1 edition of Fighting slavery in Chicago found in the catalog.
Fighting slavery in Chicago
Includes bibliographical references (p. 182-204) and index.
|LC Classifications||F548.4 .C36 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||2011280533|
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Outraged at the assassination of abolitionist editor, Elijah Lovejoy, in Alton, Illinois, he rallied Chicogoans to form the Chicago chapter of the Anti-Slavery Society.
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The book raises the most profound questions about slavery, reparations, and the debt that the United States owes to the people whose unfree labor constructed a great deal of that nation." -- Gregory P. Downs, author of The Second American Revolution: The Civil War-Era Struggle over Cuba and the Rebirth of the American Republic/5(29).
the slave fights he witnessed growing up in antebellum Alabama, not ing that although the fights were "mo' fo' de w'ite fo'k's 'joyment," the slaves were also "'lowed to see it." According to Finnely, the masters of different plantations matched their slaves by size and then bet on them. Finnely's master had one slave who weighed pounds and.
The History of Negro Servitude in Illinois, and of the Slavery Agitation in that State, Chicago, IL: A.C. McClurg & Company, Harrold, Stanley. Border War: Fighting over Slavery before the Civil War. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.
Slaves were sometimes sent to fight for their owners; it just wasn’t to the death. Tom Molineaux was a Virginia slave who won his freedom—and, for his owner, $,—after winning a match.
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This is the first book to explore in a systematic manner the strategies used by Africans to protect and defend themselves and their communities from the onslaught of the Atlantic slave trade and how they assaulted it.
It concludes with a reflective epilogue on the memory of slavery. North America: Ohio U Press. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Fighting slavery in Chicago: abolitionists, the law of slavery, and Lincoln in SearchWorks catalog.
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Everyone opposes slavery, right. Okay, those who are enslaving over 21 million people worldwide don't oppose it, but assuming the vast majority of people do oppose human trafficking and modern slavery, you might think that fighting slavery would be fairly straight forward.
But it isn't. In fact, it can be quite difficult and frustrating. The. Everleigh Club, Chicago. When critics bring up the similarity of today’s trafficking brouhaha with white-slavery scares, they most often point to William Steads investigation for the Pall Mall Gazette in London in the late 19th century.
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In Maryland the slave and servant population, added to the despised Catholics, nearly equaled free Protestant whites. In Maryland jailed William Stratton, a white “servant,” and “two slaves” for poisoning Jeremiah Chase, a member of the House of Delegates.
Because slaves were considered less than human, their names went unreported. The book Black Patriots and Loyalists: Fighting for Emancipation in the War for Independence, Alan Gilbert is published by University of Chicago Press. Lincoln's Evolving Thoughts On Slavery, Eric Foner is a history professor at Columbia University and the author of several books about the history of American race relations.Books shelved as civil-war-non-fiction: Grant by Ron Chernow, Sultana: Surviving the Civil War, Prison, and the Worst Maritime Disaster in American Histo.FIGHTING THE TRAFFIC IN YOUNG GIRLS.
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