evangelicals and entrepreneurs, masters and slaves in territorial Kansas, 1854-1860 / Gunja SenGupta. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F686.S46 1996



SLAVERY - LOUISIANA

Africans in colonial Louisiana : the development of Afro-Creole culture in the eighteenth century / Gwendolyn Midlo Hall. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 1992. E185.93.L6H16 1992

Becoming free, remaining free : manumission and enslavement in New Orleans, 1846-1862 / Schafer, Judith Kelleher. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University, 2003. F379.N59 N445 2003

The free people of color of New Orleans : an introduction / Mary Gehman. New Orleans, LA : Margaret Media, 1994.

"Landmarks - the Louisiana Metoyers: Melrose's story of land and slaves" / Elizabeth Shown Mills and Gary B. Mills. American Visions, 15(3) : 40-41, June/July 2000.

Mr. Jefferson's lost cause : land, farmers, slavery, and the Louisiana Purchase / Kennedy, Roger G. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. E333 .K46 2003

Slavery and medicine : enslavement and medical practices in antebellum Louisiana / Katherine Bankole. New York : Garland Pub., 1998. R233.B36 1998

Spaniards, planters, and slaves : the Spanish regulation of slavery in Louisiana, 1763-1803 / Gilbert C. Din. College Station : Texas A&M University Press, c1999. E445.L8 D56 1999

A turbulent time : the French Revolution and the Greater Caribbean / edited by David Barry Gaspar and David Patrick Geggus. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1997. F1621 .T85 1997



SLAVERY - MASSACHUSETTS

The African meeting house in Boston : a sourcebook / William S. Parsons and Margaret Drew. Boston : The Museum of Afro-American History, 1992.

Labor histories : class, politics, and the working class experience / edited by Eric Arnesen, Julie Greene, and Bruce Laurie. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 1998. HD8057 .L28 1998   Includes: The fair field of the middle ground : abolitionism, labor reform, and the making of an antislavery bloc in antebellum Massachusetts / Bruce Laurie

Tituba, reluctant witch of Salem : devilish Indians and Puritan fantasies / Elaine G. Breslaw. New York : New York University Press, 1996. F2230.2.A7T573 1996

The trials of Anthony Burns : freedom and slavery in Emerson's Boston / Albert J. Von Frank. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1998. E450.B93 V66 1998



SLAVERY - MICHIGAN

"In Detroit, Black pride where slaves once hid" / Robyn Meredith. New York Times (Travel, Section 5), 8-9, July 6, 1997.



SLAVERY - MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi in Africa / Huffman, Alan. New York, N.Y. : Gotham Books, 2004. F347.J48 H84 2004

"Portrait of Natchez" / Joan W. Gandy. American Legacy, 6(3):51-58, Fall 2000. [Free Blacks living as prominent citizens in Natchez during Reconstruction. Includes rare photographs.]

The slaves of liberty : freedom in Amite County, Mississippi, 1820-1868 / Dale Edwyna Smith. New York : Garland Pub., 1999. F347.A5 S64 1999

The war was you and me : civilians in the American Civil War / Cashin, Joan E, editor. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 2002. E468.9 .W28 2002   [Includes: Slaves, emancipation, and the powers of war : views from the Natchez district of Mississippi / Anthony E. Kaye.]



SLAVERY - MISSOURI

Searching for Jim : slavery in Sam Clemens's world / Dempsey, Terrell. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003. PS1342.S58 D46 2003



SLAVERY - NEW JERSEY

"Pretends to be free" : runaway slave advertisements from colonial and revolutionary New York and New Jersey / Graham Russell Hodges and Alan Edward Brown, editors. New York : Garland Pub., 1994. E445.N56P74 1994

Root & branch : African Americans in New York and East Jersey, 1613-1863 / Graham Russell Hodges. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1999. F128.9.N3 H63 1999

Slavery and freedom in the rural North : African Americans in Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1665-1865 / Graham Russell Hodges. Madison [Wis.] : Madison House, 1997. F142.M7 H66 1997



SLAVERY - NEW YORK
See also: Long Island and Sojourner Truth

"African roots in city history : walking the path of a painful but significant past" / Martin Johnson. Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 6-7, February 2004 [updated reprint of Newsday, B12, November 14, 2003].   [tour of sites relating to the early history of African Americans in New York City; includes map]

Black legacy : a history of New York's African Americans / William Loren Katz ; illustrated with archival photographs and prints. New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 1997. F128.9.N4 K38 1997 [Describes famous Black leaders and cultural movements in New York City from its days as a Dutch colony to the 1990s.]

The Black minority in early New York / David Kobrin. Albany, Office of State History, 1971. E445.N56K62

The Black New Yorkers : the Schomburg illustrated chronology / written by Howard Dodson, Christopher Moore, Roberta Yancy ; Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the New York Public Library. New York : John Wiley, c2000. F128.9.N4 D63 2000

Breaking ground, breaking silence : the story of New York's African burial ground / Joyce Hanson and Gary McGowan. New York : Henry Holt and Company, 1998.

