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ISBN: 0822941848
Author: Thomas C. Holt,Frederick Cooper,Aims Mcguinness,Rebecca J. Scott
Language: English
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press; 1 edition (July 28, 2002)
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Scott, Rebecca . Thomas C. Holt, Frederick Cooper, and Aims McGuinness, eds. Societies after Slavery: A Select Annotated Bibliography of Printed Sources on Cuba, Brazil, British Colonial Africa, South Africa, and the British West Indies

Scott, Rebecca . Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002.

Brief Treatise on the Rivers of Guinea; being an English translation of a variorum text of Tratado breve dos rios de Guiné (. 594) organised by the late Avelino Teixeira da Mota, together with incomplete annotation; translation, a brief introduction and notes on chapters 13-19 by . Hair, and notes on chapters 1-6 by Jean Boulègue.

Societies after Slavery: A Select Annotated Bibliography of Printed Sources on the British West Indies, British Colonial Africa, South Africa, Cuba, and Brazil. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002 (with Rebecca Scott, Thomas Holt, and Aims McGuiness). Lessons of Empire: Imperial Histories and American Power. New York: New Press, 2006 (with Craig Calhoun and Kevin Moore).

Societies Frederick Cooper, Thomas C. Holt, and Rebecca J. Scott.

Beyond Slavery: Explorations of Race, Labor, and Citizenship in Postemancipation Societies Frederick Cooper, Thomas C. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press.

Thus, colonial South Africa was from the very start a society structured along racial lines, in which black people . Since slaves were kept in a state of slavery against their will, the slave owners and the VOC needed a system of laws to ensure that slaves were kept in their subordinate position.

Thus, colonial South Africa was from the very start a society structured along racial lines, in which black people occupied a subordinate position. Slavery was fully supported by the Roman-Dutch legal system that the VOC brought to the Cape. In terms of Roman-Dutch law, slaves were defined, first and foremost, as property.

Series: Pitt Latin American Series (2002).

One of the massive transformations that took place in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was the movement of millions of people from the status of slaves to that of legally free men, women, and children. Societies after Slavery provides thousands of entries and rich scholarly annotations, making it the definitive resource for scholars and students engaged in research on postemancipation societies in the Americas and Africa.

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