American nation: a history ; v. 16. Slavery in America and the world: history, culture & law. World constitutions illustrated. Legal classics library.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 324-343) and index.
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American social characteristics (1830-1860) The intellectual life (1830-1840) The era of transportation (1830-1850) Slavery as an economic system (1607-1860) The slave-holder and his neighbors (1830-1860) The free Negro (1830-1860) Plantation life (1830-1860) Control of the slaves (1830-1860) The slave-market (1830-1860) The defence of slavery (1830-1860) The anti-slavery movement (1624-1840) Garrisonian abolition (1830-1845) Non-Garrisonian abolition (1831-1860) The abolition propaganda (1830-1840) The Abolitionist and the slave (1830-1840) The Abolitionist and the slave-holder (1830-1860) Abolition and government (1830-1840) Anti-slavery in Congress (1831-1840) Interstate and international relations of slavery (1822-1842) Panic of 1837 (1837-1841) The effects of abolition (1830-1860).
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