Business & slavery; the New York merchants & the irrepressible conflict / Philip S. Foner. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 1941. F128.44.F67

"The day New York freed its slaves : July 4, 1827" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 3-4, February 2004 [reprint of Newsday, A4, July 4, 2003 and Newsday, A38, February 22, 2004].

The free negro in New York City in the era before the Civil War / Rhoda Golden Freeman. New York : Garland, 1994.

The great New York conspiracy of 1741 : slavery, crime, and colonial law / Hoffer, Peter Charles. Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, 2003. KFN5696.A4 H64 2003

A heritage uncovered : the black experience in upstate New York, 1800-1925 / M.B.Y. Armstead, F. Horne, G.S. Sorin, and C.A. Sutherland. [s.l.] : Chemung County Historical Society, Inc., 1988.

A history of Negro slavery in New York / Edgar J. McManus ; foreword by Richard B. Morris. Syracuse, NY : Syracuse University Press, 1966. E445.N56M3

NEW! "History of slavery in NY 'can't be ignored'" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday, A15 (719 words), September 13, 2005.   [adding information about New York's slave past to the New York State school curriculum]

The history of the New York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787 to the present time, embracing a period of more than forty years; also a brief account of the successful labors of the New York Manumission Society, with an appendix ..., / Charles C. Andrews. New York : Negro Universities Press, 1969. LC2803.N5A5 1969

"Honor for freedom fighter : in New York State, March 10 is Harriet Tubman Day" / Merle English. Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 9, February 2004 [updated reprint of Newsday, G3, February 4, 2001].

"In Manhattan, another burial for 400 colonial-era blacks" / Michael Luo. New York Times, A1 & B4, October 2, 2003.   [This news article tells about the historical unraveling of the "African Burial Grounds" site that was discovered in downtown Manhattan during a 1991 excavation for the future Federal Office tower. This forgotten burial plot was used exclusively for all deceased Africans living in this locale. For twelve yaers, from 1991-2003, the politics and the history came together, and, with the help of former N.Y. mayor David Dinkins, our U.S. Congress, concerned scientists, and local citizens, the building was stopped. This group voiced their belief that this building project should be discontinued. A study group was ushered in from Howard University (Washington, DC), including Dr. Michael Blakey of Howard, and New York's Dr. Sherrill D. Wilson, an urban anthropologist, became part of this important anthropological study with a charge to classify the human remains of these early New York Africans. The study later revealed the findings of pottery, tools, and artifacts used by the deceased. Of the 419 human remains, more than half were identified as children. Over 200 other remains were left untouched. The study brought a degree of satisfaction and closure to this highly charged event. Slavery in New York's lower Manhattan in the 18th century was identified, and the respect of individualizing each body was symbolically memorialized in a special ceremony whereby each coffin was put back in its final resting place. It was reported that a "permanent memorial and educational center" will be established at this historic site.]

In the shadow of slavery : African Americans in New York City, 1626-1863 / Harris, Leslie M. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2003. F128.9.N4 H37 2003

NEW! "It happened in New York : slavery in New York." New York Amsterdam News, 96(41) : SS1 (939 words), October 6, 2005.

Jim Crow New York : a documentary history of race and citizenship, 1777-1877 / Gellman, David Nathaniel and Quigley, David, editors. New York : New York University Press, 2003. E185.93.N56 J56 2003

Labor in colonial New York, 1664-1776, / Samuel McKee, Jr. Port Washington, NY : I.J. Friedman, 1965. HD8083.N7M3 1965

NEW! "A 'main event' in old New York" / Glenn Collins. New York Times, E1 (1203 words), September 27, 2005.   [discusses slavery in New York and an exhibit about it at the New-York Historical Society]

Make a way somehow : African-American life in a northern community, 1790-1965 / Kathryn Grover. Syracuse, NY : Syracuse University Press, 1994.

A Negro history tour of Manhattan / M. A. "Spike" Harris. New York, Greenwood, 1968. F128.9.N3 H35 1968

The Negro in New York : an informal social history, 1626-1940 / Roi Ottley and William J. Weatherby, editors. New York, Praeger, 1969.

New York City's African slaveowners : a social and material culture history / Sherrill D. Wilson. New York : Garland, 1994.

NEW! "New York's buried history : [Op-Ed]" / Jill Lepore. New York Times, CY11 (718 words), October 9, 2005.

North star country : upstate New York and the crusade for African American freedom / Sernett, Milton C. Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 2002. E445.N56 S47 2002

NEW! "The Peculiar Institution as lived in New York : exhibition review" / Edward Rothstein. New York Times, E43 (1658 words), October 7, 2005.

