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Author : سولمون نورثوب/-/-
ISBN : 9789948174172
Genre : Science
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يكشف هذا النص كيف عاش نورثوب فى ظروف العبودية القاسية,وكابد المرض والجلد وتعرض لمحاولة شنق.ويصف الحياة اليومية للعبيد فى لويزيانا,ونظامهم الغذائى,وظروف حياتهم,والعلاقة بين السيد والعبد,وكيف كان مطاردو العبيد يلاحقون الفارين ويعيدونهم إلى نير العبودية.كما يوضح الظروف التى أحاطت باستعادته الحرية بعد سنوات العبودية الطويلة.
Category: Science

The Atlantic Slave Trade

Author : Herbert S. Klein
ISBN : 0521465885
Genre : History
File Size : 39.58 MB
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6 The Middle Passage
Category: History

The Slave Trade

Author : Tom Monaghan
ISBN : 0237536269
Genre : General Certificate of Secondary Education
File Size : 78.92 MB
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Each title in this wonderful series presents a two-part investigation of a major event or significant era in world history. A detailed narrative provides an analysis of the immediate significance of events, and their place in the bigger picture, going on to examine the consequences of these events & their impact both on contemporaries and the generations that have followed.
Category: General Certificate of Secondary Education

Inhuman Bondage

Author : David Brion Davis
ISBN : 9780199840106
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 78.18 MB
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David Brion Davis has long been recognized as the leading authority on slavery in the Western World. His books have won every major history award--including the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award--and he has been universally praised for his prodigious research, his brilliant analytical skill, and his rich and powerful prose. Now, in Inhuman Bondage, Davis sums up a lifetime of insight in what Stanley L. Engerman calls "a monumental and magisterial book, the essential work on New World slavery for several decades to come." Davis begins with the dramatic Amistad case, which vividly highlights the international character of the Atlantic slave trade and the roles of the American judiciary, the presidency, the media, and of both black and white abolitionists. The heart of the book looks at slavery in the American South, describing black slaveholding planters, the rise of the Cotton Kingdom, the daily life of ordinary slaves, the highly destructive internal, long-distance slave trade, the sexual exploitation of slaves, the emergence of an African-American culture, and much more. But though centered on the United States, the book offers a global perspective spanning four continents. It is the only study of American slavery that reaches back to ancient foundations (discussing the classical and biblical justifications for chattel bondage) and also traces the long evolution of anti-black racism (as in the writings of David Hume and Immanuel Kant, among many others). Equally important, it combines the subjects of slavery and abolitionism as very few books do, and it illuminates the meaning of nineteenth-century slave conspiracies and revolts, with a detailed comparison with 3 major revolts in the British Caribbean. It connects the actual life of slaves with the crucial place of slavery in American politics and stresses that slavery was integral to America's success as a nation--not a marginal enterprise. A definitive history by a writer deeply immersed in the subject, Inhuman Bondage offers a compelling narrative that links together the profits of slavery, the pain of the enslaved, and the legacy of racism. It is the ultimate portrait of the dark side of the American dream. Yet it offers an inspiring example as well--the story of how abolitionists, barely a fringe group in the 1770s, successfully fought, in the space of a hundred years, to defeat one of human history's greatest evils.
Category: Social Science

A Mercy

Author : Toni Morrison
ISBN : 0307270440
Genre : Fiction
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National Bestseller One of The New York Times 10 Best Books of the Year In the 1680s the slave trade in the Americas is still in its infancy. Jacob Vaark is an Anglo-Dutch trader and adventurer, with a small holding in the harsh North. Despite his distaste for dealing in “flesh,” he takes a small slave girl in part payment for a bad debt from a plantation owner in Catholic Maryland. This is Florens, who can read and write and might be useful on his farm. Rejected by her mother, Florens looks for love, first from Lina, an older servant woman at her new master's house, and later from the handsome blacksmith, an African, never enslaved, who comes riding into their lives. A Mercy reveals what lies beneath the surface of slavery. But at its heart, like Beloved, it is the ambivalent, disturbing story of a mother and a daughter—a mother who casts off her daughter in order to save her, and a daughter who may never exorcise that abandonment. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction

Teaching World History In The Twenty First Century A Resource Book

Author : Heidi Roupp
ISBN : 9781317458968
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 70.95 MB
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This practical handbook is designed to help anyone who is preparing to teach a world history course - or wants to teach it better. It includes contributions by experienced teachers who are reshaping world history education, and features new approaches to the subject as well as classroom-tested practices that have markedly improved world history teaching.
Category: Business & Economics

Ending Slavery

Author : Kevin Bales
ISBN : 0520254708
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 29.54 MB
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Looks at the lives of people living as slaves today and proposes guidelines to rid the world of slavery.
Category: Political Science

Saltwater Slavery

Author : Stephanie E. Smallwood
ISBN : 9780674030688
Genre : History
File Size : 23.6 MB
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This bold, innovative book promises to radically alter our understanding of the Atlantic slave trade, and the depths of its horrors. Stephanie E. Smallwood offers a penetrating look at the process of enslavement from its African origins through the Middle Passage and into the American slave market. Saltwater Slavery is animated by deep research and gives us a graphic experience of the slave trade from the vantage point of the slaves themselves. The result is both a remarkable transatlantic view of the culture of enslavement, and a painful, intimate vision of the bloody, daily business of the slave trade.
Category: History

Encyclopedia Of Slave Resistance And Rebellion

Author : Junius P. Rodriguez
ISBN : 0313332738
Genre : African Americans
File Size : 43.71 MB
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Entries cover slave rebellions, rebels, and modes and forms of slave resistance throughout the Americas, also providing information on the depiction of slavery and slave rebellions in literature and mass media.
Category: African Americans