Carry Me Back : The Domestic Slave Trade in American Life
By: Deyle, Steven.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2005Description: 1 online resource (411 p.).ISBN: 9781602567948.Subject(s): Slave trade | Slavery | Slavery - United States - History - 19th century | SlavesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Carry Me Back : The Domestic Slave Trade in American LifeDDC classification: 381.440973 | 381/.44/0973 LOC classification: E449 .D525 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents; Introduction; 1 The Irony of Liberty: Origins of the Domestic Slave Trade; 2 A Most Important Form of Commerce: The Rise of the Cotton Kingdom; 3 A Most Fateful Form of Commerce: The Fall of the Cotton Kingdom; 4 "CASH FOR NEGROES": Slave Traders and the Market Revolution in the South; 5 A Regular Part of Everyday Life: The Buying and Selling of Human Property; 6 Outside Looking In: The Domestic Slave Trade and the Abolitionist Attack on Slavery; 7 Inside Looking Out: The Slave Trade's Effect upon the White South
8 "The Nastiness of Life": African-American Resistance to the Domestic Slave TradeEpilogue; Appendix A: Total Slave Migration, 1820-1860, and Percentage of Migration Attributable to the Interregional Slave Trade; Appendix B: Estimated Number of Local Slave Sales and Total Number of Southern Slave Sales, 1820-1860; Notes; Bibliography; Index
A tour-de-force examination of the history of the domestic slave trade in America. This book represents a detailed accounting of the movement of slaves from market within the United States, as well as an examination of the lives of those operating and participating in the business world of those markets.
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