NEW! "Peering into the dark years : exhibit chronicles painful truth of NYC's 200 years of reliance on slavery" / Marion Lignana Rosenberg. Newsday, B04 (1034 words), October 12, 2005.

"Potent testament to a slave past" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 4, February 2004 [reprint of Newsday, A2, October 4, 2003].

"Pretends to be free" : runaway slave advertisements from colonial and revolutionary New York and New Jersey / Graham Russell Hodges and Alan Edward Brown, editors. New York : Garland Pub., 1994. E445.N56P74 1994

"Resting place: history : slave remains return to NYC burial grounds" / Deborah S. Morris. Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 4-5, February 2004 [reprint of Newsday, A3, October 4, 2003].

NEW! "Reminding New York of its hidden history : the city was a capital for slavery - and it embraced it in an almost casual manner" / Robert Lee Hotz. Los Angeles Times, A20 (944 words), October 9, 2005.   [exhibit at the New-York Historical Society]

Root & branch : African Americans in New York and East Jersey, 1613-1863 / Graham Russell Hodges. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1999. F128.9.N3 H63 1999

A rumor of revolt : the "Great Negro Plot" in colonial New York / Thomas J. Davis. New York : Free Press, 1985. F128.4.D265 1985

Sites of struggle emerge from obscurity. New York Times, section 14 (CY QU), p. 2, February 13, 2000. [In these long-forgotten places of history, Blacks were sold and escapees fled.]

NEW! "Slave City : an exhibit spotlights New York before emancipation" / Howard Kissel. Daily News, Sunday Now section, 19 (668 words), October 9, 2005.

"Slaveholders and manumission in Dutchess County, New York" / Michael Groth. New York History, 78(1) : 33-50, January 1977.

NEW! Slavery in New York: a landmark exhibition / New-York Historical Society. New York : The Society, 2005.   [Website to accompany an exhibit that ran from 10/7/05 - 3/5/06]

Somewhat more independent : the end of slavery in New York City, 1770-1810 / Shane White. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1991. F128.44.W54 1991

Stories of freedom in Black New York / White, Shane. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002. F128.9.N4 W48 2002

The underside of Reconstruction New York : the struggle over the issue of Black equality / Ena L. Farley. New York : Garland Pub., 1993.

"Unearthing the past, then burying it with respect" / Corey Kilgannon. New York Times, B2, October, 2, 2003.   [About Dr. Sherril D. Wilson and her insights and reaction to the work done on the African Burial Ground.]



SLAVERY - NEW YORK - LONG ISLAND
See also: Jupiter Hammon

"Between Slavery and freedom" / George DeWan. Newsday, A29, June 6, 2000. [New York's gradual abolition of slavery left children of slaves in an awkward situation]

The Black churches of Brooklyn / Clarence Taylor. New York : Columbia University Press, 1994. BR563.N4 T38 1994

Discovering the African-American experience in Suffolk County, 1620-1860 / Grania Bolton Marcus. Mattituck, NY : Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities ; Mad Printers, 1995.

"Following the history trail in Queens and Long Island." Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 7, February 2004 .   [describes sites in Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk that relate to slavery, the underground railroad, and African American history.

"Friends in the spirit : African Americans and the challenge of Quaker liberalism, 1776-1915" / Lynda R. Day. Long Island Historical Journal, 10(1): 1-16, Fall 1997.

A hidden history : slavery, abolition, and the Underground Railroad in Cow Neck and on Long Island / Vahey, Mary Feeney. Port Washington, NY : Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, 1998. E445.N56 V34 1998bx   [Contents: Slavery in the New World -- Slavery on Long Island -- Religion and education -- The Free Produce Movement -- Phebe frees Rachel -- Abolitionists -- Underground Railroad -- Long Island Quakers help fugitive slaves -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Aftermath of slavery in America -- Genealogy -- Will of Thomas Pearsall -- Important dates. ]

An Introduction to the Black contribution to the development of Brooklyn / Charlene Claye Van Derzee, curator ; contributors, Mario Drummonds ... [et al.]. Brooklyn : New Muse Community Museum of Brooklyn, 1977.

"Lost histories : stories of blacks on Long Island" / David Everitt. New York Times, Section 14 (Long Island) : 15, January 26, 2003.   [Discovering interesting facts about Long Island's black population - revealing information about the slavery period, underground railroad, churches, and unique occupations. Southampton College professor, Jerry Komia Domatob from Cameroon, wrote two books from these discoveries: African Americans of Western Long Island and African Americans of Eastern Long Island.]

Making a way to freedom : a history of African Americans on Long Island / Lynda R. Day. Interlaken, NY : Empire State Books, 1997. F127.L8 D38 1997

NEW! "Oyster Bay's slave times : bible spurs research into forgotten lives" / Bill Bleyer. Newsday, G32 (823 words), September 25, 2005.

