Strategies for survival : recollections of bondage in Antebellum Virginia /
Strategies for Survival conveys the experience of bondage through the words of former slaves themselves. The interviews -- conducted in Virginia in 1937 by WPA interviewers -- are considered among the most valuable of the WPA interviews because in Virginia the interviewers were almost all African Am...
|Published:||Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2009.|
|Series:||Carter G. Woodson Institute series.
|Online Access:||http://ezproxy.prin.edu:2048/login?url=https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/principiacollege/detail.action?docID=3443949 |
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- pt. I. Alleviations
- Good mistresses and masters
- Mixed-race ancestry and long-term relationships
- Cities and industry
- pt. II. Offenses
- Family disruption
- Physical abuse
- pt. III. Responses
- The Black community
- pt. IV. Retrospect
- Oppression and self-determination.