African Slavery in Latin America and the Caribbeanby Klein, Herbert S.; Vinson, Ben
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Herbert S. Klein is Director of the Center for Latin American Studies, Professor of History, and Hoover Senior Fellow at Stanford University and Gouverneur Morris Emeritus Professor at Columbia University. Ben Vinson III is Director of the Center for Africana Studies and Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition||p. vii|
|Preface to the First Edition||p. ix|
|Origins of the American Slave System||p. 3|
|The Establishment of African Slavery in Latin America in the 16th Century||p. 17|
|Sugar and Slavery in the Caribbean in the 17th and 18th Centuries||p. 49|
|Slavery in Portuguese and Spanish America in the 18th Century||p. 65|
|Slavery and the Plantation Economy in the Caribbean in the 19th Century||p. 85|
|Slavery and the Plantation Economy in Brazil and the Guyanas in the 19th Century||p. 101|
|Life, Death, and the Family in Afro-American Slave Societies||p. 119|
|Creation of a Slave Community and Afro-American Culture||p. 135|
|Slave Resistance and Rebellion||p. 165|
|Freedmen in a Slave Society||p. 193|
|Transition from Slavery to Freedom||p. 227|
|Bibliographical Notes||p. 247|
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