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Slavery in the United States by Gary E. Barr
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Gary E. Barr
Publisher
Heinemann Educational Books
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Pages
56
ISBN
9781403445780
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Paperback
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This book uses primary source materials to study the institution of slavery in the United States and its role in the Civil War. Contents include: What is slavery?; Slavery begins in English America; How did they get there?; Slave auctions; Slave work; Slave women and children; Slave food, clothing, and shelter; Slave families; The slave community; Time off from work; Overseers and masters; U.S. government policy 1600s-1850s; Southern attitudes; Northern attitudes; Rebellion; Liberia; The underground railroad; Abolitionist writers; John Brown and Dredd Scott; African American soldiers in the Civil War; Freed slaves; What have we learned from slavery?

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