"Retracing history" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday, November 2, 1999, B1, B6-B8. [A Roosevelt church journeys north to trace the path of liberated slaves who found freedom in Nova Scotia]

"Searching for home" / Halimah Abdullah. Newsday, B6-B7, September 12, 2000. [A family's pilgrimage brings them to Port Jefferson, where the slave ship that brought their patriarch to America began its journey.]

Slavery on Long Island : a study in local institutional and early African-American communal life / Richard Shannon Moss. New York : Garland, 1993.

Slavery on Long Island : its rise and decline during the seventeenth through nineteenth centuries / Richard Shannon Moss. (A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History at St. John's University, 1985.) Ann Arbor, MI : University Microfilms International, 1987.

"A voice raised for freedom : after two years on Long Island, a fugitive slave grew up to become a well-known abolitionist" / Lawrence Striegal. Newsday, A35, January 2, 2001.   About Henry Highland Garnett's life on Long Island and New York City.



SLAVERY - NORTH CAROLINA

The Black bard of North Carolina : George Moses Horton and his poetry / George Moses Horton ; edited by Joan R. Sherman. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1997. PS1999.H473 A6 1997

The bondwoman's narrative / Hannah Crafts ; edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York : Warner Books, c2002. PS1449.C673 B66 2002b

Common whites : class and culture in antebellum North Carolina / Bill Cecil-Fronsman. Lexington, KY : University Press of Kentucky, 1992. F258.C43 1992

"I am going to be Thomas Day" / Michael Durham. American Legacy, 3(4) : 22-30, Winter 1998.   The extraordinary life of African-American furniture maker Thomas Day of North Carolina

Slave patrols : law and violence in Virginia and the Carolinas / Sally E. Hadden. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001. E443 .H33 2001

Slavery in the American Mountain South / Dunaway, Wilma A. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003. E443 .D87 2003

The waterman's song : slavery and freedom in maritime North Carolina / by David S. Cecelski. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, c2001. E444.N8 C43 2001



SLAVERY - PENNSYLVANIA

Blacks who stole themselves : advertisements for runaways in the Pennsylvania gazette, 1728-1790 / Billy G. Smith and Richard Wojtowicz, compilers. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989.

Freedom by degrees : emancipation in Pennsylvania and its aftermath / Gary B. Nash and Jean R. Soderlund. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. E445.P3N37 1991

A gentleman of color : the life of James Forten / Winch, Julie. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002. E185.97.F717 W56 2002



SLAVERY - RHODE ISLAND

The devotion of these women : Rhode Island in the antislavery network / Van Broekhoven, Deborah Bingham. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2002. E445.R4 V36 2002



SLAVERY - SOUTH CAROLINA
see also: Denmark Vesey

Before freedom, when I just can remember : twenty-seven oral histories of former South Carolina slaves / Belinda Hurmence, editor. Winston-Salem, NC : John F. Blair, 1994.

Masters, slaves and subjects : the culture of power in the South Carolina low country, 1740-1790 / Robert Olwell. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1998. E445.S7 O46 1998

Slave patrols : law and violence in Virginia and the Carolinas / Sally E. Hadden. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001. E443 .H33 2001

Slaves in the family / Edward Ball. New York : Ballantine Books, 1999, c1998. F279.C453 A2 1999

The sweet hell inside : a family history / Edward Ball. New York : William Morrow, c2001. F279.C453 H37 2001



SLAVERY - VIRGINIA
see also: Thomas Jefferson, Nat Turner, and George Washington

"Examining the slaves' role in Confederate weaponry." Newsday, E11, April 22, 2001.   About the old Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond, Virginia being the planned site of a Civil War museum, including the historical role the American slave played in this development.

Foul means : the formation of a slave society in Virginia, 1660-1740 / Parent, Anthony S. Chapel Hill : Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and. Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press, 2003. E445.V8 P37 2003

Mistress of Riversdale : the plantation letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert, 1795-1821 / Rosalie Stier Calvert; edited by Margaret Law Callcott. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. F187.C5C35 1991

Ploughshares into swords : race, rebellion, and identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730-1810 / James Sidbury. New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997. Prosser, Gabriel, ca. 1775-1800. F234.R59 N477 1997

Slave patrols : law and violence in Virginia and the Carolinas / Sally E. Hadden. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001. E443 .H33 2001

Slavery in the American Mountain South / Dunaway, Wilma A. Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003. E443 .D87 2003

Slavery in the colonial Chesapeake / David Brion Davis. (The foundations of America series). Williamsburg, VA : The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1994.

The unboxing of Henry Brown / Ruggles, Jeffrey. Richmond, Va. : Library of Virginia, 2003. E450 .R85 2003



SLAVERY - WASHINGTON DC
See also: Abraham Lincoln

"The flight of the Pearl" / Thomas Fleming. American Legacy, 6(2) : 65-72, Summer 2000.   [An escape plan by a group of slave runaways who, in 1848, took off by night aboard a ship named the Pearl, docked on the Potomac River in the nation's capital, Washington, DC.]

