• Neither More Nor Less Than Men: Slavery in Georgia

Neither More Nor Less Than Men – Slavery in Georgia

$40.00

Edited by MILLS LANE
hardcover
0-88322-016-4

(Book Three) Firsthand descriptions of slavery, from the words of fugitive slaves to plantation manuals on slave management.
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  • xlix + 248 pages, frontispiece

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Slavery was a complex institution that existed in many different places, at many different times. There will never be a final and complete portrait. The present volume collects some thirty documents, or groups of documents, that present the Southern “plantation ideal” recorded in manuals of slave management and pro-slavery tracts, several visitors to the coastal Georgia estates of the great planter James Hamilton Couper, the plain realities of less glamorous plantations revealed in letters from overseers and the dark side of slavery in the words of fugitive slaves.

Book Three in the Documentary History of Georgia series.

Neither More Nor Less Than Men, Slavery in Georgia, documentary history, Georgia, slavery, slave life, Mills Lane, letters, journals, Georgia history, Southern history, American history, African-American history, plantations, plantation life, planters, masters, slaves, blacks, whites, slave management, overseers, fugitive slaves, recollections, pro-slavery propaganda, abolitionists, Frederick Law Olmsted, travellers, history, slave auctions, John Brown, Fanny Kemble, Frances Anne Kemble, Emily Burke, Basil Hall, John Wesley, George Whitefield, Eli Whitney, cotton, cotton gin, rice, rice cultivation, slave traders, emancipation, Civil War, slave codes, An Inside View of Slavery, C.G. Parsons, underground railroad, Negro, Negroes, James Silk Buckingham, William Lloyd Garrison, Liberator, pro-slavery tracts, James Hamilton Couper, Sir Charles Lyell, Argyle Island, William Grimes, Oliver Sturges, Moses Roper, Charles Ball, Lewis W. Paine, Philo Tower, Pierce Butler, Panic of 1857, Georgia Historical Society

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