Slave Codes were sets of laws during the colonial period and/or in individual states after the American Revolution, which defined the status of slaves and the ...
Slaves did not accept their fate without protest. Many instances of rebellion were known to Americans, even in colonial times. These rebellions were not confined ...
Slave life varied greatly depending on many factors. Life on the fields meant working sunup to sundown six days a week and having food sometimes not suitable ...
The status of blacks in Virginia slowly changed over the last half of the 17th century. The black indentured servant, with his hope of freedom, was increasingly ...
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CODIFICATION OF THE STATUTE LAW OF GEORGIA,. INCLUDING THE ENGLISH STATUTES OF FORCE: IN FOUR PARTS. TO WHICH IS PREFIXED