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ePub Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedmen of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the New World (The Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History) download
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David W. Cohen,Jack P. Greene
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Neither slave nor free. the freedman of African descent in the slave societies of the New World. Includes bibliographical references. This volume grew out of a symposium. held at the Johns Hopkins University on April 8 and 9, 1970

Neither slave nor free. Published 1972 by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore. held at the Johns Hopkins University on April 8 and 9, 1970. Sponsored by the Department of History and the Institute of Southern History. The Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history ;, 3rd.

The Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book

The Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history. General Note: "This volume grew out of a symposium. Greene, Jack P. Uniform Title: Johns Hopkins symposia in comparative history. Rubrics: Freedmen Congresses Slavery America. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site.

Series: Johns Hopkins Symposia in Comparative History (3rd).

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David W. Greene (eds), Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedman of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the New World (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1972), pp. 335–9Google Scholar. Hall, ‘The 1816 freedman petition in the Danish West Indies: its background and consequences’, Boletin de estudios Latinoamericanos y del Caribe, 29 (1980), pp. 55–73. 23. Gad J. Heuman, Between Black and White: Race, Politics, and the Free Coloureds in Jamaica, 1792–1865 (Westport, Conn. Greenwood Press, 1981), p. oogle Scholar.

Cuba Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedmen of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the New World. The sex ratios and age distribution of slave and free migrant arrivals to the New World between 1820 and 1980-and probably earlier-were very similar and although nuclear family groupings existed only in the free migrant traffic the nuclear or at least the two-parent family quickly emerged in the American slave communities.

Cohen, David . and Jack P. Greene, eds. Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedmen of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the . Africa and Africans in the Making of the Atlantic World, 1400–1800. 2d ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Neither Slave nor Free: The Freedmen of African Descent in the Slave Societies of the New World. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1972. DOI: 1. E-mail Citation . A standard text introducing readers to Africans as agents in the Atlantic economy of the early modern period.

The Journal of African History. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1972. George Shepperson (a1). University of Edinburgh. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 January 2009.

Bibliographic Details  .

Bibliographic Details Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Pre. Publication Date: 1972. All of these essays furnish important insights into our understanding of racism and slave societies in the Americas. Much significance is attached to the ratios of freedmen to slaves; the statistical information alone is invaluable.

These ten essays constitute "a distinctive contribution to the enticing but treacherous domain of a comparative history. (The book) succeeds because it is written by qualified scholars who address a delimited, manageable subject" ("American Historical Review").
  • I am currently writing a book, and as a part of that process I wanted to find information about African Americans who either were not affected by slavery (i.e. free) or those who had been free since about the 1700's or the 1800's. I was also looking for something that deals (realistically) with the relationship between Sephardic Jews in the Americas and African Americans. This book helped me on both fronts (even though some of the information I was looking for is only in small amounts in this book).

    This is not a novel per say so for me it was not something I read from front to back, but it has served as a good reference book. Because it deals with South America for the most part there is more information on the topic of free African Americans from those sources that had less reason to hide or not discuss the issues of free West Africans in the Americas. Much of the book is based on either statistical data and other accounts, this is due to the fact that there isn't a gerth of information on Free African Americans. This book also discusses why that is the case since the outside definition between free and enslaved West Africans in the Americas is often blurry.

    I would recommend this book for anyone who is looking for additional references for the bigger picture of the African experience in America.

  • Excellent book