"Proof slaves built freedom's symbols" / Sara Kugler. Newsday, A6 & A26, July 23, 2000. [African slaves as laborers were used in building Washington's Federal Building and the White House back 200 years ago.]

Subversives : antislavery community in Washington, D.C., 1828-1865 / Harrold, Stanley. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 2003. E445.D6 H27 2003



SLAVERY - WESTERN STATES

African American frontiers : slave narratives and oral histories / Alan Govenar. Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, c2000. E444 .G68 2000

African American women confront the West : 1600-2000 / Taylor, Quintard and Moore, Shirley Ann Wilson, editors. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. E185.925 .A45 2003

African Americans on the western frontier / edited with an introduction by Monroe Lee Billington and Roger D. Hardaway. Niwot : University Press of Colorado, c1998. E185.925 .A58 1998   Includes: Slavery in the west / W. Sherman Savage -- Mormons and slavery : a closer look / Newell G. Bringhurst

Captives & cousins : slavery, kinship, and community in the Southwest borderlands / Brooks, James. Chapel Hill, N.C. : Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia, University of North Carolina Press, 2002. F790.A1B76 2002

Contested territory : whites, Native Americans, and African Americans in Oklahoma, 1865-1907 / Murray R. Wickett. Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c2000. F705.A1 W53 2000

Exploring Lewis and Clark : reflections on men and wilderness / Slaughter, Thomas P. New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, 2003. F592.7 .S58 2003   [Seeks the historical rather than the legendary York, Clark's slave.]

"Jubilee/Juneteenth : how our people celebrated freedom time" / Angela P. Dodson, compiler ; A'Lelia P. Bundles, introduction. Black Issues Book Review, 5(3) : 16-22, May/June 2003.   [A defining moment and a glance at the emancipation day and what it meant to be the liberated slave. An explanation of the Jubilee, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the June Nineteenth Galveston, Texas Jubilation Day are given.]

"Juneteenth: African American Independence Day" / Michelle McCalope. The New Crisis, 32-34, May/June 2001.   About the growing celebration of the original date of the freeing of the slaves in the state of Texas on June 19, 1865, two years after Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation was issued.

"Juneteenth in Texas" / Henry Chase. American Visions, 12(3) : 44-47, June/July 1997.

Mr. Jefferson's lost cause : land, farmers, slavery, and the Louisiana Purchase / Kennedy, Roger G. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. E333 .K46 2003

"Soon, Juneteenth : a day of celebration for emancipation" / Olivia Winslow. Newsday, June 14, 2000, B3, B11. [Slaves in Texas learned of their freedom from Union Soldiers on June 19, 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation. These celebrations are now spreading to other regions of the USA.]

Slavery and the American West : the eclipse of manifest destiny and the coming of the Civil War / Michael A. Morrison. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c1997. E415.7 .M88 1997

More about slavery in the west


UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
See also: Harriet Tubman and William Wells Brown

Beyond the river : the untold story of the heroes of the Underground Railroad / Hagedorn, Ann. New York : Simon & Schuster, 2002. E450 .H165 2002

"The bitter years of slavery : rebels, runaways and heroes" / John Hope Franklin. Life, 65(21) : 92-120, November 22, 1968.

Blacks who stole themselves : advertisements for runaways in the Pennsylvania gazette, 1728-1790 / Billy G. Smith and Richard Wojtowicz, compilers. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989.

"Bound for freedom : retracing the footsteps of runaway slaves" / Maria Mallory. U.S. News and World Report, 122(14) : 78-83, April 14, 1997.

"Fabric of our heritage" / Jacqueline and Raymond G. Dobard. American Visions, 15(1) : 16-21, February/March 2000.   The story of quilts and the Underground Railroad

"Following the history trail in Queens and Long Island." Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 7, February 2004 .   [describes sites in Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk that relate to slavery, the underground railroad, and African American history.

A hidden history : slavery, abolition, and the Underground Railroad in Cow Neck and on Long Island / Vahey, Mary Feeney. Port Washington, NY : Cow Neck Peninsula Historical Society, 1998. E445.N56 V34 1998bx   [Contents: Slavery in the New World -- Slavery on Long Island -- Religion and education -- The Free Produce Movement -- Phebe frees Rachel -- Abolitionists -- Underground Railroad -- Long Island Quakers help fugitive slaves -- Emancipation and its consequences -- Aftermath of slavery in America -- Genealogy -- Will of Thomas Pearsall -- Important dates. ]

His promised land : the autobiography of John P. Parker, former slave and conductor on the underground railroad / John P. Parker ; Stuart Seely Sprague; editor. New York : Norton, 1996.

