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From slavery to freedom : a history of Negro Americans

Author: John Hope Franklin; Alfred A Moss
Publisher: New York : Knopf, 1988.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 6th edView all editions and formats
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Takes full cognizance of the growing diversity and complexity of problems facing black Americans along with the recent escalation of scholarly research.
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Genre/Form: History
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Franklin, John Hope, 1915-2009.
From slavery to freedom.
New York : Knopf, 1988
(OCoLC)572779268
Online version:
Franklin, John Hope, 1915-2009.
From slavery to freedom.
New York : Knopf, 1988
(OCoLC)604027404
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Hope Franklin; Alfred A Moss
ISBN: 039456362X 9780394563626 0394370139 9780394370132
OCLC Number: 15550175
Description: xxii, 581 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Land of their ancestors. Ghana ; Mali ; Songhay ; Other States --
2. The African way of life. Political institutions ; Economic life ; Social organization ; Religion ; The arts ; The transplantation of African culture --
3. The slave trade and the New World. European and Asian interests ; Africans in the New World ; The big business of slave trading ; One-way passage ; Colonial enterprise in the Caribbean ; The plantation system ; Slavery in mainland Latin America --
4. Colonial slavery. Virginia and Maryland ; The Carolinas and Georgia ; The Middle Colonies ; Negroes in Colonial New England --
5. That all may be free. Slavery and the Revolutionary philosophy ; Negroes fighting for American independence ; The movement to manumit Slaves ; The conservative reaction --
6. THe turn of the century. The Negro population in 1790 ; Slavery and the Industrial Revolution ; Trouble in the Caribbean ; The closing of the slave trade ; The search for independence --
7. The westward march. Frontier influences ; Negro pioneers in the westward march ; The War of 1812 ; Emergence of the Cotton Kingdom ; The domestic slave trade ; Persistence of the African trade --
8. That peculiar institution. Scope and extent ; The Slave Codes ; Plantation scene ; Nonagricultural pursuits ; Social considerations ; The slave's reaction to bondage --
9. Quasi-Free Negroes. American anomaly ; Economic and social development ; The struggle in the North and West ; Colonization --
10. Slavery and intersectional strife. The North attacks ; Black abolitionists ; The Underground Railroad ; The South strikes back ; Stress and strain in the fifties --
11. Civil War. Uncertain Federal policy ; Moving toward freedom ; Confederate policy ; Blacks fighting for the Union ; Victory! --
12. The effort to attain peace. Reconstruction and the nation ; Conflicting policies ; Relief and rehabilitation ; Economic adjustment ; Political currents --
13. Losing the peace. The struggle for domination ; The overthrow of Reconstruction ; The movement for disfranchisement ; The triumph of White supremacy.
Responsibility: John Hope Franklin, Alfred A. Moss , Jr.

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Takes full cognizance of the growing diversity and complexity of problems facing black Americans along with the recent escalation of scholarly research.

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