The Slave Community: Plantation Life in the Antebellum South

By: Blassingame, John W

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The Slave Community: Plantation Life in the Antebellum South by Blassingame, John W
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New York: Oxford University Press, 1979. 675 g; XVIII, 414 pages, includes a bibliography, index. Several appendices, tables, charts, black-and-white reproductions of drawings, and photographs. The original dustjacket. The backstrip of the dust jacket has faded from a red to a pale orange. Trace of flecking to the lower right-hand corner of the front board, and slight dustiness to the top edge of the text block. "Presenting a positive view of the blacks under slavery and eloquent on the ways in which African culture and social institutions endured and were adapted to slavery, The Slave Community has since its first publication in 1972, become a classic in its field. Now, taking account of major studies published since the original edition appeared, this revised and expanded edition presents much of fresh material. It includes a completely new chapter which compares the lives of white slaves in Africa with those of blacks in the South and demonstrate how southern churches Christianised the slaves while creating guilt in their masters -- a groundbreaking analysis of the place of religion in the planters' ideology and psyche.." -- dust jacket. Revised and Enlarged Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good -- Faded Spine. Illus. by Contemporary Illustrations. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. History -- America.

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