North star to freedom : the story of the Underground Railroad / Gena K. Gorrell. New York : Delacorte Press, 1997.

"Pretends to be free" : runaway slave advertisements from colonial and revolutionary New York and New Jersey / Graham Russell Hodges and Alan Edward Brown, editors. New York : Garland Pub., 1994. E445.N56P74 1994

"Retracing history" / Martin C. Evans. Newsday, November 2, 1999, B1, B6-B8. A Roosevelt church journeys north to trace the path of liberated slaves who found freedom in Nova Scotia

"Riding the rails of history" / Betsy Peoples. Emerge Magazine, 8(2) : 15, November 1996.

"Riding the underground railroad" / Robert W. Peterson. Boy's Life : 30-33, February 1993.

Shadrach Minkins : from fugitive slave to citizen / Gary Collison. Cambridge, MA. : Harvard University Press, 1997.

"The stationmaster" / Gene Smith. American Legacy, 2(3) : 6-7, Fall 1966.   Strangers arrived every night at William Still's Philadelphia home. The were travelers on the Underground Railroad fresh from the South and heading on.

The travels of William Wells Brown, including The narrative of William Wells Brown, a fugitive slave, and The American fugitive in Europe, sketches of places and people abroad / William Wells Brown ; Paul Jefferson. editor. New York : M. Weiner Pub., 1991.
see also William Wells Brown

Two biographies by African-American women [William Wells Brown and Martin Robison Delany]/ Josephine Brown and Frank A. Rollin. New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. E185.96.T88 1991
see also William Wells Brown

Uncovering the underground railroad / Tony Scherman. American Legacy, 5(2): 22-32, Summer 1999.

The underground railroad / Raymond Bial. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1995.

The Underground railroad / Charles L. Blockson. New York : Prentice-Hall Press, 1987. E450.B66 1987

"The Underground railroad in Illinois" / Glennette Tilley Turner. American Visions, 13 : 33-35, 1988-99.   [Supplement on the state of Illinois]

The Underground railroad, official map and guide/ United States. Department of the Interior. National Park Service. [Washington, D.C.?] : The Service, [1996] Government Information I 29.6/6 :R 13

"A walk on the underground railroad" / Anthony Cohen. American Educator, 24(4): 20-25, Winter 2001-2001.   The author's personal story of how he studied and traced the actual routes used by the runaway slaves in their quest for freedom via underground railroad.



UNDERGROUND RAILROAD - HARRIET TUBMAN

Bound for the Promised Land : Harriet Tubman, portrait of an American hero / Larson, Kate Clifford. New York : Ballantine, 2004. E444.T82 L37 2004bx

Harriet Tubman / Marion W. Taylor. New York : Chelsea House Publishers, 1991.

Harriet Tubman : conductor on the underground railroad / Ann Petry. New York, N.Y. : Pocket Books, 1971.

"Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth among historic heroines whose stories are told at National Underground Railroad Freedom Center" . Jet, 105(6) : 20, February 9, 2004.   [News and recognition of the fight for freedom with the dedication of the new National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Tours and teaching of the stories of slavery using, among those freedom fighters, Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth. Biographical comments included on this page also.]

Harriet Tubman : the life and the life stories / Humez, Jean McMahon. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 2003. E444.T82 H86 2003

Harriet Tubman : the Moses of her people / Sarah Bradford. (reprint of a book first published in 1886). Bedford, MA : Applewood Books.

"Honor for freedom fighter : in New York State, March 10 is Harriet Tubman Day" / Merle English. Newsday Special Publication : Black History Month, 9, February 2004 [updated reprint of Newsday, G3, February 4, 2001].

Jacob Lawrence : the Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman series of 1938-40 / Ellen Harkins Wheat. Hampton, VA : Hampton University Museum in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1991. ND237.L29W48 1991

Joint Resolution to Designate March 10, 1990, as "Harriet Tubman Day" / Unites States. Washington, DC : U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990. Government Information AE 2.110 :101-252


WOMEN
see also Sally Hemings, Harriet Jacobs, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Toni Morrison, Sojourner Truth, and Harriet Tubman

The Abolitionist sisterhood : women's political culture in Antebellum America / Jean Fagan Yellin and John C. Van Horne, editors. Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1994. E449.A1555 1994

African American women confront the West : 1600-2000 / Taylor, Quintard and Moore, Shirley Ann Wilson, editors. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. E185.925 .A45 2003

America's women : four hundred years of dolls, drudges, helpmates, and heroines / Collins, Gail. New York : William Morrow, 2003. HQ1410 .C588 2003   [Includes: Women and abolition: white and Black, north and south.]

