New England bound : slavery and colonization in early America / Wendy Warren.
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- ISBN: 9780871406729
- ISBN: 0871406721
- Physical Description: xi, 345 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Liveright Publishing Corporation, .
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-325) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction: the cause of her grief -- Part I. A world that does wrong -- The unthinking decision -- The key of the Indies -- Unplanting and replanting -- Part II. Lord, make it likely that of New England -- Visible slaves -- Intimate slavery -- Law of the land -- Part III. Backing into modernity -- The selling of Adam -- Epilogue: a thousand such fellows.
"Based on new evidence, Warren links the growth of the northern colonies to the Atlantic slave trade, demonstrating how New England's economy derived its vitality from the profusion of slave-trading ships coursing through its ports. Warren documents how Indians were systematically sold into slavery in the West Indies and reveals how colonial families like the Winthrops were motivated not only by religious freedom but also by their slave-trading investments. New England Bound punctures the myth of a shining 'City on a Hill, ' forcefully demonstrating that the history of American slavery can no longer confine itself to the nineteenth-century South."--Publisher information.
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