Table of contents for Closer to freedom : enslaved women and everyday resistance in the plantation South / Stephanie M.H. Camp.


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 Acknowledgments 00
 List of Illustrations 00
 Introduction 1
 Chapter 1. A Geography of Containment: The Bondage of Space and
 Time 00
 Chapter 2. I Could Not Stay There: Women, Men, and Truancy 000
 Chapter 3. The Intoxication of Pleasurable Amusement: Secret
 Parties and the Politics of the Body 000
 Chapter 4. Amalgamation Prints Stuck Up in Her Cabin: Print
 Culture, the Home, and the Roots of Resistance 000
 Chapter 5. To Get Closer to Freedom: Gender, Movement, and
 Freedom during the Civil War 000
 Postscript 000
 Notes 000
 Bibliography 000
 Index 000
 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women slaves Southern States Social conditions 19th century, Slaves Southern States Social conditions 19th century, Passive resistance Southern States History 19th century, Sex role Southern States History 19th century, Plantation life Southern States History 19th century, Freedom of movement Southern States History 19th century, Landscape Social aspects Southern States History 19th century, Human geography Southern States History 19th century, Slavery Southern States History 19th century, Southern States Race relations