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From slave South to New South

public policy in nineteenth-century Georgia

by Peter Wallenstein

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Published by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia,
  • Georgia.
    • Subjects:
    • Fiscal policy -- Georgia -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Finance, Public -- Georgia -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) -- Georgia.,
    • Georgia -- Race relations.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter Wallenstein.
      SeriesThe Fred W. Morrison series in Southern studies
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ384 .W34 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 284 p. ;
      Number of Pages284
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2725611M
      ISBN 100807817171
      LC Control Number86019359

      History of the Slave South Promo. The course examines the American South from the early part of the 17th century, a time when slavery seems almost an accidental property of a society at the fringe of a much larger, well-established slave economy – through the Civil War where we find a southern economy entirely dependent upon slavery, an almost non-existent free labor force and a society hell. A book written by abolitionist Hinton Helper arguing that slavery mostly affected whites without slaves in a negative way. It caused unrest in the South- a factor in the later secession. task system.

        In her new book, They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South, Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers, UC Berkeley associate professor of history, expands our understanding of American slavery and the 19th century slave market with an investigation into the role of white women in the slave found they were active participants, profited from it and . More Slavery at the South (), written by a reporter for The Independent, was transcribed from an interview with an anonymous African American narrative explains the plight of African American domestics in the South during the early twentieth century by presenting a typical narrative by a nurse in Georgia.

      Cruelty, particularly from the overseers hired to manage slaves, is a frequent theme. South Carolina slave Louis Bishop said that to maximize productivity, punishment for infractions would be. South Carolina Slave Tracy M. Farris History J Professor Paul Heintz South Carolina Slave South Carolina considered slavery an essential ingredient to establish their rice crop plantations to generate the most amounts of cash.. The mentality of the South was to own as many slave as possible to produce the must amount of product without the cost of labor.


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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wallenstein, Peter. From slave South to New South.

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, © A major contribution to our understanding of slavery in the early republic, Deliver Us from Evil illuminates the white South's twisted and tortured efforts to justify slavery, focusing on the period from the drafting of the federal constitution in through the age of Jackson.

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The Political Economy of Slavery: Studies in the Economy and Society of the Slave South (Wesleyan Paperback)Cited by: Surprisingly modern and an important overview of an often-ignored part of the Slave South. While a few points could be revised, Wade’s book has withheld 50 years of research fairly well.

The book is fairly repetitive, especially for a somewhat short book/5. Life in Black and White Family and Community in the Slave South Brenda E. Stevenson. Life in Black and White provides a panoramic portrait of family and community life in the American South--weaving the fascinating personal stories of planters and slaves, of free blacks and poor-to-middling whites, into a powerful portrait of southern society from the mid-eighteenth century to the Civil War.

Slavery and Freedom: An Interpretation of the Old South. By James Oakes. (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Pp. xxii, $) In Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Mrs. Bird asks, "What could induce you to leave a good home, then, and run away, and go through such dangers?Cited by: About DocSouth Books; DocSouth Books provide affordable and easily accessible editions to a new generation of scholars, students, and general readers.

The Experience of a Slave in South Carolina By John Andrew Jackson An escaped slave details the horrors of slavery. "A remarkably fine work of creative scholarship." —C. Vann Woodward, New York Review of Books Inwhen four million African Americans were enslaved, a quarter-million others, including William Ellison, were "free people of color." But Ellison was remarkable.

Born a slave, his experience spans the history of the South from George Washington and Thomas Jefferson to Robert E. Lee and. This book gives a wonderful "inside experience" of slavery in the south. It's an amazing true account of a mulatto black slave (probably the illigitimate son of a slave owner), who was apprenticed with a desirable trade, payed his debt to become a "freed slave" and became successful enough to own his own by: The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet It is an book written by Hinton Rowan Helper of North Carolina, which he self-published in New York City.

It was a strong attack on slavery as inefficient and a barrier to the economic advancement of : Hinton Rowan Helper. The Blackbirders: A Brutal Story of the Kanaka Slave-Trade. London: Angus & Robertson. ISBN ; Gravelle, Kim. A History of Fiji. Suva: Fiji Times Limited. Horne, Gerald.

The White Pacific: US Imperialism and Black Slavery in the South Seas after the Civil War. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. ISBN This selection is taken from a book entitled My Life in the South, by Jacob Stroyer. Stroyer had been a slave on a large plantation in South Carolina until he was freed by the Emancipation.

Nothing is known about the source for "The New Slavery in the South—An Autobiography." It was published in The Independent, a New York newspaper, inand an editorial note at the beginning of the article assures the reader that it is a true story.

The narrator reports that he was born a slave in Elberton, Georgia sometime during the Civil War. The Slave Community: Plantation Life in the Antebellum South is a book written by American historian John W. hed init is one of the first historical studies of slavery in the United States to be presented from the perspective of the enslaved.

The Slave Community contradicted those historians who had interpreted history to suggest that African American slaves were Author: John W. Blassingame.

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Delegates agreed that each slave would count as three-fifths of a person, giving the South more representation, and that the slave trade would be banned 20 years hence, in.

(caption title) The New Slavery in the South--An Autobiography A Georgia Negro Peon p. New York The Independent Feb. 25, From The Independent, 56 (Feb.

25, ): New York: Published for the proprietors, Call number Davis Folio, AP2.I53 (Davis Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). Slavery In The South Bobblehead George Slave Auction - Black Friday Sale - Union Square New York City - Novem Rare Photos of Slaves in South.

Historians have made great strides in the past generation in mapping the geographic scope and tragic human toll of the domestic slave trade, which redistributed slaves from the Upper South .WATCH: Slavery in America. Enslaved people in the antebellum South constituted about one-third of the southern population.

Most lived on large plantations or small farms; many masters owned fewer.