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Linking the Histories of Slavery: North America and Its Borderlands

edited by Bonnie Martin and James F. Brooks
Format
Book
Published
Santa Fe : School for Advanced Research Press, 2015.
Edition
First edition
Language
English
Series
Advanced Seminar Series
ISBN
9781938645600 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Introduction / Bonnie Martin and James F. Brooks
  • Part I. Links to early slavery
  • Captives and slaves in indigenous North America / Catherine M. Cameron
  • From Westo to Comanche: the role of commercial Indian slaving in the development of colonial North America / Eric E. Bowne
  • Part II. Links to expanding slave networks
  • Indians, convicts, and slaves: an Apache diaspora to Cuba at the start of the nineteenth century / Paul Conrad
  • Lúgsh and Laláki: slaves, chiefs, medicine men, and the indigenous political landscape of the upper Klamath basin, 1820-1860s / Boyd D. Cothran
  • Captivity and economic landscapes in California and the far west, 1769-1850 / Natale Zappia
  • "The time is now just arriving when many capitalists will make fortunes": Indian removal, finance, and slavery in the making of the American cotton south / Calvin Schermerhorn
  • The Saltillo slavery debates: Mexicans, Anglo-Americans, and slavery's future in nineteenth-century North America / Andrew J. Torget
  • Linking chains: Comanche captivity, Black chattel slavery, and empire in antebellum central Texas / Mark Allan Goldberg
  • Part III. Links to legacies of slavery
  • Cautivos y criados: cultural memories of slavery in New Mexico / Enrique R. Lamadrid
  • Relocation revisited: twentieth -century considerations / Sarah Deer
  • Slavery and prostitution: a twenty-first-century abolitionist perspective / Melissa Farley.
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pages cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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