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Political languages of emancipation in the British Caribbean and the U.S. South
Political languages of emancipation in the British Caribbean and the U.S. South
Eudell Demetrius L2002
Articles
Subject: This comparative study examines the emancipation process in the British Caribbean, particularly Jamaica, during the 1830s and in the United States, particularly South Carolina, during the 1860s. Analysing the intellectual and ideological foundations of post-slavery Anglo-America, the book explores how former slaves, former slaveholders, and their societies' central governments understood and discussed slavery, emancipation, and the transition between the two.
Edition:
1st ed
Imprint:
Chapel Hill 2002 University of North Carolina Press
Collation:
238p
ISBN:
0807853453
Dewey class:
HI.6.02EUD
Local class:
HI.6.02/EUD
Language:
English
BRN:
1839753
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