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Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-25).
|Series||Robert Fortenbaugh memorial lecture ;, 40th|
|LC Classifications||E441 .B46 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||2003275722|
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Most of the original narratives are in southern dialect. It is a part of American history that many people would rather forget, but that is not an option, for slavery left a stain on the nation's fabric. It cannot be removed, nor should it be.
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The following information has been prepared to assist those interested in this topic. The United States treats slavery as history when it should be discussed as a memory. Suffering and atrocity cannot be measured, and they certainly aren’t a form of competition. Explore our list of Slavery & Abolitionism - African American History Books at Barnes & Noble®.
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The first enslaved African in Massachusetts was the property of the schoolmaster of Harvard. Yale funded its first graduate-level courses and its first scholarship with the rents from a small slave plantation it owned in Rhode Island. The scholarship’s first recipient went on to found Dartmouth, and a later grantee co-founded the College of New Jersey, known today as Princeton.
His latest book, Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom, received the Pulitzer Prize for History in His previous books include Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory and American Oracle: The Civil War in the Civil Rights Era.
Prior to joining the Yale faculty inBlight taught at Amherst College, North Central College. Her research interests include 19th and 20th Century U.S. history, African American history, African American Civil War memory, and the legacy of the Lost Cause.
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