JUNE 19, 1865
- A New Perspective on Antebellum Slavery: Public Policy and Slave Prices. Yanochik, Mark. A.; Ewing, Bradley T.; Thornton, Mark // Atlantic Economic Journal;Sep2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p330
Modern economic historians have focused their attention on the supervision and productivity of slavery and have largely ignored the roles that public policy and slave security played in the profitability of antebellum slavery. Other scholars have focused on the public security policy in the...
- Freedmen and enslaved soil. Trotti, Michael // Virginia Magazine of History & Biography;1996, Vol. 104 Issue 4, p455
Presents a case study of the manumission and migration of slaves in Virginia. Emphasis of the story of Virginia slave plantations and Ohio freedom; Samuel Gist's role concerning slavery; Controversies of the Gist trust; Migration of Gist's freedmen to Ohio in 1819, 1821 and 1831; Story of the...
- ONCE A SLAVE, ALWAYS A SLAVE? SLAVERY, MANUMISSION AND RELATIONAL PATTERNS IN PAUL'S LETTER TO PHILEMON. de Vos, Craig S. // Journal for the Study of the New Testament;Jun2001, Issue 82, p89
Focuses on slavery, manumission and relational patterns in the letters of Saint Paul to Philemon. Suggestions of a deliberate ambiguity of the writings of Saint Paul; Concerns of cultural anthropology in describing different cultures in a comparative way; Features of the collectivist cultures...
- 1834. // Antigua & Barbuda: Webster's Timeline History;2009, p5
The article focuses on the emancipation of slavery in Antigua and Barbuda in 1834.
- Slavery at Different Times and Places. Engerman, Stanley L. // American Historical Review;Apr2000, Vol. 105 Issue 2, p480
Discusses several issues associated with slavery. Economic and legal basis of slavery; Links between slavery and nonslave aspects of different societies; Definition of slavery; Problems with the comparison between slavery and freedom; Debates on the link of racism and slavery.
- Abolition Without Deliverance: The Law of Connecticut Slavery 1784-1848. Menschel, David // Yale Law Journal;Oct2001, Vol. 111 Issue 1, p183
Examines the Gradual Abolition Act of 1784 which was adopted in Connecticut for the gradual abolition of slavery. Provisions of the law which led to its failure to free the slaves in the state; Factors which contributed to the decline of slavery in the state after 1784; Effect of the law on...
- The White Curse. Galeano, Eduardo // Progressive;Jun2004, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p18
Recounts the historical evolution of Haiti as a nation under the influence of Western states. History of the abolition of slavery in the country; Role of France in reviving slavery in Haiti; Description of the U.S. military occupation in Haiti.
- SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF NEGRO EMANCIPATION. Gillard, John T. // America;9/10/1938, Vol. 59 Issue 23, p532
The article focuses on the history of Negro slaves in the U.S. as they celebrate the diamond jubilee of the first decree leading to emancipation from slavery in 1938. The author recalled the time in 1863 when Abraham Lincoln issued his order on the Negro slaves and enacted an emergency war...
- POR MI PRECIO O MI BUEN COMPORTAMIENTO: OPORTUNIDADES Y ESTRATEGIAS DE MANUMISI�N DE LOS ESCLAVOS NEGROS Y MULATOS EN SANTIAGO DE CHILE, 1698-1750. BILBAO, CLAUDIO MOIS�S OGASS // Revista Historia;jun2009, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p141
The aim of this paper is to determine under what circumstances slaves became eligible for freedom and to track their efforts and strategies to achieve it between 1698 and 1750. This is a period when slavery was widely legitimized in Santiago, Chile. The findings are based on the analysis of...