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    Story of the Negro

    Bontemps, Arna Wendell, 1902-1973.

    A history of the Negro race, from the early tribes of Africa and empire of Ethiopia, through the practice of slavery in many areas, especially the United States, to early twentieth century achievements of American Negroes.

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    Five thousand years of slavery

    Gann, Marjorie.

    Traces the practice of slavery throughout the millennia, drawing on historical narratives, personal accounts, and visual sources to cover such examples as the ancient Sumerian practice of selling children into bondage and the oppression of Zanj salt marsh workers.

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    Index

    Slavery throughout history reference library

    Indexes the biography, almanac, and primary sources volumes of the "Slavery Throughout History Reference Library.".

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    Chronology of world slavery

    Rodriguez, Junius P.

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    Slavery throughout history

    Sylvester, Theodore L.

    Presents a comprehensive examination of the institution of slavery throughout the world, from ancient Mesopotamia to modern times, and includes illustrations, maps, a timeline, glossary, cross-references, a bibliography, and an index.

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    Slavery throughout history

    Sylvester, Theodore L.

    Profiles thirty people affected by or involved in the institution of slavery throughout the world, from ancient times to the twentieth century; also includes a time line and a glossary.

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    Sources

    Slavery throughout history

    Contains twenty primary source documents that pertain to the institution of slavery as it has been practiced throughout history around the world, featuring complete and excerpted texts; and includes document-specific glossaries, and resources for further study.

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    Sugar changed the world : a story of magic, spice, slavery, freedom, and science

    Aronson, Marc.

    Chronicles the human pursuit of sugar to satisfy our collective sweet tooth. The book describes this history in terms of ages, beginning with the Age of Honey, built on local growth and consumption of comestibles; through the Age of Sugar and its slave-supported "factory" plantation method of production; and into a period of science and freedom, when enslaved workers claimed their human rights and production of sweeteners shifted from the field to the lab.

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    Strange new land : African Americans, 1617-1776

    Wood, Peter H., 1943-

    Discusses the lives of blacks in the American colonies, from the 17th century when slaves were first brought over by the Spanish to the onset of the American Revolution.

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    Five thousand years of slavery

    Gann, Marjorie.

    Traces the practice of slavery throughout the millennia, drawing on historical narratives, personal accounts, and visual sources to cover such examples as the ancient Sumerian practice of selling children into bondage and the oppression of Zanj salt marsh workers.

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    Slavery and resistance

    Jordan, Anne Devereaux.

    Describes the history of slavery in the Americas from the early colonial times to the end of the Civil War and Emancipation.

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    All times, all peoples : a world history of slavery

    Meltzer, Milton, 1915-

    Examines the historical patterns of slavery throughout the world, from ancient times through the present.

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    I lay my stitches down : poems of American slavery

    Grady, Cynthia.

    A collection of poems that depict people and events throughout the history of slavery in the United States.

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    African-Americans in the thirteen colonies

    Kent, Deborah.

    Presents a brief history of African-Americans and of slavery in seventeenth and eighteenth century America.

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    The Emancipation Proclamation

    Carey, Charles W.

    Discusses the reasons for Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and its impact on the institution of slavery and on the course of the Civil War.

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    Slavery and the coming of the Civil War, 1831-1861

    Collier, Christopher, 1930-

    Discusses attitudes and events that led up to the Civil War, particularly the institution of slavery.

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    Days of Jubilee : the end of slavery in the United States

    McKissack, Pat, 1944-

    Uses slave narratives, letters, diaries, military orders, and other documents to chronicle the various stages leading to the emancipation of slaves in the United States.

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    Traveling the freedom road : from slavery & the Civil War through Reconstruction

    Osborne, Linda Barrett, 1949-

    Collects accounts from slave narratives, journals, diaries, and other sources to provide a first-person perspective on the antebellum South, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.

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    My family shall be free! : the life of Peter Still

    Fradin, Dennis B.

    Shares the story of Peter Still, a boy left behind in slavery when his mother decided to flee north with her baby daughters in 1806; discussing how he was able to purchase his freedom after forty years in bondage, and telling about his risky attempts to win freedom for his wife and children.

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