Table of contents for Slavery in America / Dorothy Schneider and Carl J. Schneider.

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<pstyle:TOC>1. The West Coast of Africa: 14411866
<pstyle:TOC>2. The Middle Passage: 15001866
<pstyle:TOC>3. Americans in the Slave Trade: 15261865
<pstyle:TOC>4. Slave Life: 16191865
<pstyle:TOC>5. Slave Work: 16191865
<pstyle:TOC>6. Runaways: 16191865
<pstyle:TOC>7. Canada, Other Refuges, and the Colonization/Emigration Movement: 15011877
<pstyle:TOC>8. Rebels: 15261865
<pstyle:TOC>9. Indians as Slaves, as Friends and Enemies of Black Slaves, and as Slaveholders: 15291877
<pstyle:TOC>10. The Argument over Slavery: 16371877
<pstyle:TOC>11. Black Soldiers in Americas Wars: 16351877
<pstyle:TOC>12. The End of Slavery: 18611877
<pstyle:TOC>13. Reconstruction: 18651877
<pstyle:TOC>Appendix A: Documents
<pstyle:TOC>Appendix B: Biographies of Major Personalities
<pstyle:TOC>Appendix C: Maps
<pstyle:TOC>Appendix D: Graphs and Tables

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Slavery -- United States -- History.