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Title Neither slave nor free the freedman of African descent in the slave societies of the New World. Edited with an introd. by David W. Cohen and Jack P. Greene
Published Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press [1972]
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 344 pages)
Series The Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history ; 3rd
Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history ; 3rd
Contents Colonial Spanish America / Frederick P. Bowser -- Surinam and Curaçao / H. Hoetink -- Colonial Brazil / A.J.R. Russell-Wood -- The French Antilles / Léo Elisabeth -- Saint Domingue / Gwendolyn Midlo Hall -- Jamaica / Douglas Hall -- Barbados / Jerome S. Handler and Arnold A. Sio -- The slave states of North America / Eugene D. Genovese -- Cuba / Franklin W. Knight -- Nineteenth-century Brazil / Herbert S. Klein
Summary This book contains a collection of ten essays about the role of slavery throughout the Americas
Analysis Negro freedmen Social conditions America, c.1600-1900
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Freed persons -- America -- Congresses
Slavery -- America -- Congresses
Esclavage -- Etats-Unis -- Congres.
Esclaves -- Emancipation -- Etats-Unis -- Congres.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Cohen, David William, editor
Greene, Jack P., editor
ISBN 1421441187