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About the author: Sterling Stuckey is Professor of History at Northwestern University. His ground-breaking article "Through the Prism of Folklore: The Black Ethos in Slavery," which forms the basis for this study, was first published in the Massachusetts Review in 1968. Stuckey is also editor
of The Ideological Origins of Black Nationalism.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Slavery -- United States.
African Americans -- Race identity -- History -- 19th century.
Pan-Africanism -- History -- 19th century.