Black Slaves Indian Masters

Author: Barbara Krauthamer
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469607107
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Black Slaves, Indian Masters: Slavery, Emancipation, and Citizenship in the Native American South From the late eighteenth century through the end of the Civil War, Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians bought, sold, and owned Africans and African ...

Envisioning Emancipation

Author: Deborah Willis
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 1439909857
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From photos of the enslaved on plantations and African American soldiers and camp workers in the Union Army to Juneteenth celebrations, slave reunions, and portraits of black families and workers in the American South, the images in this ...

Why You Can T Teach United States History Without American Indians

Author: Susan Sleeper-Smith
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469621215
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See Krauthamer, Black Slaves, Indian Masters; Peterson, “Unusual Sympathies:
Settler Imperialism, Slavery, and the Politics of Adoption in the Early U.S.
Republic,” (Ph.D. diss., New York University, 2011); and Peterson, “Domestic
Fronts in the Era of 1812: Slavery, Expansion, and Familial Struggles for
Sovereignty in the Early NineteenthCentury Choctaw South,” in Warring for
America: 1808–1813, ed. Nicole Eustace, Robert Parkinson, and Fredrika Teute (
Chapel Hill: University of ...

Journal Of The Civil War Era

Author: William A. Blair
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469616009
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At the homes of the Choctaw Pitchlynn family, enslaved people talked back to
their masters, ran away, and, in at least one case, murdered their oppressors. In
the last third of her work, Krauthamer focuses on the lives of people of African
descent during and after emancipation and convincingly demonstrates that
slavery's end brought forth one of the greatest challenges to the sovereignty of
nations in Indian Territory. Throughout the first half of the nineteenth century,
Choctaw and ...

Tom Amca N N Kul Besi

Author: Harriet Beecher Stowe
Publisher: Can Yayınları
ISBN: 9750727061
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Tom Amca’nın Kulübesi hem dünya edebiyatının klasiklerinden biridir, hem de yarattığı toplumsal ve siyasi fırtınalarla ABD tarihine damgasını vurmuş bir romandır.

The American West

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It is estimated that between four and five thousand black slaves were brought into
the Indian Territory between 1830 and 1848 when the last remnants of the slave-
owning tribes were relocated there. Even up to the advent of the Civil War,
Indians continued to import black slaves to clear land and perform other services.
The relationship between Indian masters and black slaves differed sharply from
traditional master-slave relationships in the deep South. For example, the Creeks
, who ...

The Indian Historian

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So by the time of the Civil War Black slavery was a viable institution within the
Five Civilized Tribes. This proved to be the determining factor concerning their
sentiments toward the Confederacy. What originated as an attempt to pacify their
White Southern neighbors later emerged as a way of life for the Civilized Tribes. It
also proved to be a major shortcoming, once the Confederacy lost the war. It is
tempting to present a benevolent relationship between Indian masters and Black
slaves ...

Panhandle Plains Historical Review

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Many blacks who fled north in search of freedom in Kansas, as well as those who
had been forced south of the border of Texas, faced the decision of whether to
return to their former home regions in Indian Territory. Sarah Wilson, an ex-slave
who had been held in Texas, recalled her master was furious when the news
came to free the slaves. Once freed, the Wilson family traveled on foot and by
boat and wagon in their quest to return to Indian Territory. She recalled they were
"skin ...