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Black Yankees : the development of an Afro-American subculture in eighteenth century New England

William D. Piersen
Books/Monographs
English
Amherst, Massachusetts : University of Massachusetts Press, 1988, c1988
xii, 237 p. : ill., map.
0870235869 alk paper

Notes

[Bibliographical] notes: p. [177]-223.

Includes index.

"This book ... is not so much a history of slavery in the Northeast as it is a historical study of the building of American culture .... "The geographical scope of this study is nominally 'New England,' but areas encompassing the present states of Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire (excluding Rockingham County) receive scant attention because in the 1700s these areas lacked significant black populations. ... the areas of greatest attention--Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts ..."Introd., p. [ix], xi.

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