Anonymously yours [videorecording] / Aerial Productions : Keiko Deguchi, editor ; Jill Tufts, photography ; Claudio Ragazzi, music. Berkeley, CA : University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, 2002. IMC Video HQ111 .A66 2002bx   [Summary: An extraordinary documentary shot clandestinely in Burma, the film. examines sex-trafficking in Southeast Asia through interviews with four young women. The brutal honesty of their stories exposes the commonplace bartering and selling of. women and the cycles of poverty that enslave them. From the back rooms of teashops. and restaurants to the lounges of five-star hotels, the Far East sex trade thrives on the. routine merchandising of girls and women for the sexual pleasure of men from all cultures.]

Ar'n't I a woman? : female slaves in the plantation South / Deborah Gray White. New York : Norton, c1999. E443 .W58 1999x

Beyond image and convention : explorations in southern women's history / edited by Janet Lee Coryell ... [et al.]. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, c1998. HQ1438.S63 B48 1998   Includes: Between mistress and slave : Elizabeth Wirt's white housekeepers, 1808-1825 / Anya Jabour -- Making the most of life's opportunities : a slave woman and her family in Abingdon, Virginia / Norma Taylor Mitchell -- Her will against theirs : Eda Hickam and the ambiguity of freedom in postbellum Missouri / Kimberly Schreck

Black women abolitionists : a study in activism, 1828-1860 / Shirley J. Yee. Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 1992. E449.Y44 1992

The bondwoman's narrative / Hannah Crafts ; edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. New York : Warner Books, c2002. PS1449.C673 B66 2002b

Classic African American women's narratives / Andrews, William L. New York : Oxford University Press, 2003. PS647.A35 C56 2003   [Includes: Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a northern slave / Sojourner Truth -- Our nig; or, sketches from the life of a free black, in a two-story white house, North / Harriet E. Wilson -- Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Harriet A. Jacobs.]

Clotel, or the president's daughter : a narrative of slave life in the United States / William Wells Brown. New York, Arno Press, 1969. PS1139.B9C5 1969x

Colonialism and gender relations from Mary Wollstonecraft to Jamaica Kincaid : East Caribbean connections / Moira Ferguson. New York : Columbia University Press, 1993. PR129.C37F47 1993

A companion to American women's history / Hewitt, Nancy A., editor. Oxford ; Malden, MA : Blackwell, 2002. HQ1410 .C63 2002   [Includes: Slavery and the slave trade / Jennifer L. Morgan.]

The Culture of sentiment : race, gender, and sentimentality in nineteenth-century America / Shirley Samuels, editor. New York : Oxford University Press, 1992. PS217.S55C85 1992

The devotion of these women : Rhode Island in the antislavery network / Van Broekhoven, Deborah Bingham. Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, 2002. E445.R4 V36 2002

Discovering the women in slavery : emancipating perspectives on the American past / Patricia Morton, editor. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. E443.D57 1996

The freedom to remember : narrative, slavery, and gender in contemporary Black women's fiction / Mitchell, Angelyn. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2002. PS374.S58 M58 2002

The humblest may stand forth : rhetoric, empowerment, and abolition / Bacon, Jacqueline. [Columbia] : University of South Carolina Press, 2002. women abolition. PS407 .B33 2002

I thought my soul would rise and fly : the diary of Patsy, a freed girl / Joyce Hansen. New York : Scholastic, 1997.

Louisa May Alcott on race, sex, and slavery / Louisa May Alcott ; edited with an introduction by Sarah Elbert. Boston : Northeastern University Press, c1997. PS1016 .E43 1997

Love across color lines : Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass / Maria Diedrich. New York : Hill and Wang, 1999. E449 .D57 1999

Mary Grew : abolitionist and feminist, 1813-1896 / Ira V. Brown. Selinsgrove PA : Susquehanna University Press; London : Associated University Presses, 1991. HQ1413.G76B76 1991

Mistress of Riversdale : the plantation letters of Rosalie Stier Calvert, 1795-1821 / Rosalie Stier Calvert; edited by Margaret Law Callcott. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991. F187.C5C35 1991

Mothering across cultures : postcolonial representations / Reyes, Angelita Dianne. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 2002. PN56.3.B55 R49 2002

"Myrtilla Milner : determined school founder with Frederick Douglass" / Paul Phillips Cooke. Negro History Bulletin, 45(4) : 104-106, December 1982.

Neither ballots nor bullets : women abolitionists and the Civil War / Wendy Hamand Venet. Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1991. E628.V46 1991

"On long-lost pages, a female slave's voice" / David D. Kirkpatrick. New York Times, A1 & A26, November 11, 2001.   [This front page report is the story behind the finding of a 300 page handwritten manuscript entitled, "The bondswoman's narrative," written and signed by the slave, Hannah Crafts, who ran away from John Wheeler. It is believed to be a primary resource, for it recorded the words and thoughts and feelings dealing with slavery during that period. The book, which was purchased by Harvard scholar, Henry Gates Jr, may prove to be the earliest novel written by a female African American slave and the earliest novel by a black woman anywhere.]

