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Slave Counterpoint: Black Culture in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake and Lowcountry (Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia)

Morgan, Philip D.

ISBN 10: 0807824097 / ISBN 13: 9780807824092
Editore: The University of North Carolina Press, 1998
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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: ContentsList of Illustrations and Tables Abbreviations Introduction Prelude. Two Infant Slave SocietiesPart I. Contours of the Plantation Experience 1. Two Plantation Worlds Two Landscapes Two Plantation Systems Two Populations 2. Material Life Housing Dress Diet 3. Fieldwork Seasons of Labor Organization of Labor Patterns of Labor 4. Skilled Work Occupational Structures The Life Cycle of Skilled Workers Drivers and Foremen Artisans Watermen Household SlavesPart II. Encounters between Whites and Blacks 5. Patriarchs, Plain Folk, and Slaves Masters and Slaves Plain Folk and Slaves 6. Economic Exchanges between Whites and Blacks Channels of Communication Field Hands and Overseers Slaves in the Middle Constant Companions Trade 7. Social Transactions between Whites and Blacks Violence Sex Recreation ReligionPart III. The Black World 8. African American Societies Africans Creoles and Africans Creoles Blacks and Indians Slaves and Free Blacks 9. Family Life Structures Stability Moving and Staying The Significance of Kin 10. African American Cultures Words Play Soul Coda. Two Mature Slave Societies Acknowledgments IndexIllustrations and Tables Plates 1.Industry and Idleness 2. Artifacts 3.Residence and Slave Quarters of Mulberry Plantation 4.Extraordinary Appearances in the Heavens, and on Earth 5. Ferry Tract Plantation 6.SW View of the Settlement of Hartford 7. Fairlawn Plantation 8. Frogmore Plantation 9. Plantation of John Middleton 10. Mortar and Pestle 11. Plantation of John Bull 12. Indigo Culture 13.Perry Hall Slave Quarters with Field Hands at Work 14.Residence of George Heinrick Repold, Lexington Street near Fremont Avenue 15. Colono Ware Jug 16. Blacks Working on the James River 17.Portrait of a Man / Virginia Luxuries 18.Alic, a Fairthful and Humerous Old Servant 19.An Overseer Doing His Duty 20.The Old Plantation 21. Drum and Cane 22.Preparations for the Enjoyment of a Fine Sunday among the Blacks, Norfolk 23.A South View of Julianton Plantation, the Property of Francis Levett, Esqr.Maps 1. The Coastal Origins of African Slaves 2. The Distribution of Black Slaves in South Carolina, 1720-1790 3. The Distribution of Black Slaves in Virginia, 1750-1790Figures 1. Adult Sex Ratios among Slaves in the Chesapeake and South Carolina, 1705-1775 2.Female-Child Ratios among Slaves in the Chesapeake and South Carolina, 1705-1775 3. Population Pyramids of Slaves in the Chesapeake, 1709-1791 4. Population Pyramids of Slaves in the Lowcountry, 1758-1780 5. The Months When Slaves Ran Away, 1732-1781 6. Labor to Cultivate and Process Rice, circa 1800 7. Age Profile of Africans and Creoles among Adult Male Slaves on Elias Ball's Comingtee Plantation, 1778 8. Age Profile of Africans and Creoles among Slaves Belonging to Colonel Stapleton on Saint Helena Island, 1810 9. Age Profile of Runaways in the Chesapeake and Lowcountry, 1732-1787Tables 1. Plantation Size in South Carolina, 1720-1779 2. Plantation Size in Virginia, 1720-1779 3. Landholding in South Carolina Parishes, 1745-1785 4. Landholding in Virginia Counties, 1768-1778 5. Primary Production of Virginia and South Carolina Plantations, 1730-1776 6. Primary Equipment on Virginia and South Carolina Plantations, 1730-1776 7. Livestock on Virginia and South Carolina Plantations, 1730-1776 8. Secondary and Tertiary Equipment on Virginia and South Carolina Plantations, 1730-1776 9. African Immigration to Virginia and South Carolina, 1700-1790 10. Africans in the Virginia and South Carolina Slave Populations, 1700-1800 11. Coastal Origins of Virginia and South Carolina Africans, 1710s-1. Codice inventario libreria ABE_book_new_0807824097

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