Slavery

Slavery

Real People and Their Stories of Enslavement

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Penguin Putnam
Slavery is a comprehensive look at the history of an abomination. Words and images reveal the story of slavery around the world and across the centuries, focusing on slavery in the United States in the 1800s. This authoritative, heavily illustrated guide looks at the escalation of the Atlantic slave trade, the African peoples who were targeted, the lives they led as slaves in the American South, the slow growth of worldwide anti-slavery movements, abolition in the United States, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and more. Understand slavery-and how America's slave past has influenced its racial atmosphere today-withSlavery.

Random House, Inc.
Slavery is a comprehensive look at the history of an abomination. Words and images reveal the story of slavery around the world and across the centuries, focusing on slavery in the United States in the 1800s. This authoritative, heavily illustrated guide looks at the escalation of the Atlantic slave trade, the African peoples who were targeted, the lives they led as slaves in the American South, the slow growth of worldwide anti-slavery movements, abolition in the United States, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and more. Understand slavery-and how America's slave past has influenced its racial atmosphere today-withSlavery.

Baker & Taylor
Featuring breathtaking photographs, illustrations, letters, and personal histories, a comprehensive discussion of slavery throughout history examines its lasting impact on societies and people around the world.

DK Publishing
Slavery is a comprehensive look at the history of an abomination. Words and images reveal the story of slavery around the world and across the centuries, focusing on slavery in the United States in the 1800s. This authoritative, heavily illustrated guide looks at the escalation of the Atlantic slave trade, the African peoples who were targeted, the lives they led as slaves in the American South, the slow growth of worldwide anti-slavery movements, abolition in the United States, the Civil War, Reconstruction, and more. Understand slavery-and how America's slave past has influenced its racial atmosphere today-with Slavery.

Baker
& Taylor

Presents a comprehensive history of slavery, discussing its origins in ancient civilizations, introduction into the United States, elimination following the Civil War, and continuing impact on modern society.

Publisher: New York : DK Pub., 2009
ISBN: 9780756651695
0756651697
Branch Call Number: j 306.362 G767s
Characteristics: 191 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 29 cm

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