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index Abolition of slavery. See specific country Abolition of transatlantic slave trade. See speci fic country Adams-Onis Treaty (1819), 36 Africa: Angola, 47; Benin, 70; Congo, 48, 138; Egypt (see Egypt); Ethiopia, xii, 98, 167; Ghana, 158; indentured servants, 145–46; Kenya, 158; Liberia, 73, 98, 99; Libya, 155–56, 160; Mauritania, 154; Mozambique , 48; Nigeria, 155; self-emancipators, 26–27, 135, 154–55, 168; Sierra Leone, 135; slavery, xii, 150, 154, 155; South Africa (see South Africa); South Sudan, 152; Tunisia, 155; veterans, 47–48, 173 African Diaspora, ix, xii, xiv, xv, xvii–xviii, 62, 84, 125, 151 American Historical Review, 181 Anderson, Benedict, 66 Anti-Slavery International, 153 Aponte, José, 47 Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World (Walker), 65, 81–82 Aptheker, Herbert, 11, 76, 77, 168 Arab Revolution (2011), 155, 156, 160 Argentina: abolition of slavery (1853), 84; free womb law, 106; slave soldiers, 44–45, 50 Armitage, Thomas, 2, 3, 17 Asian indentured servitude, 116, 145–46, 190 Bales, Kevin, 153, 154 Baquaqua, Mahommah Gardo, 70 Barbados: self-emancipators, 107; slave revolt, 63–64; sugar production, 129 Bauer, Raymond and Alice, 76 Beckert, Sven, 149 Bennett, Lerone, 11, 168 Berlin, Ira, ix Berry, Mary F., 11 Biassou, Georges, 109, 110 Bibb, Henry (self-liberator), 32–35, 95 Bishop, Maurice, 13 Black Reconstruction (Du Bois), 7, 8 Blackburn, Robin, ix, 8, 150 Blackburn, Thorton and Lucie (self-liberators ), 28, 29 Blanchard, Peter, 53, 113 Blassingame, John, 11 Bleby, Henry, 74–76 Bolívar, Simón, 52, 67, 159 Bolster, Jeffrey, 70 Bonaparte, Napoleon, 143 Bordewich, Fergus, 81 Boyer, Jean Pierre, 67, 69, 70 Branch, Jacob (ex-slave), 24–25 Brazil: abolition of slavery (1888), 5, 55; BRIC, 152; cotton production, 148; free blacks, 104, 105; free womb law, 106; interregional slave trade, 67, 113–14, 142–43, 191; rural proletarians, 134; slave demographics , xii; slave revolt, 63, 64; slave soldiers, 44, 45; slaves today, 153 Britain: abolition of slavery (1833), 54, 60, 71; abolition of transatlantic slave trade (1807), 48, 115, 150, 157; abolitionists in, 91–94, 99; anti-immigration, 199; racial inequality, 94–95, 160; Revolution (1640s–1650s), 7; riots (2011), 111 British West Indies; interregional slave trade, 142; landholding, 135; post-emancipation riots, 12; rural proletarians, 134; slave soldiers , 44, 45, 46, 55; slave women 114–15 Brown, John, 50, 74, 76 Buckingham, James Silk, 60, 62, 66, 76, 83, 84 Burns, Anthony (self-liberator), 30–31, 81 224 index Butler, Benjamin, 77, 108 Butler, Kim, 163–64, 167, 195 Calhoun, John C., 79 Canada: abolition of slavery (1833), 91; antislavery society, 31, 91, 92; black settlements , 36–38, 96; black soldiers, 49, 51; British colony, 91; emigration plan, 95; self-emancipators, 26–29, 91 Carroll, Joseph, 76 Cash crop production: coffee, 128–29, 193; cotton, 116, 129–30, 147–49, 193, 197; rice, 129; sugar, 128–29, 131, 144–46, 193; tobacco, 129, 193; wheat, 129 Castro, Fidel, 159 Carter, Jimmy, x Catlett, Elizabeth, 25 Chavez, Hugo, 159, 199 Children: apprenticeship, 125; family economy , 117–20; freed, xvi, 105–6; self-emancipators , 107–10; sexual violence, 112, 154; slavery today, 153–54 Childs, Matt, 47, 105 Chile: free womb law, 106; slave soldiers, 43, 47 China: BRIC, 152; Revolution (1949), 7; Taiping Rebellion, 53, 165 Christophe, Henri, 58, 65, 67 Clarence-Smith, William Gervase, 150 Clavin, Matt, 65 Clemens, Harriet (self-liberator), 107 Columbia: abolition of slavery (1852), 84; free womb law, 55, 106 Comparative methodology, xi, xiii, xvii, xviii, 17, 103, 127, 133–34, 143, 151, 192 Cooper, Frederick, 167 Creole (ship), 73, 81, 83 Crummell, Alexander, 98, 99 Cuba: abolition of slavery (1886), xi, 5; Aponte ’s revolt, 48; emigrants, 156; free blacks, 104, 105; free womb law, 106, 109; independence , 5, 16; interregional slave trade, 189; landholders, 135–36; post-revolution (1959), 159; racial violence, 12; rural proletarians , 134; slave conspiracy/revolt, 62, 79; slave soldiers, 43, 46; slavery, xii, 144; sugar production, 129; women selfemancipators , 109 Danish West Indies: abolition of slavery (1848), 14, 54, 72, 84, 106; landholding, 131; self-emancipators, 72, 180; sexual abuse, 111–12; sugar production, 129, 131 Davis, David Brion, 14 De Bow’s Review, 78 Deep Nine (ship), 68–69 Delany, Martin Robison, 32, 65 Deslondes, Charles, 63, 77 Dessalines, Jean Jacques, 12, 63, 67, 69 Donoghue, Eddie, 111 Douglass, Frederick (self-liberator), 49, 50, 65, 74, 76, 80, 81, 88, 89, 93, 94, 99 Drescher, Seymour, ix, 14 Dunbar, Lawrence, 78 Dubois, Laurent, 8 Du Bois, W. E. B...

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9780807154724
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9780807154717
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878130616
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272
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2014-04-24
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English
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