Slavery in America: A Primary Source History of the Intolerable Practice of Slavery
This important book tells young readers of the shameful history of slavery in America. Through primary sources, it teaches about the beginnings of slavery, including why servants were deemed necessary, and the economic realities of the need for inexpensive labor, especially in the agrarian South.
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Introduction A Shameful Part of History
The Lives of Slaves
The End of Slavery
Primary Source Transcriptions
Primary Source Image List
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