Personal property : wives, white slaves, and the market in women / Margit Stange. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998. PS374 .W6 S74 1998

Selected letters of Lucretia Coffin Mott / Mott, Lucretia ; Palmer, Beverly Wilson, Ochoa, Holly Byers, and Faulkner, Carol, editors. Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois Press, 2002. HQ1413.M68 S45 2002

The selected papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony / Stanton, Elizabeth Cady and Anthony, Susan B. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 1997-. HQ1410 .A2525 1997   [Includes: v. 1. In the school of anti-slavery, 1840 to 1866.]

Sex and sexuality in early America / edited by Merril D. Smith. New York : New York University Press, 1998. HQ18.A37 S48 1998   Includes: Her master's voice : gender, speech, and gendered speech in the narrative of the captivity of Mary White Rowlandson / Steven Neuwirth -- William Byrd's "flourish" : the sexual cosmos of a southern planter / Richard Godbeer -- The sexual life of an eighteenth-century Jamaican slave overseer / Trevor Burnard

The showman and the slave : race, death, and memory in Barnum's America / Benjamin Reiss. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2001. E165 .R36 2001

Sister circle : Black women and work / Harley, Sharon, editor. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2002. HD6057.5.U5 S576 2002   [Includes: "Don't let nobody bother yo' principle" : the sexual economy of American slavery / Adrienne Davis.]

Six women's slave narratives / William L. Andrews, editor. (Schomburg library of nineteenth-century Black women writers.) New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. E444.S59 1988

Slave narratives / William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates, editors. New York : Library of America : Distributed to the trade by Penguin Putnam, 2000. E444 .S56 2000   [Includes ten narratives: Narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw (1772), Interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano (1789), The confessions of Nat Turner (1831), Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas (1845), Narrative of William W. Brown (1847), Narrative of the life and adventures of Henry Bibb (1849), Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850), Running a thousand miles for freedom (William and Ellen Craft, 1860), Incidents in the life of a slave girl by Harriet Jacobs (1861), Narrative of the life of Jacob D. Green (1864).]

"The slave who sued for freedom" / Jon Swan. American Legacy, 2(3) : 51-55, Fall 1966.   About Mum Bett, the slave seeking freedom from her owners.

Southern womanhood and slavery : a biography of Louisa S. McCord, 1810-1879 / Fought, Leigh. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 2003. PS2355.M6 Z67 2003

Staging the rage : the web of misogyny in modern drama / edited by Katherine H. Burkman and Judith Roof. Madison, NJ : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1998. PN1650.W65 S72 1998   Includes: A nation's meta-language : misogyny in Amiri Baraka's Dutchman and The slave / Beth McCoy

Subject to others : British women writers and colonial slavery, 1670-1834 / Moira Ferguson. New York : Routledge, 1992. PR408.S57F47 1992

Subjects of slavery, agents of change : women and power in Gothic novels and slave narratives, 1790-1865 / Kari J. Winter. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1992. PS152.W56 1992

Tara revisited : women, war, & the plantation legend / Catherine Clinton. New York : Abbeville Press, 1995. E628.C58 1995

Tituba, reluctant witch of Salem : devilish Indians and Puritan fantasies / Elaine G. Breslaw. New York : New York University Press, 1996. F2230.2.A7T573 1996

Tokens of affection : the letters of a planter's daughter in the Old South / Maria Bryan Harford Connell; edited by Carol Bleser. Athens : University of Georgia Press, 1996. F290.C66 1996

Touching liberty : abolition, feminism, and the politics of the body / Karen Sanchez-Eppler. Berkeley : University of California Press, 1993. PS217.S55S26 1993

The trials of Phillis Wheatley : America's first Black poet and her encounters with the founding fathers / Gates, Henry Louis. New York : Basic Civitas Books, 2003. . PS866.W5 Z595 2003

Vindicating the founders : race, sex, class, and justice in the origins of America / Thomas G. West. Lanham, Md. : Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, c1997. E302.1 .W47 1997

The voices of African American women : the use of narrative and authorial voice in the works of Harriet Jacobs, Zora Neale Hurston, and Alice Walker / Yvonne Johnson. New York : P. Lang, c1998. PS153.N5 J65 1998

Within the plantation household : Black and White women of the Old South / Elizabeth Fox-Genovese. Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1988. HQ1438.A13F69 1988

Women in the church : moving toward equality / Massey, Lesly F. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 2002. BV639.W7 M33 2002   [Includes: The anti-slavery movement and modern feminism.]

Writings on Black women of the diaspora : history, language, and identity / Lean'tin L. Bracks. New York : Garland Pub., 1998. PS374.N4 B64 1998

Writings on slavery and the American Civil War / Martineau, Harriet ; Logan, Deborah Anna, editor. DeKalb : Northern Illinois University Press, 2002. E449 .M388 2002



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